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A continuous flow of best in class energy and cost efficient hot water heating products for all facilities

16 June 2016

Rinnai, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hot water heating systems, will be showing its range of best-in-class products at the Facilities Show 2016.

Rinnai is a global manufacturer combining the excellence of Japanese engineering and experience into energy and cost efficient hot water heating systems which are better and more effective than traditional stored systems.

The advanced nature of Rinnai technology – ensures that water is delivered at pre-set temperatures accurate to within degree Celsius, therefore the temperature can be set at 60 degrees plus so no bacteria can multiply eradicating legionella proliferation.

Another major feature for the FM is new technology that seamlessly integrates continuous flow hot water systems into BMS protocols. The move allows ultimate control and maximises energy efficiencies in large buildings, even in multi-tenanted sites.

The launch of smart controls allowing ready interface with Building Management Systems (BMS) brings the prospect of higher energy efficiencies for commercial buildings. The Rinnai smart controller offers on/off status as well as fault codes to facilitate first hit repair.

For example, the BMS can communicate a precise error code to the central system meaning that in the event of a breakdown the user can communicate the correct parts and information to the engineer for a first time fix, limiting down time and improving Rinnai service response.

The controller allows the FM and staff to remotely monitor and change system temperatures and also to monitor and adjust burners for maximum efficiencies. In effect, the controls monitor gas usage to dictate business periods and energy savings.

Rinnai units modulate the gas supply in relation to the amount of heat input required to optimise gas usage meaning high energy efficiency is delivered at all times. This is monitored and visualised by the controls.

The Rinnai smart controls also monitor running hours and service requirements. As Rinnai units are on-demand, operating only when a tap is turned on, suggested service periods can be ascertained from running hours, as well as early warning of scale build up.

Rinnai HDC units now contain smart lime scale notification systems to maintain system integrity and prevent in-efficiencies from scale accumulation. Rinnai’s Infinity brand carries the widest range of condensing water heaters on the market today with the most impressive efficiencies in operation, leading the field in technological innovation.

Rinnai’s technically advanced condensing hot water heating units are precision engineered to provide simple, effective solutions for all types of Facilities applications. The units are renewable-ready (suitable for use as a temperature booster for solar thermal and heat-pump).

Rinnai also offers a complete design and selection survey to assist with any commercial project of any size.

“Rinnai innovation and advanced technology is now a known alternative to traditional technologies. It is an alternative that is far more efficient and cost effective for the end user and trouble free installation for the installer,” says Rinnai’s Chris Goggin.

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