Rinnai has introduced the innovative new energy efficient Infinity Solo condensing and low NOx water heater which combines the advanced technology of low NOx wall mounted continuous flow water heaters with a stainless steel storage cylinder.
The Infinity Solo features both 35kW and 54kW sized appliances, ensuring sites with a smaller gas meter can readily use this technology. The larger Infinity Solo model will also act as a high-efficiency alternative to gas-fired storage appliances that exist in today’s market.
Transportation and installation of the cylinder is much easier due to the stainless steel which reduces the weight of it. The stainless steel cylinder also boosts the life expectancy of the Infinity Solo as it doesn’t suffer from thermal shock as glass-lined cylinders do.
In addition, users can expect to save money due to the low heat loss figures (as low as 1.41kW/h day).
The Infinity Solo range is also renewable compatible and supplied pre-fitted with a coil, meaning that the primary energy source will always be from renewable gains and the complementary Rinnai water heater will only apply the precise amount of gas to boost the difference in temperature.
Rinnai’s Infinity brand carries the widest range of condensing water heaters on the market today with the most impressive efficiencies in operation, leading the field in technological innovation.
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