Rinnai’s stand at the forthcoming Installer SHOW will feature the Rinnai H3 initiative that consists of H1 – Hydrogen and BioLPG ready appliances, H2 – Hybrid systems and H3 – Heat pumps. The extensive range includes technologies for all mainstream varieties of energy including, LOW-GWP heat pumps (4-110kw), Hydrogen Blend 20% ready continuous flow water heaters and BioLPG ready commercial condensing water heaters, boilers along with Naked Energy solar thermal systems.
All options focus on creating decarbonisation pathways that are technically, practically, and economically feasible based upon real life requirements. The H3 range is supported by in-house design support along with carbon and cost modelling.
Operations Director, Chris Goggin, says: “We are delighted to be returning to InstallerSHOW, utilising this premier event as a platform to showcase our practical solutions to the enigmatic energy climate we find ourselves navigating through. It is obvious that there is no one single answer to achieve NetZero. We believe in a practical, economic, and technically feasible approach to finding a cost efficient and durable solution to each and every site – on and off grid. We will be showing the product range and a wide variety of support material.”
A recent addition to the Rinnai range is a 12-year warranty on all i2HY20 tested and certified hot water heating units.
Rinnai’s H1/H2/H3 offers multiple avenues of cost reducing decarbonisation across various energy vectors. To create a healthier way of living, Rinnai is expanding customer choices in hot water provision as well as heating domestic and commercial buildings through a wide range of renewable energy systems. Rinnai’s solar thermal water heating systems are designed as a market leading solution that saves up to 3.5 times more carbon per m2 compared to conventional solar technology. This, combined with the Rinnai Hydrogen and BioLPG ready condensing water heater system, will save carbon and cost as the Rinnai water heaters will modulate from 58kW to 4.4kW dependent on the solar input – therefore only using gas to boost the temperature when needed – harnessing renewable gains and not compromising on performance.
Rinnai intelligent condensing continuous flow water heaters can save more than 30% in operational running costs when compared to gas-fired storage systems, helping to reduce fuel costs and exposure to ever-increasing energy and climate change legislation. All solar thermal products in the range are precisely aligned with the hot water heating systems and units which are hydrogen blends-ready 20% and renewable liquid fuel (BioLPG and rDME) ready combustion technologies.
Rinnai’s H3 range of decarbonising products include commercial and domestic heat pumps that contain a variety of features: the HPIH range of commercial heat pumps is suited towards schools, restaurants, and small retail outlets. Rinnai’s HPIH Monobloc Air Source Heat Pumps – a 21, 26, 28 and 32kW range – can allow for up to seven units to be cascaded together or operate alone as one unit. Once joined together, they can serve increased demand for heating and hot water.
Rinnai’s HPHP series of LOW GWP heat pumps range from 48kW to 70kW. State-of-the-art technology added in the injection process outperforms gas compression technology and ensures that, even with outside temperatures of –25 Celsius, heating and hot water of up to 60 + Celsius can still be delivered.
Rinnai’s HPI SL range of models perform with ultra-low sound capability, ensuring compatibility with areas that hold strict sound compliance standards. All units operate in three different modes: heating, cooling and DHW and include specific system programmes that enhance product performance in all modes.
Rinnai’s H3 range is supported by free training courses, CPDs, FREE design services and extensive warranty options. Visit www.rinnai-uk.co.uk for further details.