Rinnai will be showcasing its impressive range of energy efficient continuous flow gas-fired hot water heating products and systems at the Installer Show, from 8 – 10 May.
The Rinnai range is perfect for all manner of applications, from domestic sites right up to the biggest commercial/industrial projects.
Attendees to the Rinnai Stand can view products for domestic and light commercial sites – the 11i, the 16i and the K26.
These are designed for light commercial use – hairdressers, barbers, restaurants, leisure clubs, schools catering, retail sites; anywhere constant hot water ‘on-demand’ is needed.
Rinnai’s Infinity Plus range is for larger sites, such as caravan parks and health clubs, in which there is a need for instant response to demand, without paying the penalty of storing hot water.
Rinnai’s technically advanced condensing hot water heaters are precision engineered to give simple, effective solutions for all types of commercial applications, as well as social and domestic housing projects.
The units are renewable-ready, therefore suitable for use as a temperature booster for solar thermal and heat-pump.
Rinnai offer a complete design and selection survey to assist with any domestic or commercial project.
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