Free heating & hot water system design from Rinnai
Rinnai is providing a new free service that designs the ideal heating and hot water system suited specifically to the customer’s requirements. Designing to the needs of the individual site or property ensures that savings can be made in purchase and running costs as well as carbon emissions.
The company will advise the customer on what system should be installed, as well as designing heating and hot water that uniquely complements the site. Operations director Chris Goggin says: “We believe implicitly in this basic premise: we do the best we can, and we achieve what our customers want and expect. And that includes anticipating the future. We are manufacturers of proven excellence and are using our core competencies of design engineering solutions to suit all possible future needs and fuels.”
For example, the company says hybrid heat pump or solar thermal with BioLPG options could be the most suitable solution for off-grid rural locations, especially those with high demand for heating and hot water. And city occupants can consider hybrid designs, including hydrogen-ready units for gas blends of up to 20 per cent.
Rinnai says its commercial hot water and heating units and systems are now ready for use with hydrogen blends – including all N Series… Read Full Article
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