Neutralize condensate for up to 6 heater or boiler units
Condensate from high-efficiency boilers and water heaters contain condensed liquid waste from the gas fuel exhaust. This liquid is corrosive and will damage metal pipes, and must be neutralized before draining into public wastewater, according to most building code and local ordinances.
• Corrosion-resistant neutralizer tank with fill/inspection openings
• MBH (thousand BTU hours): 600 to 1000
• Flow rate in GPH: 4.75 to 8
• Inlet port: two 0.5" threaded FNPT
• Outlet port: one 0.5" threaded FNPT
• Mounting orientation: horizontal
• Material of construction: solid PVC
• Neutralizing media: limestone or magnesium oxide pellets (Navien item number GXXX001328) Click here to order replacement neutralizing media.
The Navien GXXX001324 kit is compatible with most condensing tankless water heaters, both Navien and other manufacturers, including:
NPE-S tankless water heater series including NPE-180S, NPE-210S, NPE-240S
NPE-A tankless water heater series including NPE-180A, NPE-210A, NPE-240A
NCB and NCB-E Combi-Boiler series including NCB-150, NCB-180, NCB-210 and NCB-240; NCB-150E, NCB-180E, NCB-210E and NCB-240E
NHB Heating Boilers including NHB-55, NHB-80, NHB-110 and NHB-150
NR series including NR-180, NR-210 and NR-240; NR-180A, NR-210A and NR-240A
NP series NP-180A, NP-210A, NP-240A
CH-ASME Combi-Boiler series including CH-180-ASME, CH-210-ASME and CH-240-ASME
Frequently Asked Question ("FAQ")
Q1: How often should I replace the neutralizing media?
A1: Once per year, using pH test strip paper or an electronic pH meter, check the pH level at the outlet of the neutralizer tank. Replace the neutralizing media when the pH level drops below the minimum level specified by the local water authority. The minimum level is commonly set at pH 6.0.
|Drain damage due to condensate from a tankless water heater. Even if the drain is plastic and is impervious, local building code may require use of a neutralizer.