WATER HEATERS

NAVIEN Tankless Water Heaters

Navien NPE series condensing tankless water heaters deliver an endless supply of hot water for any size home. Besides providing hot water where and when it’s needed, Navien NPE series tankless condensing water heaters offer homeowners the following benefits:

  • NPE-A Series and NPE-S Series Available
  • Much more energy efficient than old fashioned tank systems
  • The highest energy efficiency in the industry — up to 0.97 UEF / 0.99 EF
  • Energy Star certified
  • Backed by the industry’s strongest warranty — 15 years on heat exchangers
  • Takes about 80% less space than old fashioned tank heaters
  • Longer lasting than tank heaters
  • Easy to use control panel
  • Elegant, clean appearance
  • Improves resale value
  • Ideal for replacements or new construction
 
 
  1. When a hot water tap is opened, the unit detects the flow

  2. The flow sensor activates to determine the amount of hot water needed

  3. The igniter activates

  4. The gas control valve opens to supply the correct amount of gas

  5. The fan and venturi activate to provide the correct amount of gas and fuel

  6. The premix burner ignites providing a flame to heat the water

  7. Cold water is pre-heated in the secondary heat exchanger

  8. Pre-heated water passes from the secondary to the primary heat exchanger

  9. The unit determines outgoing set temperature and adjusts the flame to heat the water

  10. Heated water moves to the buffer tank

  11. Desired hot water amount delivered to the faucet

ProLine® XE Power Vent 40-Gallon Gas Water Heater

The ProLine® XE Power Vent gas water heater is engineered to maximize efficiency while offering greater flexibility in installation options.

  • ENERGY STAR® qualified

Featuring a 40-gallon (nominal) tank and a 50,000 BTU gas burner, the GPVT-40 Power Vent delivers a first hour rating of 87 gallons and a recovery rate of 55.9 gallons per hour. With an 0.70 Uniform Energy Factor, this water heater is ENERGY STAR® qualified. It carries a 6-year limited warranty, and meets Low NOx emission requirements.

Gas water heaters heat water by burning either natural gas or LP (propane). Gas water heaters need a source of air and also need to be vented properly. Cold water enters the water heater through an internal “dip tube” which forces the cold water to the bottom of the tank and pushes hot water out through the outlet connection. This arrangement provides the most hot water for a given tank size. Most gas water heaters use a pilot light. The pilot light on some models also generates the power needed to operate an electronic gas valve. When cold water enters the tank, the temperature sensor on the gas control tells the main gas valve to open. Gas flows to the burner where it is lit by the pilot light. The air needed by the burner is supplied by the room where the water heater is installed. The exhaust gases are vented to the outside. When the proper temperature is reached, the main gas valve shuts off. Because water can corrode the steel tank, we glass line the inside of the tank and install an anode rod to help reduce corrosion. The temperature and pressure relief valve is a safety device designed to open if the internal temperature or pressure of the tank exceeds certain limits. Water heaters should be large enough to provide adequate hot water even when temperatures are cold and household demand is greatest.

ProLine® XE Power Vent 50-Gallon Gas Water Heater

The ProLine® XE Power Vent gas water heater is engineered to maximize efficiency while offering greater flexibility in installation options.

  • ENERGY STAR® qualified

Featuring a 50-gallon (nominal) tank and a 40,000 BTU gas burner, the GPVL-50 Power Vent delivers a first hour rating of 79 gallons and a recovery rate of 44.7 gallons per hour. With an 0.72 Uniform Energy Factor, this water heater is ENERGY STAR® qualified. It carries a 6-year limited warranty, and meets Low NOx emission requirements.

