Rinnai unveils new Energysaver space heater models

  • 6 Oct 2016

Rinnai has introduced two new models to its range of Energysaver gas fired space heaters: the Energysaver 559FT and the new, streamlined Energysaver 390FT. 

Designed specifically for use in large indoor spaces such as schools, churches and libraries, the range is popular for its ease of installation, cost-effectiveness and efficient operation and performance.

The Energysaver 559FT features a touch-control operation board located on top of the appliance, and is supplied with a child lock for safety. Additional functions include a timer function and eco mode. The streamlined 599FT unit measures 554mm x 750mm x 250mm, with an input of 6.4kW and output of 5.2kW. 

Like the 559FT, the Rinnai Energysaver 309FT includes a sleek casing and turns in net efficiencies of 88 percent. With an input of 3.4 and output of 2.92kW, the unit measures 695mm x 465mm x 257mm. The unit’s Natural Gas usage has been locked at 0.31m3 whilst LPG consumption is 0.26kg/hr.

Also available is the Energysaver 1004T. Featuring an input of 11.6kW and outputs of 10.23kW, the unit boasts energy efficiencies of 96%under the guidance of Part L 2014. 

Measuring at 670mm x 930mm x 315mm, the unit is also suitable for central timer control, allowing building managers to run any number of Rinnai space heaters off a central time clock to provide heat to the largest of spaces. 

All Energysaver units are easy to install as they do not require extensive ductwork, or involve the necessity to run domestic heating circuits for radiators or pipework to boilers. The units feature fully modulating burners so heat output and energy input is reduced as the space warms up.

The range comprises fanned convection-powered flue models that exceed seasonal thermal heating guidance under Building Regulations Part L.

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