Rinnai – A leading hot water system brand around the world
Rinnai is a popular name in Australia and that would be because of the broad range of products they offer to the Adelaide market. With everything from gas fired room heaters (both decorative and portable), gas barbeques and gas fired clothes dryers there’s not too many things Rinnai don’t do when it comes to appliances which use both natural gas and LPG. BUT what Rinnai have made a serious dent into the Adelaide market is with their range of energy efficient water heating appliances.
Rinnai’s head office is located in Nagoya, Japan and was incorporated back in 1920. Rinnai today produces tankless hot water systems globally with 86 offices worldwide including Australia. Rinnai produces its own brand of hot water services along with manufacturing and rebranding the same products for other distributors such as Bradford White and GE across the globe. For over 40 years now Rinnai have been supplying Australians with high efficiency water heating products. It’s not just tankless or instantaneous units which Rinnai now manufacture and supply to the Adelaide hot water market, they also produce electric storage systems and also solar models through there prestige and sun master ranges, these products all come in various sized capacities allowing for the correct amount of hot water to be delivered to your home, apartment block, hospital or commercial factory.
The Rinnai Infinity is a particular name which households who had one of the older style instantaneous water heaters installed would today be familiar with, but as time goes on so do advances in technology. Rinnai today produce other models in their tankless water heater range such as the V1200, B16, B20 and B26 models. These models can perform the same tasks as the previous Infinity range of heaters and still provide the same reliability just a slightly different looking unit.
When it comes to commercial hot water systems Rinnai has a variety of different options depending on how great the demand is going to be. For example, there instantaneous units can be manifolded together to provide a much larger capacity for instant hot water and then there are also other options using Rinnai’s demand duo package which can have up to 6 instant gas units linked up to it allowing for ample hot water delivery to student accommodation and hotels where demand can at times be high.
Rinnai have local service agents located in Adelaide so getting your product repaired under a manufacturer’s warranty is never a problem and we are also licensed installers of the whole Rinnai range of products.