The Clarkson Comfort Zone service and repair most types of tankless water heaters. Takagi, Bosch, Rheem, Rinnai, Everhot, as well as Navien hot water heters. Mississauga Toronto Scarborough.
The concept behind a tankless hot water systems is that it will heat the water as needed instead of continually heating water sitting in a hot water holding tank. Tankless heaters have been used in much of Europe and Japan since before the 2nd world war,
Since the green movement, tankless instant on demand systems have come a long way.
Tankless water heaters save a substantial amount of energy and thats green in your pockets.The tankless system is also great on the enviroment, burning less gas = less carbon foot print.
On demand tankless systems take up less foot area and last much longer than conventional holding tank water heater systems.
With continuous hot water,an ondemand water heater will never stop producing hot water. No more water going cold from a holding tank going empty.
Some of the units we install.
Takagi, the leading manufacturer of tankless gas water heaters, today announced the addition of its newest member to their family of energy-efficient tankless water heaters, the Mobius T-M199.
The new T-M199 easily outperforms traditional water heaters because of its ability to deliver an endless supply of hot water continuously at a maximum flow rate of 9.6 gallons per minute. This on-demand system has no storage tank to heat and reheat so it will never run cold like conventional water heaters. Thus, the T-M199 is ideal for both residential and commercial water heating, hydronic systems, radiant floor heating, and combined domestic water and heating water systems.
"At Takagi, we take pride in developing innovative technology that can meet the ever-changing needs of our customers," says Hiro Yamada, Takagi's Director of Administration. "Our new T-M199 is the most resilient tankless water heater in Takagi's product line. It is specifically designed to meet the most demanding hot water needs of large use residential and commercial applications."
Like its predecessor, the Mobius T-M1, the T-M199 is extremely versatile. Up to 20 T-M199 units can be linked together using a single main control system so it can easily replace the space-consuming and inefficient boilers used in most large buildings. Moreover, it allows building owners to customize their water heating systems by simply installing the correct number of units to meet their building's hot water needs. For even larger applications, more than 20 units can be installed using multiple control systems.
At homepros we install most types of tankless water heaters. We carry most controll boards, ventos and service parts of all kinds.
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