Gas water heaters heat water by burning either natural gas or LP (propane). Gas water heaters need a source of air and also need to be vented properly. Cold water enters the water heater through an internal “dip tube” which forces the cold water to the bottom of the tank and pushes hot water out through the outlet connection. This arrangement provides the most hot water for a given tank size. Most gas water heaters use a pilot light. The pilot light on some models also generates the power needed to operate an electronic gas valve. When cold water enters the tank, the temperature sensor on the gas control tells the main gas valve to open. Gas flows to the burner where it is lit by the pilot light. The air needed by the burner is supplied by the room where the water heater is installed. The exhaust gases are vented to the outside. When the proper temperature is reached, the main gas valve shuts off. Because water can corrode the steel tank, we glass line the inside of the tank and install an anode rod to help reduce corrosion. The temperature and pressure relief valve is a safety device designed to open if the internal temperature or pressure of the tank exceeds certain limits. Water heaters should be large enough to provide adequate hot water even when temperatures are cold and household demand is greatest.

ProLine® Master Ultra-Low NOx 40-Gallon Gas Water Heater

The ProLine® Ultra-Low NOx gas water heater delivers an efficient, reliable performance and features an innovative design that protects against accidental ignition of flammable vapors.

Featuring a 40-gallon (nominal) tank and a 40,000 BTU gas burner, the HURL-40 Standard Vent delivers a first hour rating of 72 gallons and a recovery rate of 41 gallons per hour. With an 0.57 Uniform Energy Factor, this water heater is not ENERGY STAR® qualified. It carries a 8-year limited tank warranty, and meets Ultra-Low NOx emission requirements

Gas water heaters heat water by burning either natural gas or LP (propane). Gas water heaters need a source of air and also need to be vented properly. Cold water enters the water heater through an internal “dip tube” which forces the cold water to the bottom of the tank and pushes hot water out through the outlet connection. This arrangement provides the most hot water for a given tank size. Most gas water heaters use a pilot light. The pilot light on some models also generates the power needed to operate an electronic gas valve. When cold water enters the tank, the temperature sensor on the gas control tells the main gas valve to open. Gas flows to the burner where it is lit by the pilot light. The air needed by the burner is supplied by the room where the water heater is installed. The exhaust gases are vented to the outside. When the proper temperature is reached, the main gas valve shuts off. Because water can corrode the steel tank, we glass line the inside of the tank and install an anode rod to help reduce corrosion. The temperature and pressure relief valve is a safety device designed to open if the internal temperature or pressure of the tank exceeds certain limits. Water heaters should be large enough to provide adequate hot water even when temperatures are cold and household demand is greatest.

ProLine® XE High Efficiency Flue Damper 50-Gallon Gas Water Heater

The ProLine® Ultra-Low NOx gas water heater delivers an efficient, reliable performance and features an innovative design that protects against accidental ignition of flammable vapors.

Featuring a 50-gallon (nominal) tank and a 50,000 BTU gas burner, the GURT-50L Standard Vent delivers a first hour rating of 98 gallons and a recovery rate of 51 gallons per hour. With an 0.60 Uniform Energy Factor, this water heater is not ENERGY STAR® qualified. It carries a 6-year limited tank warranty, and meets Ultra-Low NOx emission requirements

Gas water heaters heat water by burning either natural gas or LP (propane). Gas water heaters need a source of air and also need to be vented properly. Cold water enters the water heater through an internal “dip tube” which forces the cold water to the bottom of the tank and pushes hot water out through the outlet connection. This arrangement provides the most hot water for a given tank size. Most gas water heaters use a pilot light. The pilot light on some models also generates the power needed to operate an electronic gas valve. When cold water enters the tank, the temperature sensor on the gas control tells the main gas valve to open. Gas flows to the burner where it is lit by the pilot light. The air needed by the burner is supplied by the room where the water heater is installed. The exhaust gases are vented to the outside. When the proper temperature is reached, the main gas valve shuts off. Because water can corrode the steel tank, we glass line the inside of the tank and install an anode rod to help reduce corrosion. The temperature and pressure relief valve is a safety device designed to open if the internal temperature or pressure of the tank exceeds certain limits. Water heaters should be large enough to provide adequate hot water even when temperatures are cold and household demand is greatest.

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