Rinnai introduce website 'help me choose' the right product for any site service

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Continuous flow hot water - fuel, energy, installation, environment and finance efficient with major savings possible

Rinnai is now offering all sites, especially those in Healthcare, a ‘Help Me Choose’ facility via the company’s own digital touchpoints.  This service is being emphasised in conjunction with ‘now’ being an ideal time to replace old, inefficient stored water systems which may be causing emergency breakdowns. Significant operational expenditure advantages, reduced energy costs and carbon reductions readily made make the switch to the hot water continuous flow method. 

Anyone in healthcare – hospitals of any size, care homes, GP surgeries, day centres and health centres - simply visits the website for instant assistance on choosing the right products to deliver limitless hot water yielding real fuel, energy, and environmental efficiencies.  Rinnai hot water is proven to be temperature controlled and accurate. This feature acts as a thermal disinfectant to any laundry carried out in care homes or healthcare sites.

Provided there is a constant supply of gas and water Rinnai hot water heating units are guaranteed to supply temperature accurate hot water in unlimited quantities for all hygiene regimes in all types of sites.

Rinnai is also offering FREE surveys and a complete cost comparison report customised to any site needing to update and improve their hot water delivery unit or system. The reports need basic data from the site – plantroom, current hot water delivery system, demand, number of outlets, peak usage, required temperature of the hot water.

This is then analysed into a comprehensive report based on the physical and carbon footprint to include the Life Cycle costs – especially initial capital expenditure and, most importantly for the site, operation costs, and any savings.

Rinnai has geared its entire operation to assist all healthcare sites to meet the challenges of the Covid-19 situation. Also new from Rinnai: social distancing aids; 24/7 technical support; 24/7 product and spares availability.

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