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Hot To Trot - Growth On The Horizon

Tony Gittings

Rinnai, the manufacturer of heating & continuous flow hot water delivery systems for residential and commercial sites, has announced that it is planning on doubling size within 10 years.

The announcement was made recently by MD Tony Gittings at a major event held at Skinners Hall in the City of London before a large audience of contractors, installers, consultants, estates managers and end-user organisations.

In the announcement, Gittings detailed the company’s plans in a series of new product developments, marketing initiatives and service launches.

 

In the 2019 the company has completed the following:

  • Launch of service division offering customers service plans for peace of mind - with all inspections and all remedial works carried out by Gas Safe registered engineers.

  • Launch of the new N series of hot water heating units  - The Rinnai SENSEI water heater range offers a new, more compact and enhanced combustion design that allows for easier installation and enhanced operational performance and importantly increased levels of serviceability.

  • Launch of the Trust Partnership with the formation of an installer network specifically for its domestic product range, the Zen & Zen Plus. The installer domestic partnership network includes all bona fide, Gas Safe registered, installers of residential heating and hot water units and systems.

  • Launch of the Zen and Zen Plus home hot water & heating system which marries established and proven manufacture durability with new technologies to offer energy efficiencies, user control and comfort.

  • Launch of the A series of domestic hot water heating units.

Picture: Tony Gittings.

Article written by Brian Shillibeer

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