20% carbon footprint reduction from Rinnai hydrogen-blends ready continuous flow hot water systems

Rinnai’s latest CPD: Carbon and Economic Benefits of Zero Storage in Hot Water Systems, demonstrates carbon and cost savings achieved through its N Series of units offering a continuous flow water heating system.

This CPD – and all others – can be found www.rinnaiuk.com.

Current media focus is directed at the issue of rising energy and living costs. Rinnai continuously works to produce robust and reliable products that benefit the customer in terms of finance and performance.

Rinnai’s instantaneous hot water systems have been rigorously analysed and found to offer significant savings in five key areas, when compared to traditional storage systems: running costs, initial payments, carbon footprint, space and weight.

Below features two graphs that visually demonstrate levels of emissions released by both a storage hot water system and a Rinnai N1600. The first graph reveals 1st year carbon footprint; the second establishes the difference after a period of 5 years.

The blue right-side column represents the total emissions released by a typical water storage system which is measured at nearly 19,000 kg of carbon dioxide. Rinnai’s N1600 is responsible for UNDER 15,000 kg of carbon dioxide.

The below graph provides visual information that proves over 5 years, Rinnai’s N1600 continuous flow hot water heater release less emissions than a traditional storage water heater when measuring kg’s of carbon dioxide.

Rinnai is committed to decarbonisation. Rinnai’s water heating products are all hydrogen-blends ready NOW and can use BioLPG capable of delivering NetZero carbon emissions. Rinnai offer comprehensive training courses and technical support in all aspects of the water heating industry. More information can be found on Rinnai’s website and its “Help Me Choose” webpage.

For more information on the RINNAI product range visit www.rinnaiuk.com