|Item Weight||43 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 13.8 x 20.5 inches|
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|Item model number||T-K4-IN-LP|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Residential: 12 year heat exchanger, 5 year parts and 1 year labor. Note: Water heaters of any type must be installed by licensed personnel or warranty will be void.|
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Takagi T-K4-IN-LP Indoor Tankless Water Heater, Propane
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|Item Dimensions||13.8 x 8.5 x 20.5 in||13.8 x 6.7 x 20.3 in||17.75 x 11.25 x 24.88 in||13.8 x 6.7 x 20.3 in||15 x 4 x 24 in||14 x 9 x 23 in|
Takagi T-K4-IN LP The all new T-K4 models have an impresive max GPM of 8.0GPM ! The T-K4-OShas a built-in power venting system and was designed specifically for outdoor installations. The T-K4-OS does not require any additional Category III venting or vent caps, making installation one step easier for installers. The T-K4-IN can be installed indoor with option DV kit available. LPG Input: Min. 11,000 Btu, Max. 190,000 Btu Gas Connection: 3/4" NPT Water Connection: 3/4" NPT LP Gas Pressure Inlet: Min. 8.0" WC, Max 14.0" WC Weight: 38 lbs Dimensions: 20.5" X 13.8" X 8.5" Ignition: Electronic Ignition Electrical Supply: AC 120V (60 Hz) Water Pressure: Min. 15 psi, Max. 150 psi LP Manifold Pressure: 3.7-4.0" W.C.
From the Manufacturer
The all new T-K4 models have an impressive max GPM of 8.0GPM. This Tankless Water Heater adds 1 more shower over the Takagi T-KJr2 at minimal increase in cost and is perfect for domestic hot water as well as hydronic/radiant heating applications in mid size residential homes or apartments with 2-3 bathrooms.
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Main drawback with this unit is that it must be vented using stainless steel category III vent pipe. This type of vent pipe is more expensive than PVC (which is used for other brands having lower temperature exhaust). And could not find any local suppliers of S.S. vent pipe (Z-VENT of T-Vent) that I wanted to use. So it had to be purchased at on-line sites. Menards sells Saf-T Vent pipe, but rejected it because it used ring clamps instead of screw clamps.
The main drawback with tank-less water heaters over tank water heaters is that tank water heater supply a more consistent supply of hot water for low flow or stop and start hot water needs. Since tank-less water heaters use an on-demand setup, they don't keep hot water supply in a storage tank. So as soon as the heater's burners shut off, the hot water in the pipes start to cool off. So the next time you turn on the hot water valve, there is a lag time before the cold supple water reaches its target operating temperature.
My original plan was to wait for my old water heater to fail, then install the new & more energy efficient tank water heater in my basement, instead of in the closet on the main floor where the old water heater was located. But I was in the middle of picking grapes & starting winemaking activities when the old heater failed. So decided to just buy another In-Stock 30-gallon heater designed for installation in a small closet at Home Depot. Spent the first 1-1/2 weeks working on getting the closet ready - its drywall had never been taped & painted. This needed to be done before the new water heater could be installed. The new heater also needed to be converted from natural gas to LP fuel. After my 3rd call to Rheem's tech support, I finally learned that Home Depot had sold me the wrong unit for my situation. I needed a direct vent unit with its inlet air coming from the bottom, instead. No local stores in this area stocked direct vent unit that I needed. And Menards was the only place that could special order a 30-gallon unit ( 3 to 4 weeks for delivery) that would work in my closet. So I looked into other options. Finally decided to order the Takagi water heater & install it in my basement. Back to plan A (with a twist). The existing 3" galvanized vent pipe in old location would not work with the new heater since it required 4" S.S. Cat III vent pipe.
There were some obstacles that had to be dealt with before the new water heater could be installed. Had to re-route two electrical cables & one electrical outlet. Had to re-route the water lines and extend the black pipe for the LP gas line. Had to removed vinyl siding so that a hole could be cut through the rim joist. Had to buy a 6-1/4" diameter tungsten carbide hole saw to make the hole. Had to mount the heater offset by 5-1/2" from the block wall to get around existing drain pipes. Had to move the water tank over 2-1/2 inches.
Had to order the vent pipe on-line rather than just buying it locally. This caused its own set of issues, since could not obtain accurate information about the exact dimensions of this vent pipe. Ended up buying a concentric vent kit & a direct vent kit from VentingDirect.com. But their tech support suggested I also needed to buy additional items that I didn't learned were not need or wanted until after those items were received. Part of this issue was due to my slow dial-up Internet connection. I had to make the purchase over the phone & was not able to examine the items added at their web site. Had to send back 3 items at my expense - will never buy from VentingDirect.com again! The second vent pipe suppler (HouseNeeds.com) was a little better, but they sent me an adjustable pipe that was defective, which had to be sent back (at my expense). Then finally found the last piece of vent pipe that was needed at Amazon.
So to make a long story short, I had been without hot water for over a month before I finished installing this unit. And was very happy for having selected and installing the Takagi water heater in my basement.