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 489.
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 3 out of 5 by crawl312 from More difficult than it should be The hose size changed from the previous model to the current one (3/8 to 1/4) which was not mentioned when I ordered on the phone. I would not have bought the filtered one had I known bc the attachment to the cold water line required by the filter necessitated buying an adapter at the hardware store. The instructions are geared toward the non filter units so it did not say to turn off the cold water which caused me to flood the kitchen before getting it turned off. Rookie mistake, but I fix most things in the house and this was not in the instructions although they did say to turn off the hot water supply.. I called the support line twice to get help with the adapter needed in converting hose size from the old to the new and each time the help line was absolutely useless telling me to call a plumber which I finally did. The enclosed hose was very short so I had to also buy a new one.
Date published: 2017-05-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sandycu1 from Great customer service; terrible product I've had 5 of these in the last 8 years. The product only lasts 12-24 months then dies. There is a warranty but you can only get so many replacement tanks before you have to purchase another one.
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by DAS10 from Not long lasting My tank only lasted 4 years. Has been leaking for over a year. I would expect a "stainless steel" product to have lasted longer than 4 years. Not only do I have to purchase a new "stainless steel" tank, but since they changed the tube size I have to purchase new filters. Not happy!
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hal5129 from Replaced 6 year old one easily Previous InSinkErator lasted only 6 years, which is disappointing. I hope this one lasts at least 10 years.
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by StephenM from This product is great and works well. Love this product. Works well and is easy to use. The water gets hot immediately.
Date published: 2017-05-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by Chris50 from At best this product is convenient to use. This is my third on demand hot water dispenser. Should have learned my lesson with the first one. Be prepared to replace after 5 years or be prepared to find a kitchen cabinet full of water or worse. First 2 leaked within the 5 to 6 year period. New one only has 1/4 feed while the first 2 had 3/8 feed and better flow. New prefilter much longer and takes up more room in sink cabinet.than the first 2. I doubt that the clear nylon hose from the heater to the expansion tank has been insulated to keep from splitting. This is an issue because the hose is in direct contact with the heater tank and over a period time the hose hardens and splits because of heat. When tank heats up , the water going to the small expansion tank leaks out the crack in the hose. Again I'm not sure if a heat shield has been added but i doubt it. I did notice the new heater has no drain on the tank so I have to assume that was an issue in the past. Overall it's very convenient to use but it's a very expensive ($400) tea kettle whith a very short life expectancy. ,
Date published: 2017-05-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by Empty2016 from This product lived up to its promises. The water is very hot and immediate. We really like the convenience of the instant hot water. The only thing that I would add is you need to run a gallon or so through after installation. This to filter out any of the manufacturing tastes.
Date published: 2017-05-02
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: 2017-03-27
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
why is it sputtering?
hot water is hot but it spits and sputters
This is normal operation. I believe it is from the pressure build up in the system. You will also notice that it drip and sputters periodically even when not in use.
Date published: 2015-01-17
HWT-F1000S Is there enough clearance from under-sink back of cabinet?
This unit will replace an old one with a stiff pipe extending thru the hole in granite toe (4" from backsplash). Old unit is <3" deep. New uit is 6". Is the pipe from unit to flexible?
Date published: 2014-08-16