Rinnai launch modular continuous flow water system for commercial applications

  • 15 Sep 2016

Infinity Plus Cascade is a commercial continuous flow water system developed by Rinnai to guarantee high volumes of temperature accurate hot water.

The design parameters of the cascade system mean it can be easily integrated into new and existed buildings, even when retrofitted from traditional storage systems. This tailor-made solution comes with a choice of either two or three unit modules containing Rinnai’s energy-saving 1500 or 1200 condensing continuous flow water heaters, with its new common header flue system technology. 

Designed to deliver high efficiencies for the building operator, Infinity Plus Cascade is an ideal solution for large sites and for applications where there is a heavy demand for constant hot water, as any number of modules can be manifolded together. 

Infinity Plus Cascade comes complete with a made to measure rack, making installation easy and straightforward, with no need for excessive rejigging of pipework. Its compact design means it can be housed in a small space and still be easily accessed for maintenance and servicing. 

The modular nature of the system means that when service and maintenance is required, elements of the system can still operate as normal, therefore eliminating any hot water downtime.

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