Rinnai Infinity 16 Gas Continuous Flow Hot Water Heater

Rinnai Infinity 16 Gas Continuous Flow Hot Water Heater

A well-known hot water heater for small residential homes is the Rinnai Infinity 16 continuous flow. This unit is compact and will continuously supply hot water. This particular model is also the most energy efficient of the continuous flow systems on the market, with a 6.2 star rating. The unit comes with added efficiency to improve energy usage and running cost. By only heating the water when it is needed you’re saving money on your gas bill.

With the modern technology the units are self-diagnosing and display error codes if something should occur to, making it easily repairable.

Description

Features:

6 star energy rating

  • Sleek and compact design
  • Water heater status operation monitor
  • Compatible with low flow shower head
  • High quality and durable components – engineered to last
  • Temperature control cables with quick connect system
  • 12 years warranty
  • Japanese design
  • Temperature stability technology

Specifications:

Flow rate litre/minute (25 degree rise) – 16

Minimum operating flow rate – 24

Installation:

External

Gas consumption MJ/h (high) – 125

Pre-set temps – 50/60 degrees

Gas type:

Ng & LP

Weight:

15 kg

Water pressure supply:

Maximum – 1000kpa

Minimum – 120kpa

Water connection:

Cold – 15 (1/2”) mm

Hot – 15 (1/2”) mm

With a recess box the system is quite stylish, it fits flush against your external wall and is installed with pipe covers in the same colour to discreetly hide any exposed pipe work leaving the unit neat and tidy. The compact system can easily be installed into space limited areas. The unit is also fitted with a security bracket to ensure your system is protected.

To keep everyone happy the heater comes with additional water controllers, these are convenient and allow the temperature to be adjusted suiting all requirements.

For harsh weather prone areas, the Rinnai Infinity comes with frost protection, stopping your unit and inside pipework freezing or building up ice particles.

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