Condensing Tankless Explained

    Navian Condensing Tankless Water Heater To help explain “condensing technology” for a tankless water heater imagine the condensation that forms on the outside surface of a glass of ice water. This condensation is purposely created inside Navien’s condensing heat exchanger (thats the secondary heat exchanger) from the incoming cold water. This cold water works to cool the hot gases inside the unit increasing its...

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    Navien Venting

    Navian Venting Navian Tankless water heaters have a significant advantage in their venting requirements. For the Navian system to meet code it only need to be vented with conventional PVC piping. This results in a significant cost savings for the consumer or Navian tankless owner. The required pipe can be purchased at your local Home Depot or hardware store. In addition if you purchase the system from a certified installer or dealer...

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    Navien Condensing Tankless 98%

    Navien Condensing Tankless 98% Navian tankless water heaters are rated at up to 98% efficiency; this is achieved through a process called condensing. This is the highest rated condensing tankless available on the market today. As a result if the Navian’s high efficiency an average house can expect to save about 40$ additional over a conventional non condensing tankless Water heater. Compare it to a conventional tank type water heater...

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    Condensing verses Non-Condensing Tankless

    Condensing verses Non-Condensing Tankless water heaters come in two different efficiency ratings, condensing and non condensing (or min-efficiency and high-efficiency). A condensing unit will recover more than 85% of waisted heat that would normally be vented as exhaust.  This is accomplished through the use on an additional heat exchanger where incoming water is pre-warmed with the exhaust heat.  Condensing Tankless Navien or...

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    Renting a Tankless Water Heater

    For a lot of people in Ontario renting your water heater is something you have always done with a charge of roughly between 10$ and 20$ a month. Companies that provide this service (for the most part) put in low end tanks so that their return on investment is only a few years. The problem is that low end tanks are energy hogs and consume copious amount of power. The company you rent it off of doesn’t care about efficiency as they are...

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    Navien Tankless Water Tank
    Feb04

    Navien Tankless Water Tank

    Navien Tankless Water Tank Firstly let’s get this straight; Navien is a brand of tankless hot water heater not Navian.I have seen this spelled wrong many times, Navian (I googled it) is nothing, definitely not a tankless water heater. Navien has 6 residential models (CR-180, CR-210, CR-240, CR-180A, CR-210A, CR-240A) and then 3 commercial units (CC-180, CC-210, CC-240). These tankless water heaters are all relatively similarly...

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