Noritz Commercial Tankless Unit Named CSE Finalist (Demo)

The NCC199CDV condensing tankless water heater is a finalist in the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2018 Product of the Year contest.

Consulting-Specifying Engineer has announced Noritz’s newest commercial unit—the NCC199CDV—as a 2018 Product of the Year Finalist. The annual contest recognizes the most innovative products in the HVAC, fire/life safety, electrical, and plumbing systems engineering markets.

The NCC199CDV condensing tankless water heater offers specifiers and building engineers the ability to common vent up to six units in commercial applications, which offers the following installation benefits:

  • Reduced vent terminations that save the time otherwise spent making additional wall or roof penetrations.
  • Fewer necessary supports that eliminate extra material costs and the labor necessary to install them.
  • Longer vent runs for added installation flexibility. The maximum run for common venting up to four units with 8-inch diameter pipe is 200 feet.
  • A cleaner aesthetic than an individually-vented system, with all the extra supports and penetrations that entails.

In addition to the common venting capability, the unit comes with a thermal efficiency rating of 98 percent, which is the industry’s highest and makes it EPA ENERGY STAR® certified.*
Up to 24 NCC199CDV units can be linked together, using the optional Multi-Unit System Controller, which offers the most control options on the market, including application functions for recirculation loops and supplemental storage tanks. BTU input can range from 18,000 to 4.8 million (for a 24-unit multi-system), yielding up to a 266:1 turndown ratio. An optional Quick-Connect cable is available for connecting two units.
Voting in the CSE Product of the Year Contest is open to qualified subscribers of the Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine, e-newsletter or whitepapers.
Vote for the NCC199CDV by clicking here.
 
*ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY STAR mark are registered trademarks owned by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.