Rinnai heating for large spaces

Rinnai, fan convector, space heating

Rinnai’s Energysaver range of fanned-convection powered-flue gas-fired space heaters are designed specifically for use in schools, community centres, libraries, conservatories and churches and other large spaces. Recent enhancements to the range include the 559FT (pictured) and the 309FT.

These heaters have a sleek, modern casing to blend into the background in line with demands for modern interior aesthetics, while offering exceptionally high efficiencies in operation and reduced running costs.

The operation board is now easier to use. It is a touch-control pad on top of the appliance, rather than on the front with a flip-up cover. The unit is supplied with a child lock to prevent small hands tampering with the controls.

The 559FT has an output of 5.2 kW, with the 309FT having an output of 2.9 kW.

A much larger output of 10.2 kW is offered by the 1004T heater.

All Energysaver heaters can be controlled by a central time clock, even if a collection of heaters comprises different models.

These heaters heat the space from the floor up, rather than heat immediately rising to high level. Gas consumption is modulated in relation to room temperature.

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