Takagi T-KJr2-IN-NG Indoor Tankless Water Heater :
Takagi T-KJr2-IN NG Non-Condensing Gas Tankless Water Heater Natural Gas 6.6 GPM. The T-KJr2 model is the smallest unit in the Takagi line-up. The T-KJr2 is perfect for light residential (i.e. small apartment units) and radiant heating applications. Works great and was easy to install. Endless hot water when you need it and not heating it when you don’t. This unit is amazing for a small house. Get rid of electric hot water heater and save money
Technical Details :
|6.7 x 13.8 x 20.3 inches
|Item model number
|Item Package Quantity
|10 year heat exchanger and 5 year parts (residential only. 5/3 in commercial applications). Warranties are only valid if unit was installed by a properly licensed technician
4.7 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#16 in Water Heaters & Parts> Water Heaters
|Item can be shipped within U.S.
|This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S.
|Date First Available
|September 13, 2010
- 6.6 GPM max flow rate
- 4-Inch category III stainless steel venting required
- Inlet, outlet thermistors for constant temperature monitoring
- Energy factor of 0.81-0.83
- Easy installation
What do Takagi T-KJr2-IN-NG Indoor Tankless Water Heater users say about the product?
I used this item to replace a different type of unit that started to leak slowly. This unit went into the same area with no problem at all.
This unit is amazing for a small house. We got rid of our electric hot water heater and saving money already.
I live in 1,800sqft 3b 2b house, and I love it. I installed myself, so just thought I would give some tips if you’re like me and need to do this on the cheap.
Installation was very simple, just as the instructions say. I was replacing an existing 40 gal gas heater so I already had water and gas connections.
I’ve been running my Takagi T-KJr2-IN-NG Indoor Tankless Water Heater for several years with absolutely zero problems. I bought it before the tankless water heater market in the US was mature
After reading many reviews and research about this product last summer, plus getting local advise from friends who also have tankless water heater systems installed.