Rinnai water heater incorporates storage to reduce peak gas use

Rinnai, DHW, domestic hot water, Energy efficiency

Rinnai’s Infinity Solo condensing low-NOx water heater combines a wall-mounted continuous-flow water heater with a stainless-steel storage heater in one compact unit. There are versions rated at 35 and 54 kW to enable sites with a smaller gas meter to use this technology. The larger Infinity Solo model provides a high-efficiency alternative to gas-fired storage appliances.

The stainless-steel cylinder reduces the weight compared to glass-lined models.

The cylinders have a very low heat loss — 1.41 kWh a day.

The Infinity Solo range is renewables compatible and supplied prefitted with a coil so that the primary energy source will always be from renewable gains, supported by the gas-fired water heater.

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