Domestic hot water

Rinnai,  domestic hot water, DHW

Rinnai has developed a web site about the provision of domestic hot water aimed at installers, specifiers and end users. Its scope includes continuous-flow systems, and it also reviews renewables technology — giving the latest news in legislation and regulations. The site also discusses overall system design, with the overall aim of delivering hot water in the most cost effective and energy-efficient manner.

Called H20technology, the site also discusses of changes to Part L and the Eco-design of the Energy-related Products Directive affect the building-services industry.

There is a section covering frequently asked questions, and the site’s technical experts are encouraging users to post their own question to receive an objective and informed answer.

The site also carries news about forthcoming CPD and training events.

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