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Takagi T-H3J-DV-NG Indoor Tankless Water Heater 160,000 BTU Natural Gas

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Takagi T-H3J-DV-NG Indoor Tankless Water Heater 160,000 BTU Natural Gas

T-H3J-DV-NG Takagi Indoor Tankless Water Heater 160,000 BTU Natural Gas 
The T-H3J is a high efficient, condensing tankless water heater perfect for residential applications. With gas inputs of 160,000 BTU, the T-H3J can produce enough hot water for two bathrooms in warmer climates or 1.5 baths in colder climates. 
  • Maximum flow rate of 6.6 GPM at 35°F temperature rise (4.3 GPM at 70°F rise)
  • Energy Factor of 0.95 for NG and LPG
  • Primary heat exchanger utilizes HRS35 commercial-grade copper alloy for 25 times better heat transfer than stainless steel
  • Secondary heat exchanger utilizes 316L stainless steel for better corrosion resistance
  • ENERGY STAR qualified
  • Complies with Ultra-Low NOx regulations of less than 14 ng/J (<20ppm)
  • Indoor model has integrated controls and power cord as standard features
  • Venting with Schedule 40 PVC, CPVC, PP, Category III stainless steel
  • Safety features include freeze, overheat, surge protection, and troubleshooting diagnostic codes
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      TAKT-H3J-DV-NG Reviews - Submit a Review
      5 Based on 1 Reviews
      100% of Customers Would Recommend this Product to a Friend

      Household Tankless 2.0
      We have had a tankless water heater since 2006, and this Takagi unit was purchased to replace a Rheem RTG-74DVN that was used up until the morning it was replaced, however, that had been intermittently failing with the dreaded Fault 76 keypad communication fault. However, we are spoiled by having the endless hot water that a tankless unit provides, especially when you have adolescent children that love taking long showers.After a great deal of research, I settled on Takagi for a number of reasons. First, I found that a number of different water heater brands, such as AO Smith, are private labels of the Takagi unit. Second, Takagi is very upfront on their website with parts listings and troubleshooting documents, things that were hard to come by from Rheem. Third was value, the Takagi units price well versus the other brands. Faucet Depot was wonderful to deal with, as I found a competitor's price (with discount code) to beat Faucet Depot's price, and I submitted that link to them. Within a day, they replied with a firm quote that beat the competitor's price, so I placed the order with Faucet Depot, & the unit arrived within about a week's time. I have given five stars because of the excellent initial quality of the unit, however, I am in this for the long haul, so it will be interesting to see if Takagi can better the eleven years of trouble free service that the Rheem unit gave us before it began to hiccup.The DIY installation was straightforward, as I reused the (now an overkill) stainless exhaust piping from the old unit. New mounting holes into the basement block wall were needed, as the mounting layout on the new unit was different. Minor modifications to my gas line were necessary, as were new piping to the hot and cold water lines to accommodate the different layouts of the new Takagi unit from that of the old Rheem unit. There is also a condensate line that needs to be run from the unit to your floor drain.So far so good, we like our new Takagi unit.

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      Recommend to a Friend? Yes
      Submitted by Pittsburgh Tankless Family in Pittsburgh, PA on 2017-03-05

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