Takagi T-H3-DV-N Condensing | Review
A good hot water heater can provide you with so much supply that you never need to wait around before taking a shower or bath, even if someone else in your family just showered. The Takagi T-H3-DV-N Condensing High-Efficiency ( Check price on Amazon ) is a solid tankless hot water heater that provides you with a good amount of supply in a limited amount of time.
This brand has a 10 gallon per minute flow rating and works in most climates. It doesn’t take up much space and comes with instructions for installing the device yourself.
- Features a condensing system that actually reuses some of the hot water that cycles through rather than release that in the form of steam
- Has a small digital screen that is bright enough for seeing the temperature when not directly in front of the machine
- Provides enough supply for up to four bathrooms or points of entry in homes in warmer climates
- Can provide hot water for three points of entry in cooler climates
- Works with gas heating systems and has a BTU output of 199,000
- Has a temperature range that you can set between 100 and 185 degrees Fahrenheit
- Helps you qualify for certain tax rebates as well as rebates from your gas company
- Will not work well in areas where temperatures drop below freezing
- Based on the temperature outside, the gallon per minute flow rating may be much slower than you would like
- Weighs just 59 pounds
- Designed for indoor use and installation only
- Uses 120 volts and will work with the existing natural gas system in your home
- Measures 11.2 inches by 17.8 inches by 24.9 inches
- Has a maximum flow rate of 10 gallons per minute
- Features a temperature range of 85 degrees
- Energy Star rated for a high energy efficiency rating that cuts down on your average heating bills
- Is an ultra-low emissions device that will meet the regulations for emissions in your city or state
- Includes all the ports necessary for connecting the machine to your venting system
- Has a compact design that helps you save on the space you would otherwise waste
It does work great for those in warmer climates and gets our nod for those who need a water heater in the spring or summer.