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Rinnai 17i Low NOx Domestic Gas Multi-point Water Heater LPG

Excl. Tax: £688.00 Incl. Tax: £825.60

  • Continuous flow water heaters are an advanced variant of traditional multipoint waters heaters, they are far more efficient than storage systems and are the preferred method of heating water. Restaurants and domestic properties are a prime example of this as they require high volumes of water at intermittent times of the day, delivered at accurate temperatures to ensure user comfort and safety.
With Rinnai continuous flow hot water system you will never run out of hot water again.


Fuel LPG | Power 35 kW | Weight 14 kg | Dimensions 541 x 373 x 173 mm (H x W x D) | Warranty 1 Year Parts and Labour

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SKU
17i-LPG
  • DESCRIPTION
    • Ultra Low-NOx surpassing ECO-DESIGN requirements 
    • Internal wall mounted
    • Room sealed
    • Temperature range of 37-65 degrees centigrade 
    • Ignition Direct Electronic 
    • Easy installation 
    • Light Weight - 14kg 
    • 17L Capacity
    • Push Fit Flue System 
    • Simple Wiring 
    • H (541) W(373) D(173)
    • Inbuilt Frost Protection 

    Rinnai Infinity 17i Gas Instantaneous Multipoint Water Heater

    Installation Internal Wall Mounted
    Height 541 mm
    Width 373 mm
    Depth

    173 mm

    Weight 14 kg
    Exhaust System Room Sealed Forced Flue
    Temperature Range 37-65 oC
    Ignition Method Direct Electronic
    Natural Gas Consumption 4.53 kW - 36 kW max
    Gas Usage 3.43m3
    Propane Gas Consumption 4.9kW - 36.8 kW max
    Gas Usage 2.58 kg per Hour
    Hot Water Delivery Capacity 17 Litre2 per Minute raised by 25 oC
    Minimum Operating Water Flow 2.4 Litres per Minute
    Nominal Operating Pressure 1-8.3 Bar
    Power Supply 230V AC 50 Hz 1ph
    Electrical Consumption 80W

    Gas Safety Warning Although there are many DIY tasks you can safely perform at home, unless you are a trained professional, working with gas appliances is not one of them. A Gas Safe registered installer with the required competence to do the particular work should always be used. By law (a) anyone (whether an employer or self-employed) running a business, e.g. a plumber, who carries out work on a gas appliance/fitting must be Gas Safe registered and (b) any individual doing gas work must be competent to do it safely. DIY gas work could be dangerous and is likely to be illegal.