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Rinnai - hot water heating units & systems - training courses for the winter

10 September 2020

Rinnai, the UK leader in continuous flow hot water heating systems and units, has announced its forthcoming Training Programme for the Autumn, via any communications platform including Microsoft Teams or Zoom.

Rinnai is at the forefront of innovative and efficient systems and technology – the company makes over 2 million water heating units each year – and the UK water heating industry is facing a tangled maze of environmental and politically driven market forces, including the need to reduce carbon emissions within new and existing buildings.

Rinnai through its regular programme of Training courses, is aiming to ensure that all installers, engineers & designers have the latest current knowledge necessary to make informed decisions.

Says Chris Goggin, Operation Director, “Our training programmes for installers are designed to maximise energy efficiencies for any site, no matter what the operations there.

"Our product range is designed for to make for an easy life for installers - from the one-man lift of nearly all units through to trouble free installation."

Specific training can be tailored to cover all aspects of commissioning and servicing processes, to deliver consistency.

Rinnai has invested in a successful combination of a fully equipped training facility supported by a complete state of the art multimedia suite – which can deliver bite-size 1-hour courses to suit the needs of any installing organisation. Due to the current climate with COVID-19, all training sessions for the foreseeable future will be done the communications platform of your choice including Microsoft Teams or Zoom.

The courses will be around 2 hours in length and will cover Installation, Service and Repair of our commercial water heater range.

A booking confirmation will be sent by email along with a schedule reminder.

For more information on the Training sessions, please call 01928 531870 and select option 2 for Technical.

Course Titles:

Course 1 - Installation & Service Training on our new N Series Water Heaters.
Course 2 – Domestic A series and combi boiler Training
Course 3 – Installation, Maintenance & Service of the HD Range (HD50, HD55, HDC1200, HDC1500, HDC1600).

Upcoming Course Dates:

10th Sept Course 3 (10am - 12pm)
24th Sept Course 1 (10am - 12pm)
8th Oct Course 3 (10am - 12pm)
22nd Oct Course 1 (10am - 12pm)
5th Nov Course 3 (10am - 12pm)
19th Nov Course 1 (10am - 12pm)
3rd Dec Course 3 (10am - 12pm

Call 01928 531 870 or email – or, alternatively use the smart online contact points “Help Me Choose” or “Ask Us a Question”, all held on the website homepage at

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