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The Rinnai HDC 1200i continuous model for use on all high demand commercial sites is now available.

A continuous flow water heating unit will deliver limitless amounts of usable hot water, whatever the site - school, hospital, hotel, office blocks, or leisure club with no fluctuations in water delivery temperature. The only time the site uses energy to heat water is when there is a demand. In other words, it is only burning gas when a tap or shower is being run.

HDC 1200i is capable of delivering in excess of 1560 litres per hour and guarantees unparalleled levels of efficiency and hot water delivery for the end user whilst streamlining installations and guaranteeing future regulatory compliance.

This water heating unit can also be combined as multiple units into one single, easy-to-handle module incorporating cascade frames and common flue. The Rinnai Infinity HDC 1200i water heater uses heat exchanger technology to allow the largest capacity flow rates, thereby guaranteeing all the hot water needed, when it is needed.

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