The NRCP line of residential tankless water heaters combines high-efficiency condensing technology with the comfort and savings of hot water recirculation. A circulating pump inside the water heater keeps hot water close to the outlet, minimizing the wait and, therefore, the waste of unused potable water down the drain. Saving water, in this case, is doubly beneficial, because recirculation also avoids wasting the energy used to heat that water, referenced the company. Using the integral digital display on the front of the water heater, homeowners can program the recirculation system to operate only when needed, with precision down to the hour. With a maximum input of 180,000 Btuh, the NRCP98-DV has a maximum flow rate of 9.8 gallons per minute (gpm), making it generally suitable for homes with up to two-and-a-half baths. The NRCP1112-DV, with a maximum input of 199,900 Btuh and a maximum flow rate of 11.1 gpm, it is suitable for homes with up to three and a half baths.

Noritz America Corp.

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