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Rinnai HD55E Infinity External Multipoint Water Heater 52.6kW | NATURAL GAS

Excl. Tax: £1,828.00 Incl. Tax: £2,193.60

Rinnai Heavy Duty 55e Low-NOx Commercial (20% Hydrogen Ready) Gas Fired Water Heater

The Rinnai Infinity Low NOx 55e water heater is an external wall mounted, continuous flow water heater that is capable of running on natural gas or LPG. The hydrogen and bioLPG ready water heaters can supply in excess of 820 litres/hr. The mixture of power and flexibility ensure that the Infinity Low NOx commercial water heater is ideal for light commercial to large industrial sites where plant room space is limited.

The HD55e water heater incorporates patented down firing pre-mix burner technology that ensures the appliances produce less than 20ppm NOx.

Fuel Natural Gas | Power 52.6 kW | Weight 28kg | Dim 670 x 470 x 222mm (H x W x D) | 

  • Specifications

    Installation External
    Fuel Natural Gas or LPG*
    Control Modulating
    Gas consumption
    Natural gas 52.6 kW max
    Propane 52.6 kW max
    Exhaust type Direct forced exhaust(No flue required)
    Ignition Electronic
    Burner Stainless steel
    Low NOx Less than 20ppm
    Height 670mm
    Width 470mm
    Depth 222mm
    Weight 28 kg
    Water flow rate 1.5** to 37L/min
    Minimum operating pressure 1.0 Bar
    Noise level 41 db(A)
    Gas 3/4 bsp
    Water inlet 3/4 bsp
    Water outlet 3/4 bsp
    Condensate outlet 1/2 bsp
    Electrical Supply 230 AC 50 Hz 1ph

    ** Minimum flow rate based on temperature set point and inlet conditions

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    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.