Navien’s Tankless Water Heaters Address Water Conservation Concerns

Navien NPE-A ComfortFlowIRVINE, Calif. — The importance of water conservation has never been more important, as large sections of the country face alarming droughts and water shortages. It has been stated that an average family of four will waste 12,000 gallons of water a year due to the unnecessary wait for hot water. Navien, of Irvine, California, has addressed this wasteful situation with their NPE-A series tankless water heaters.

Navien’s Premium Efficiency Advanced condensing tankless water heaters, with ComfortFlow technology, are designed with efficiency of water usage in mind. Because the ComfortFlow technology provides a buffer tank and programmable recirculating pump inside the unit, the call for hot water is immediately satisfied. No longer does the end user need to send those precious 12,000 gallons of water down the drain while waiting for hot water to reach the fixture.

“As a corporation whose name is derived from the words Navigator / Energy / Environment, we, at Navien, highly value the natural resources of the world, of which water is primary,” said Ann Woodard, marketing manager for Navien.

Navien, an official Energy Star partner, congratulates the Plumbing Manufacturers International and its members who have been actively supporting legislation that encourages consumers to decrease indoor water use through more efficient plumbing products, services and practices which will save water. The Navien NPE-A tankless water heaters, for either commercial or residential usage, are available in the United States and Canada through a network of plumbing distributors. To learn more, visit www.navienamerica.com.