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Rinnai Offers FMs Free Hot Water Delivery Energy Audit 

Rinnai Offers FMs Free Hot Water Delivery Energy Audit
19 May 2020 | Updated 20 May 2020
 

Rinnai is offering all premises & FM sites free audits on all sites. These audits are aimed at maximising hot water delivery efficiencies.

Maximising efficiencies on site can result in fuel cost savings, alone, of up to 30 per cent on current energy prices as the hot water is heated only when it is used. Turn the tap off and the energy costs stop immediately. There are also capital expenditure and carbon savings to be included in the final whole-of-life equation.

The audit, in close co-operation with the FM and their customers, measures all data concerning hot water use and presents a full and detailed report.

 

Stainless steel heat exchangers a UK first

 

Rinnai is the world’s leading manufacturer of continuous flow hot water systems,  a range of units that can be manifolded to supply, virtually limitless hot water to a site of any size. This means fast, efficient, temperature-controlled water on demand at the point of delivery. It also means less space spent on plant rooms and minimal maintenance as all units are proven to be robust with a long, long working life, which is backed with extensive warranties.

Rinnai’s newly launched Sensei N Series water heating range offers a new and compact design with enhanced combustion that allows for easier and quicker installation - and gives high levels of operational performance.

The Rinnai Sensei N Series is also the first-ever continuous flow hot water heating unit manufactured with stainless steel heat exchangers to be available in the UK, which gives a greatly extended working life. Added to this is the Sensei N Series market-leading extended warranties of, up to 7 years.

The advanced burner controls with the Sensei N Series models ensure that all the appliances are well ahead of the NOx requirements set within ErP.  The current level of permissible NOx set by ErP is 56 mg/Kwh. 

The Sensei N Series range has been third-party tested at 28 mg/Kwh making them one of the greenest water heating appliances available. As the units do not incorporate storage, their green credentials are further recognised by BREEAM and score additional credits under the building regulations.

Rinnai makes over 2million hot water unit heaters every year and the units offer all technological advances and innovations.

Picture: A Rinnai continuous flow hot water system

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 19 May 2020

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