Rinnai strengthens technical service team with a new applications engineer

  • 23 Oct 2019

Rinnai has announced the strengthening of its Technical Service dept with the appointment of Danny Madagwa to the post of Applications Engineer.

Danny, who holds a masters’ degree in engineering, will be based at the company’s London office but will be liaising with customers on a nationwide basis.

Chris Goggin, Rinnai Operations head, comments on the appointment: “We are delighted to have Danny join us and he will be dealing directly with installers, contractors and end-users. The provision of technical service excellence is a key factor in the market switching to the continuous flow mode of hot water delivery, as opposed to the old, conventional methods which are more costly and far less efficient.”

Rinnai is the UK leader in ErP ‘A’ rated continuous flow hot water heating units. The company makes and sells over 12 million gas appliances every year, which are distributed globally to all parts of the world and are all ISO 9001 and ISO 1400I certified (International standard for environmental management systems).

The Rinnai range of hot water heating products are manufactured to the highest possible quality standards which ensures a long working life. Our reliability and commitment to customer service excellence is the industry standard.

Backed with extensive warranties and fully qualified service teams, Rinnai is the first choice for continuous flow hot water, providing the most energy and economically efficient solution by using individual or multiple manifolded appliances.

Chris concludes: “Rinnai employs innovative manufacturing and testing techniques to deliver unparalleled levels of safety, comfort and efficiency. With the Rinnai Continuous Flow Hot Water System, you will never run out of hot water.”

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