Takagi, as the first tankless “water heater only” company to enter the North American market and over half a century in Japan, has earned the reputation for developing superior tankless products.
Takagi produces some of the most highly efficient tankless water heaters in the industry. In fact, Takagi was the first company to offer a tankless product (the T-H1) with an amazing thermal efficiency rating of up 92%(NG) and 95%(LP).
Their direct vent model, the T-K3, lets you to hook up to four units without the need for an additional control unit.Takagi’s commercial tankless water heaters utilize true commercial-grade materials to withstand true heavy-duty conditions. Their heaters are built tough so your home, hotel, school, or restaurant always has hot water.When thinking about product safety, consider the following:Consistently safe temperature:
All heaters are factory set at 122 degrees F, a safe temperature with computer controlled precision.
All Takagi water heaters use venting that seals the exhaust from the top of the unit through the exterior.
Takagi uses smart safety and monitoring devices to ensure that the system is working flawlessly. Takagi heaters have no pilot light to ignite flammable vapors and no heavy tank to fall over in an earthquake as can happen with tank type heaters.
- Takagi Tankless Products Are Green Friendly
- 82% – 95% Energy Efficient.
- Use Less Energy – 20% – 50% Energy Savings.
- Takagi Meets The Low NOx Standards By South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD).
- Takagi Tankless Heaters Are Made from 95%+ Recyclable Materials.
Tankless Hot Water Pumps
All tankless water heaters require more time for the hot water to reach the fixture than with tank type storage water heaters. This is because in order to heat the water to full temperature it must pass completely through the heat exchanger. That takes time. Some tankless units take up to 20 seconds longer to produce hot water at the fixture!
As long as you’ve decided to go with a Bosch tankless water heater, whether you are in search of high energy efficiency or unlimited hot water, you might as well maximize the convenience factor for yourself, and make your hot water system “water efficient” as well as energy efficient.
A typical family of four can save up to 14,000 gallons of water per year by using a demand system pump with their tankless water heater. The longer your pipes the longer your wait and the more water you run down the drain.
The demand pump eliminates the waste and speeds up the delivery of hot water adding convenience to your life.
Make your water system efficient
The Chilipepper hot water demand pump is powerful enough to run any tankless water heater. For a comparison of the most popular tankless water heaters visit this page: Comparing Takagi, Bosch, Rinnai, & Noritz You can find the minimum flow rate for a number of models there.
By combining the two systems, Takagi and Chilipepper, you will maximize both your energy savings and your water savings making your hot water plumbing system the greenest system available.