How Do Non-Condensing Gas Tankless Water Heaters Work?
State non-condensing tankless water heaters save space and supply continuous hot water for your home. A single heat exchanger heats the water to the set temperature you determine through unique non-condensing technology. Water flows through the heat exchanger and is heated by hot exhaust gases to the correct temperature. If any excess heat is not absorbed by the water, it is expelled through exhaust venting. Alongside a 15-year limited warranty, State non-condensing tankless water heaters can offer reliable hot water on demand in your home for years to come.