Noritz Tankless Heater Earns an “A” in School Applications

The NCC199CDV tankless was named a “Gold Winner” in a leading education publisher’s award competition

A Noritz tankless heater has been recognized for its exceptional ability to positively impact the learning environment in schools and colleges.

School Planning & Management and College Planning & Management magazines have named Noritz a 2017 New Product of the Year Award winner for its NCC199CDV condensing tankless water heater, released late last year.

The innovative heater, which is approved for common-venting up to six units in commercial applications, won the Gold Award in the competition’s HVAC category. An independent panel of judges considered its features, innovation, quality, durability, design, technical advances and impact on learning.

“Our New Product Awards program gives us the opportunity to honor companies that have developed products and services that go above and beyond in helping to improve the learning environment,” said Karen Cavallo, group publisher of School Planning & Management and College Planning & Management.

“Research shows that there is a direct correlation between quality learning environments and improved student success – and these companies are leading the charge to make schools a better place for teachers to teach and students to learn.”

Noritz’s EPA ENERGY STAR® certified NCC199CDV heater’s common-vent capability drastically reduces the number of required venting terminations, saving installers time and labor. The unit has a maximum input of 199,900 BTUs per hour (BTU/hr), and includes two austenite 316L stainless steel heat exchangers that resist corrosion from condensate and chloride, maximizing durability and lifespan.

Up to 24 of these units can be linked together, using the optional Multi-Unit System Controller. The latter offers the most control options on the market, including application functions for recirculation loops and supplemental storage tanks.

Overall, the heater’s flexible installation options means it can go into virtually any education environment without hassle. Its energy efficient performance ensures that students, faculty and staff will have hot water on demand without hurting the environment—or the district’s pocketbook.

For more information on the competition, please visit