Takagi T-H3-DV Indoor Tankless Water Heater, Propane, 199KBTU
Brand: Takagi
Part#: T-H3-DV-LP
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  • Durable Heat Exchanger:
  • – Primary Heat Exchanger is constructed of HRS35 Commercial-Grade Copper
    – Secondary Heat Exchanger is made of Type 316L Stainless Steel
  • Easy-Link Up to 4 Units:
  • – With no additional parts or accessories needed
  • Safety:
  • – Air-Fuel Ratio (AFR) Sensor
    – Exhaust & Water Temperature Safety Control
    – Overheat Cut-Off Fuse
  • Power Direct Vent Design:
  • – Exhaust, 3" PVC Venting up to 70 Feet or 4" PVC Venting up to 100 Feet
    – Provides flexible venting with PVC, CPVC, or ABS Pipe for Intake and Exhaust (solid core only).
    – Canadian Installations Require ULCS636 Listed PVC or CPVC Pipe for Venting.
    – Category IV Stainless Steel venting can also be used

Features:
  • Ultra-Low NOx Condensing Technology
  • Continuous Maximum Flow Rates Up to 10.0 GPM
  • Easy-Link Up to 4 Units
  • Energy Star Qualified
  • Can be used in both Residential and Commercial applications
  • Electroni Ignition - No Pilot Light
  • Internal Freeze-Protection System
  • Includes a Built in Temperature Controller and Advanced Diagnostic to Simplify Troubleshooting
  • Factory-Installed Power Cord
  • Multi-Link Up to 20 Units
  • Complies With Lead Free Standards
  • Internal Freeze Protection System
 
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Technical Specifications:
  • LPG Input Min. 13,000BTU/h Max. 199,000BTU/h
  • Gas Connection 3/4" NPT
  • Water Connection 3/4" NPT
  • LP Gas Pressure Inlet Min. 8.0"WC Max. 14.0"WC
  • Weight 59 lbs
  • Dimensions 22.4" x 17.7" x 10.7"
  • Ignition Electronic Ignition
  • Electrical Supply AC 120V (60 Hz)
  • Water Pressure Min. 15psi Max. 150psi
  • T-H3DV Manifold Pressure Natural: 2.95" WC
  • Propane: 3.3" WC.
 
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Great water heater
I did a bunch of research and landed on this model. Installed 2 weeks ago. Fairly simple install (after a lot of work to move my plumbing). Biggest note: if your gas is plumbed for a standard tanked waterheater, it's likely not big enough in diameter. I took a chance with mine (it's only 1/2" pipe for last 10 ft, and 3/4 for a pretty long run). It's summer, with 85 inlet water so heating up is fine now... however, I can see that flow doesn't meet spec. In the winter there's no way the fire will be hot enough so I'm going to have to run a new gas line once the attic cools down.
By Verified Buyer (from Austin, TX) on 06/23/2016

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