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  • The Series Four large-capacity electric tankless water heater is rated at 99% efficient. The whole-house unit features microprocessing temperature control. The flow activates each of the EX380T2T2’s heating elements in stages based on hot water demand. Thermostatic control delivers unlimited hot water at precise outlet temperature. Energy factor: 0.99. 800.543.6163.

  • The Bosch AquaStar 2700ES gas tankless water heater enables users to operate two to three hot water applications simultaneously. The unit delivers more than 7 gallons per minute. The product’s built-in power vent enables horizontal or vertical vent termination, and the unit offers direct, room-sealed electric combustion. The unit can plug into a 120V electrical outlet and uses natural gas or liquid propane. Energy factor: 0.83. 866.642.3199.

  • The R75Lsi delivers continuous hot water on demand up to 7.5 gallons per minute. The unit features a redesigned commercial-grade heat exchanger, an integrated condensate collector, an integrated digital temperature controller, and direct electronic ignition with no pilot light. The combustion unit is sealed, so it doesn’t use interior combustion air. Two units can be connected together without a control board. The whole-house unit measures 10 inches by 14 inches by 26 inches and weighs 46 pounds. The temperature can range from 98 to 140 degrees. Energy factor: 0.82. 678.829.1700.

  • The Energy Star–rated N-0841MC tankless water heater yields 93% energy efficiency versus 60% of a typical tank water heater due to its Hybrid Super Heat Exchanger—a stainless and copper heat exchanger fused into one. The unit, which uses gas or propane, delivers up to 11.1 gallons per minute at a 35-degree temperature rise and 8.4 gallons per minute at a 45-degree temperature rise. Energy factor: 0.94. 877.986.6748.

  • The RTG-66DV gas direct-vent, tankless water heater is designed for homes with two or three bathrooms. The unit measures 25?1/2 inches high, 13?1/2 inches wide, and 10 inches deep. The concentric venting system simplifies installation by expelling the byproducts of combustion through a 3-inch exhaust pipe inside the 5-inch intake run. The unit can deliver water at a rate of 6.6 gallons per minute. Installers can connect multiple units to meet the needs of high-demand applications. The product uses either natural gas or liquid propane. Energy factor: 0.82. 334.260.1500.

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