Rinnai UK, a registered provider of CPD courses, has implemented a series of training modules, designed to show the energy-saving benefits of gas-fired continuous flow hot water heaters.
With Rinnai now fielding the only complete and comprehensive range of highly efficient ErP labelled A-rated continuous flow water heaters – from the smallest domestic models through to super-size industrial units – the demand from engineers wanting more knowledge of the appliances is increasing.
The company is offering tailor-made, flexible courses that allow engineers the opportunity to explore at first hand the practical and energy-saving benefits of continuous flow gas-fired water heaters and familiarise themselves with the technology, from system design and installation, through to servicing and maintenance.
The hands-on training courses, which are tailored to Rinnai customer needs, cover both traditional and new technologies for commercial water heating as well as highlighting the big energy and money savings that can be achieved by installing a continuous flow hot water system.
Courses can be arranged to suit individual requirements either at Rinnai’s Runcorn, Cheshire HQ in the dedicated training facility or if preferred, the company’s training team will take the module to the workplace or other venue convenient to delegates.
There are plenty of options for courses, including: Continuous flow and future of water heating; Intermediate water heating; Continuous flow, excellence in design; Service & fault diagnostics – water heaters and Energy-saving warm air units; Maximising renewable gain in hot water design; Understanding ACOP L8 and hot water design and Continuous-flow as a method of satisfying energy & regulatory demand.
Chris Goggin, Rinnai UK Associate Director explains: “Our flexible training offering ensures key market personnel at all levels can benefit from nationwide training from our highly skilled team of technical experts, guaranteeing they are up to speed with changes in legislation and product developments.”
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