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Rinnai promises to hold its price again

  • 28 Mar 2018

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Rinnai has announced that it is holding its price for the second year in succession, following reports that some other manufacturers are increasing prices by almost 5%.

Rinnai Managing Director, Tony Gittings explains: “We see no justification whatsoever to submit price increases and seek to stabilise market prices for our customers.

“We offer what we believe is a first-class product proposition of energy efficiency, economic cost in use, limitless hot water on demand where you only pay for the fuel you use to heat the water, completely compliant with all existing or pending UK and EU legislation.”

The Rinnai natural gas or LPG water heaters guarantee a limitless supply of accurately temperature controlled safe and useable hot water.

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The Rinnai range delivers energy saving performance and low greenhouse emissions through new low NOx burner technology. 

The units offer the opportunity to be installed as stand-alone or manifolded to provide unlimited hot water for the largest of all commercial sites.

They are also safer than most as the water temperature is and can be pre-set using built-in digital controls.

The newly updated Rinnai Infinity range is designed for use off the mains.

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Rinnai Heavy Duty water heaters are high-efficiency gas continuous flow water heaters with outputs up to 69kW and accept water up to 60°C, making the HD50i suitable for secondary return systems.

All Rinnai internal HDC condensing continuous flow water heaters are room-sealed, power flue appliances, while the external weatherproof models have forced exhaust which enables them to be compact.

Rinnai’s condensing technology is unique in its offering of two heat exchangers for optimum water heating. In addition, the condensing process delivers up to 95% thermal efficiency.

Rinnai Gas Hot Water Storage Pack is the ideal solution, delivering everything directly to site in one complete package.

It consists of five heavy duty water heaters, one hot water storage vessel along with necessary valves and one primary pump with valves and one unvented kit. 

Add to this an expansion vessel of either 50L or 80L capacity, two drain cocks, one tundish, a temperature and pressure relief valve along with a control thermostat, an overheat thermostat and the kit is complete. In addition, common header flue systems are also available.

Overall, Rinnai continuous flow hot water systems are cost-effective, easy to install and provide a flexible solution for domestic applications and for all sectors of business and industry.

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