Many commercial or institutional environments such as school kitchens, hotels and restaurants have high demands for hot water at certain times of day, often at high temperatures to satisfy health requirements. Meeting these requirements with a stored hot water system can be difficult as the reheat time may be longer than the period of use. Rinnai hot water systems fulfil requirements for new or existing projects, providing the optimum solution by using individual or banks of heaters manifolded together.
The Rinnai Continuous Flow Hot Water System suits many commercial applications including:
Rinnai Infinity HD55i Gas Instantaneous Multipoint Water Heater
|Installation||Internal Wall Mounted|
|Exhaust System||Room Sealed Forced Flue|
|Temperature Range||37 - 85oC|
|Ignition Method||Direct Electronic|
|Natural Gas Consumption||3.02 kW - 58.4 kW max|
|Propane Gas Consumption||3.02 kW - 58.4 kW max|
|Hot Water Delivery Capacity||27.78 Litres per Minute raised by 25 oC
832.22 Litres per hour raised by 50 oC
|Minimum Operating Water Flow||1.5 Litres per Minute|
|Nominal Operating Pressure||1 to 10 bar|
|Power Supply||230V AC 50 Hz|
|Electrical Consumption||66W normal 100W max frost protection|
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.