T-H3-OV-N Outdoor Tankless High Efficiency Condensing Water Heater (NG) Zoom

T-H3-OV-N Outdoor Tankless High Efficiency Condensing Water Heater (NG)

SKU:T-H3-OV-N

Brand: Takagi

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T-H3-OV-N has been discontinued.
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SKU: T-H3-OS-N
Brand: Takagi
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Specs

Energy Factor: 0.95
Inlet Gas Pressure: 5.0-10.5"W.C.
Max Flow (GPM): 6.6
BTU (Max): 199000
BTU (Min): 15000
Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Vent Type: Direct Exhaust
Application: 2-4 Showers

Description for Takagi T-H3-OV-N

  • Ultra-Low NOx Condensing Technology Provides
  • Significant Energy Cost Savings - Unprecedented 0.95 Energy Factor
  • ENERGY STARĀ® Qualified
  • Durable HRS35 Commercial-Grade Copper Primary Heat Exchanger
  • Type 316L Stainless Steel Secondary Heat Exchanger
  • Electronic Ignition - No Pilot Light
  • Indoor Model has Built-in Temperature Controller and Diagnostics
  • Outdoor Model has Temperature Controller and Diagnostics Included
  • Factory-Installed Power Cord Included for Indoor Models
  • Complies with Lead Free Standards
  • Suitable for Commercial Application (T-H3 Models)
  • Easy-Link up to 4 Units with no Additional Parts or Accessories Needed (T-H3 Models)
  • Multi-Link up to 20 Units (T-H3 models only)
  • Internal Freeze Protection System
  • Power Direct Vent Design Provides Flexible
  • Venting with PVC, CPVC or ABS Intake and
  • Exhaust (solid core only)

  • T-H3-OV-N Outdoor Tankless High Efficiency Condensing Water Heater (NG)

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      what is meant by "outdoor model" ? what is the difference between outdoor and indoor? which is suitable for installation in a basement, vented to the outside?
      Asked on 11/13/2012 by kelargo from United States

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        Outdoor models are actually installed outside and should only be used in warm, temperate climates. You should use an indoor model if you plan to install in a basement.

        Answered on 11/20/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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