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- ItemGas Tankless Water Heater
- Gas Connection (In.)3/4 MNPT
- Gas TypeNG
- Input (BTU)199,000
- Ignition TypeDirect Electronic
- Energy Factor0.82
- Depth (In.)9.9
- Width (In.)14.0
- Height (In.)22.9
- Water Connection (In.)3/4 MNPT
- GPM @ 45F Rise7.4
- GPM @ 90F Rise3.7
- Manufacturers Warranty LengthHeat Exchanger, 12 Years For Resisdential And 5 Years For Commercial and Hydronic Applications, (10 Years If Used With The Rinnai Hydronic Furnace) All Other Parts 5 Years, Labor 1 Year; (3 Years If Used As A Circulating Water Heater Within A Circulationloop, When The Water Heater Is In Series With A Circulation System And All Circulating Water Flows Through The Water Heater)
- StandardsANS Z21.10.3-2004/CSA 4.3-2010
- IncludesIsolation Valves, Controller and Wall Bracket
Compliance and Restrictions
This product has been certified by a third party to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).
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This is a good unit however, the amount of water being used at one time would dictate if it would be large enough. You would be defeating your purpose if you used a storage tank, you could use multiple units if you need more water.
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