I get to pick out a new water heater! In looking at the various Rheem models, I see that there are some listed as "Ultra Low NOx", but I can't seem to find any information on what exactly that means? Do these water heaters have a cleaner combustion process?
Any suggestions for a new water heater?
Eco-Defender Safety SystemŪ Ultra Low NOx Series water heaters from Bradford White utilize the latest advances in technology and materials for an ecologically friendly line of water heaters. Each and every one meets the stringent South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) requirements for allowable NOx emissions while maintaining the incredibly high level of safety, performance and reliability that you've come to expect from a Bradford White water heater.
- 13 Models (30-50 gallon capacities)
- 30,000-50,000 BTU/Hr.
- FVIR Eco-Defender Safety SystemŪ
- U4 models qualify for most utility rebate programs as well as the January 1st, 2009 ENERGY STARŪ EF requirement