The redesigned stainless steel hot water tank (HWT-F1000S), which includes the new water filtration system (F-1000S), will feature a new high-end appearance. It is re-engineered for longer life and improved performance with a 2/3-gallon capacity tank, tool-free connections to ease installation, and dry-start protection for peace of mind. This tank provides up to 60 cups of near-boiling, filtered water per hour.
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- Includes hot water tank and F-1000S Filtration System (Head Bracket, F-1000 Replacement Filter, Two Polyethylene Tubes, Quick-Connect Fitting, Two Mounting, Screws, 1/4” Compression Fittings)
- Hot water tank with stainless-steel construction for longer life (UL Certified)
- Easy-to-adjust temperature control (Adjustable from 160 – 210 ° F)
- Compact 2/3-gallon holding capacity
- Provides up to 60 cups/hour of near-boiling, filtered water
- Designed for use with all InSinkErator water dispensers (except model Hot1)
- 115 volts, 750 watts, 6.25 amps
- We Come To You® 3-Year In-Home Limited Warranty on tank; 1-Year on filtration system (Excludes replacement filter cartridges)
- F-1000 filter reduces particulates, chlorine taste and odor (NSF 42 Certified)
- Recommended 6 months filter replacement for optimal performance
- Filter bracket head compatible with only F-1000 and F-2000 replacement filters
- MFG Model # : HWT-F1000S
|Capacity||2/3 gallon stainless steel tank dispenses 60 cups of 200˚F water per hour|
|Filtration||Reduces particulates, chlorine taste and odor for clean, refreshing taste; Sanitary, quick-change filter cartridge makes replacement easy|
|Electrical||115 volts, A.C., 750 watts, 6.25 amp heating element with grounded three (3) prong plug|
|Thermostat||Snap-action, adjustable from 160˚F to 210˚F(factory pre-set at 200˚F)|
|Weight||approx 7.7 lbs|
Installation Care and Use Manual
Reviews / Q&A
InSinkErator Hot Water Tank and Filtration System is rated out of 5 by 509.
Rated 2 out of 5 by NHorow from The 149.00 leak I am quite handy and when my unit leaked all over the inside of my cabinet I called the company and was told that my unit was manufactured in 2008 and I was out of warranty. I went ahead and opened the unit and found that a simple rubber hose that brings hot water from the tank to the outtake valve was split and called the company back to order a part that shouldn't cost more than a few dollars. I was told that I needed a whole new unit which they offered at a discount. I can't believe I needed to buy an entire unit for an 8" rubber hose. That is NOT what I call customer service.
Date published: 2014-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by helmuthf from Great source of instant hot water Easy to install and operate. The previous unit lasted for about six years
Date published: 2017-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mkerp from Great product Love having instant hot water right at the sink. It took a very long time to get hot water at our kitchen sink before we installed this. Such a great product.
Date published: 2017-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by okhandy from Good preformance, fairly easy to install. Overall very satisfied. Copper supply line needs to be longer. This would have saved me a trip to the hardware store.
Date published: 2017-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by SeniorMike from A great improvement in this type of product This product is light years ahead of our previous instant hot by Franke. The biggest improvement is that it has a stainless steel tank that hopefully will not rust out as our three previous Franke's did. This unit also is more compact and more attractive.
Date published: 2017-08-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by Asuss from Not hot enough I purchased and installed my first unit about two weeks ago. Faucet looks nice and easy to install. Problem was that water temperature never gets better than about 180. The unit is advertised as putting out 200 degree water. I called customer service and they sent a replacement unit. This unit again stays about 180 with the dial at the MAX setting. It's a little disappointing. Can make tea, but really, the water is just not hot enough for coffee brewing. I'm disappointed. Trying to find a better product.
Date published: 2017-07-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by jbinkc from Shouldn't have to replace every 3 to 4 years This is a replacement of an earlier unit which leaked under my sink and rotted the wood. It was a slow leak, so I didn't catch it in time. I never thought that a stainless hot water dispenser would fail at the plumbing connections at the top of the tank, which it did. Just for the heck of it, I took the old tank apart (not difficult, most of the screws were rusted), just to see what it looked like. the heating coil had lime deposits, but could easily be cleaned. However, the connections out of the top could not be tightened, and I noticed leakage when the unit was heating. As for this replacement tank, just like its predecessor, it's vent tube is too short. I had to raise the tank, which obstructed part of my electrical outlet. Extra length would have been helpful.
Date published: 2017-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cla45 from A must have in every home I have had an Insinkerator hot water system in all of my homes since the early 1980's and have become accustom to instant boiling water at my finger tips. This is a great product.
Date published: 2017-07-16
Where is the serial number on the HWT insinkerator
On the back of the unit
Date published: 2017-09-02
Will this tank work with the Ready Hot RH-F560-CH Dual Lever Faucet for Hot and Cold Water?
Want to replace tank but don't want to purchase a new faucet.
I haven't found one other manufacturer of dispenser faucets compatible with Insinkerator
Date published: 2017-05-27
Is the HWT-F1000S compatible with Delta beverage faucets? We currently have the 1914t and we need to get a new tank. Please advise. Tx
Date published: 2017-08-15
I'm replacing a SST-FLTR ISE Hot water tank w/f - 201 Filtration L/Dispenser. Can I re-use the same hook up hoses?
Hi jsimari, This is Belle from InSinkErator Customer Service. The three tubes that are connected on top of the SST FLTR tank are part of your hot water faucet assembly. If you are replacing the SST FLTR with the HWT-F1000S, and you will be using your existing faucet assembly, same tubes will be used. The F201 filter system that comes with the SST-FLTR uses an incoming supply line that is 3/8 inch tube. This is attached to a 3/8 inch incoming supply valve. The F1000S filter system that comes with the HWT-F1000S uses a 1/4 inch suppply tube and requires a 1/4 inch supply valve. If you will be replacing the F201 with the F1000S under this condition, you would need to either change the incoming water valve to a 1/4 inch valve or use a reducer to take it from 3/8 inch to 1/4 inch. If you will replace the tank assembly only, and you will use your existing F201R filter system and your existing faucet assembly, you do not have to change anything. If you have any other questions, you may contact the Answerline at 1-800-558-5700. Thanks.
Date published: 2014-07-05
do I need to pipe in hot and cold water or just cold only?
It's a HOT WATER SYSTEM - cold only needed
Date published: 2016-11-12