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•THE WHOLESALER® — MARCH 2011


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avien America Inc., the pioneer in high ef- ficiency tankless water heaters, comple- ments its state-of-the-art tankless water


heater line with an ultra-condensing efficiency model that offers the highest thermal efficiency rat- ings in the industry. Driven by Navien’s unique design and signature


“ECO” Technology, Navien now offers condensing water heaters for residential, and commercial ap- plications which qualify for ENERGY STAR rat- ings. Equipped with all the traditional lifestyle benefits of tankless technology, Navien Condens- ing 98% models can offer substantial energy sav- ings for residential and commercial customers. Navien’s economic venting system makes them


highly efficient and Navien’s condensing technol- ogy results in lower annual operating costs. Navien Condensing 98% also use 3" PVC venting which offers significant cost savings in the installation process and allows for a safer and easier installa- tion process for installers and contractors. “We are very pleased with the Condensing 98%


tankless models and to our contributions to the tan- kless industry and we will continue to strive for re- leasing green-friendly products,” said Ted Kwak, President of Navien America. “With Navien Con- densing 98% heaters, consumers and contractors will get the best of both worlds, the benefits of tan- kless and ultra condensing efficiency, which offers substantial energy savings for the end user and an easier installation process for contractors who can utilize PVC venting.” Navien Condensing 98% heaters utilize dual


stainless steel heat exchangers, providing 3.8 to 4.5 times longer life-expectancy and erosion resistance over the copper heat exchangers. Navien's unique condensing heat exchanger (secondary heat ex- changer) traps condensation and uses it, making the whole process incredibly efficient and economical. Navien’s ECO Premixed Burner not only dramati-


cally reduces NOx emissions but also offer the in- dustry’s lowest level of emissions. These units also


use less gas, resulting in less CO2 emissions mak- ing them green-friendly. Some of the Condensing 98% water heater models


feature an optional circulation pump and mini buffer tank (model A) that eliminate cold-water stacking and offer further safety measures and hot water on demand when using external recirculation. With Navien’s 98 Ready Link Cascade System, contractors and installers can link up to 98 com-


Navien’s green-friendly Condensing Combination 98% tankless water heaters offer the benefits of tankless and ultra condensing efficiency for substantial energy savings, substantially lower emissions and easier in- stallation. Their dual stainless steel heat exchangers provide 3.8 to 4.5 times longer life expectancy and ero- sion resistance than copper heat exchangers.


See contact information on page 194


SUPPLIER PROFILE


Navien America Expands Tankless Water Heater Line with achieving the Industry’s Highest Efficiency Ratings


pact-sized Navien water heaters as one system, equating to the largest volume of hot water in the industry. Professional contractors can purchase these in-


novative, Condensing 98% tankless gas water heaters, along with the rest of the Navien’s product line at major plumbing wholesale houses across the United States and Canada. Navien America, Inc. is a global leader and tech-


nology innovator of the 98% energy efficient tan- kless water heater. Navien America was established


to open new markets in the United States and Canada for KD Navien’s technologically advanced products. Navien America is eager to continuously provide high quality and innovative products that are environmentally friendly, energy efficient, and that offer hi-tech comfort and convenience to all customers. Navien America is an official ENERGY STAR®


partner of the Residential Water Heater


Program. Navien offers “The Ultimate in Energy Efficiency with Hi-tech comfort.” n Log on to www.navienamerica.com.


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