Why Choose Takagi?
SAFETY

"Safety is a Key Point with Takagi"

Incorporating technologically-advanced safety features into every model, we provide the assurance and peace-of-mind that can only come from a product with Takagi’s quality. We place the safety of our customers and reliability of our products above all else. That’s our promise, to you.

When thinking about product safety, consider the following:

Consistently safe temperature: All of our units are factory set at 122°F, offering a safe and steady temperature with computer controlled precision.
Venting : All Takagi water heaters use the safest venting on the market today.
The venting seals the exhaust from the top of the unit through the exterior and the built-in exhaust fan ensures any harmful fumes are fully expelled from the home every time the water shuts down.
Safety Devices: Takagi uses smart safety and monitoring devices to ensure that the system is working flawlessly. Computerized electronics allow a Takagi water heater to monitor itself, so you won't have to.
Safer In An Earthquake: With a Takagi, there is no pilot light to ignite flammable vapors and no heavy tank to fall or pull pipes out of the wall, eliminating the risk of scalding from ruptured hot water pipes as well.


CSA Certified PCB/Software.
Double Flame Sensors.
High limit switch for over heating.
CSA Certified PCB (printed circuit board).
Gas SV (solenoid valves).
Thermistors

The National Sanitation Foundation
The NSF mark can be found on consumer, commercial and industrial products. These products are evaluated and certified to be safe for use in restaurants, and more.
For more information regarding NSF Certifications please go to the NSF Website.

Canadian Standards Association
CSA tests products for compliance to national and international standards.

For more information regarding CSA Certifications please go to the CSA Website.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASME is a not-for-profit professional organization promoting the art, science and practice of mechanical and multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences.

For more information on ASME, please visit the ASME Website.