hydrogen blend

Case Study: Rinnai hydrogen blends ready 20% continuous flow water heaters in Premier League football club

Property experts and contractors have completed the installation of a completely new hot water delivery system at a top London Premier League football club, replacing an outdated stored cylinder configuration with a practical and economic hot water solution. The renowned club replaced their old traditional system with a specifically designed new energy efficient Rinnai continuous […]

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Rinnai range of commercial continuous flow water heaters certified as ready for hydrogen blends by British Standards Institution

Rinnai’s Hydrogen blends ready 20% continuous flow condensing water heating units have been certified by the British Standards Institution (BSI) for use as hydrogen blends ready. The range was subjected to rigorous testing and analysis by the British Standards Institution and the category I2HY20 will be added to product demarcations indicating that the water heaters […]

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Opinion: We all win with Net Zero common sense, calm and commitment

UK Net Zero ambitions can be truly delivered with a measured, pragmatic, and transparent stance if adopted by all the players in the heating and hot water industry, says Rinnai Managing Director Tony Gittings: The manufacturing sector of the heating and hot water industry has a responsibility in playing a leading role in the reduction […]

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Rinnai announces N Series limitless hot water units are ‘Hydrogen Blend Ready’

Rinnai has announced that, after an extensive testing and verification process, its current Sensei N Series range is ‘Hydrogen ready’ now for the proposed initial supply of hydrogen blends fed through the existing gas infrastructure. The Sensei N Series can by powered by a blend of up to 30% hydrogen, Rinnai UK is also in […]

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Baxi boiler ranges achieve certification for use with 20% hydrogen blend

The Baxi 600, Baxi 800 and Baxi Assure ranges of gas boilers have achieved certification to run on a 20% hydrogen blend. The examination certificate issued by an independent notified body states: The boilers are qualified for the addition of up to 20vol.-% hydrogen to natural gas (G20) as burning gas. Until the gas network […]

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