O’Neil enjoys the Rinnai experience

Published:  05 April, 2017

Rinnai, space heating, energy efficiency

Heating for St Mary’s Church in Saltcoats is more efficient and effective since the previous system was replaced with Rinnai 1004T gas-fired wall space heaters. Six heaters were installed, and Ross McWhirter, installation manager for O’Neil Gas Services, which installed them, says, ‘The biggest part of the job was lifting the floors and running gas and electricity supplies to the units.’

He adds, ‘This is the first time we have used the Rinnai heaters, and I was very impressed with the outcome of the job. They are very quiet when running and get the church up to temperature very quickly.’

Following experience with St Mary’s Church, O’Neils has installed Rinnai heaters for commercial customers in a range of applications.

O’Neil is no stranger to other Rinnai products and also installs the company’s continuous-flow water heaters. One such project is Adeli Foods.

For more information on this story, click here: April 2017, 87

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