California Health and Safety Code Section 114325




(a) Except on a mobile food facility that only utilizes the water for handwashing purposes, a water heater or an instantaneous heater capable of heating water to a minimum of 120°F, interconnected with a potable water supply, shall be provided and shall operate independently of the vehicle engine.  On a mobile food facility that only utilizes the water for handwashing purposes, a water heater or an instantaneous water heater capable of heating water to a minimum of 100°F, interconnected with a potable water supply, shall be provided and shall operate independently of the vehicle engine.

(b)(1) Except as specified in paragraph (2), a water heater with a minimum capacity of three gallons shall be provided for mobile food facilities.

(2) A minimum water heater capacity of one-half gallon shall be provided for mobile food facilities approved for limited food preparation.


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