Rinnai UK

Rinnai launches R290 heat pump range

Rinnai has expanded its lineup of decarbonising appliances with the inclusion of a new line of commercial heat pump technology. R290 is a LOW score (Global Warming Potential) refrigerant used in the cutting edge new line of air source heat pumps. A number of operational advantages are made possible by R290, including a 10% increase […]

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Rinnai giving away £1000 of low carbon technology at InstallerSHOW

All visitors to the Rinnai stand at InstallerSHOW have a chance of winning £1000 of low carbon technology including water heaters, heat pumps, solar thermal, boilers in gas and electric models and a selection of other prizes. The InstallerSHOW is the ideal venue for contractors and consultants to view the range of carbon reducing H1/2/3 […]

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All voices need to be as one to achieve Net Zero – Opinion

Rinnai’s Tony Gittings calls for industry unity in delivering practical, economic and technical benefits of decarbonisation: For UK decarbonisation aims to be successfully achieved a shared and consistent approach must be formulated and agreed upon by all acting parties within the HVAC and building services industries. At present there is widespread preference towards heat pump […]

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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installation of a completely new hot water delivery system at a top London Premier League football club, replacing an outdated stored cylinder configuration with a practical and economic hot water solution.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’s N Series range of condensing continuous flow water heaters are fully certified to new UKCA standard

Rinnai’s N Series range of condensing continuous flow water heaters have been passed as fully certified to the new UKCA standard, the successor to the CE mark. The UK government recently passed legislation to parliament ensuring that the CE mark was still recognised until the 31 of December 2024, effectively delaying the transition to the […]

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