CONTINUOUS GAS HOT WATER

6 Star Efficiency, with world class quality & reliability

 
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6-Star efficiency, with world class quality and reliability

Takagi is one of the world’s largest and most respected Continuous Gas Hot Water Heater manufacturers and is now available in Australia from its exclusive national distributer, Consolidated Energy. Takagi Continuous Gas Hot Water Heaters are fully manufactured in Japan.

Takagi, one of the world’s leading Continuous Gas Hot Water Heater Manufacturers, has over 60 years’ experience and utilises the world’s best manufacturing techniques and components to deliver cutting edge technology gas water heaters to the Australian market. Unlike old, energy guzzling electric storage systems, Takagi Continuous Gas Hot Water Heaters only heat water when it’s needed. There is no storage tank, and no inefficient heat loss. They also produce far less greenhouse gases than electric water heaters – around 25 to 33 per cent less.

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Save energy, save space and save money – All without sacrificing the luxury of endless hot water

Unlike a conventional storage hot water system, Takagi Continuous Flow Gas Hot Water Heaters heat water with a gas burner as it flows through a coiled pipe called a heat exchanger.

A Takagi Continuous Flow Gas Hot Water Heater is one of the most economical hot water systems to buy, install and operate. Hot water represents about 25% of household energy use, so improvements in the efficiency of your hot water system flow straight through to lower your total energy costs.

Takagi Continuous Flow Gas Hot Water Heater can be installed by any licensed plumber. They’re good for the environment and they’re very economical to run. Unlike conventional storage hot water system, Takagi Continuous Flow Gas Hot Water Heater heat water with a gas burner as it flows through a coiled pipe called a heat exchanger. The gas burner starts when a hot water tap is turned on. It only heats the amount of water that is required instead of continuously heating a full tank. The result? Lower CO2 emissions, lower energy usage and lower running costs.


Unsurpassed quality and technology

With an unrivalled commitment to quality, Takagi is manufactured in Japan to the world’s highest quality standards. The manufacturing process incorporates stringent quality inspections before, during and after assembly resulting in one of the highest reliability rates in the industry.

Features:

  • High-efficiency 6 star energy ratings

  • 20 and 26 litre per minute models

  • Available in Natural Gas and LPG

  • Japanese design & quality manufacturing



  • Hot Flow technology minimises gas, water and electricity waste

  • 50°C pre-set models available

  • Recess boxes for flush wall mounting

  • Optional temperature control remote controllers

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The Benefits of Takagi Continuous Flow Gas Hot Water


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6 Star energy ratings on the entire range mean Takagi units are super-efficient, producing lower greenhouse gas emissions and saving on power bills.

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Heats instantly on demand, so you only pay for the hot water you use.

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Compact, tankless and wall-mountable. Ideal where space is at a premium.

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100% solar compatible. Can be fitted to solar systems to further reduce energy consumption.


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Remote controls available so there is no need to manually adjust the hot and cold taps to attain your desired temperature.


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Simply turn on the tap for the perfect temperature

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Commercial configurations available to provide higher flow rates than single Takagi units

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Ideal for applications in hotels, sports clubs, caravan parks, commercial laundries etc

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Choosing the right Takagi

When choosing the Takagi Continuous Gas Hot Water Heater that best suits your needs, you should consider your usage, the number of people in the property and the climate in your area. The litres per minute rating is the number of litres of hot water it will produce lifting your cold water input by 25˚C. In colder climates, the increase needed can reduce output.

Speak to one of our hot water specialists, and they will make sure you get the right unit for our needs.

 

HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?

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Speak to one of our home energy specialists and they will be able to advise you on the best solution fr your needs.

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Call us on: 1800 697 652

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Head Office: 102 Indian Drive, Keysbrough, Melbourne VIC 2173

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Email us on: info@consolidatedenergy.com.au

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