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Rinnai introduces carbon cost comparison aid

Pioneering hot water heater manufacturer Rinnai has unveiled its new Rinnai Carbon Cost Comparison Form.

The form, which is available free of charge, is designed to help users reduce their carbon footprints across their sites. It can be found on the Rinnai website.

The form offers an appraisal of a site’s current hot water delivery system, along with recommendations for reducing the carbon load. Once the form is submitted, Rinnai makes a thorough analysis and feeds back to the user. Hard copies of the form are available on request.

Filling out the form is straightforward – the user simply needs to enter their current model and system, maximum gross input power, quantity needed, type of outlet (e.g., shower, washing basin), and the daily number of peak demands. Collected data is then passed to the Rinnai technical team, which calculates the emissions and savings that could be made on both carbon load and fuel costs.    

The Rinnai Carbon Cost Comparison Form is part of the Rinnai suite of innovative digital touchpoints. These pages are designed to make customer decision making fluid and specific.

Rinnai’s Chris Goggin said: “Continuous flow hot water heating units and systems deliver proven reductions on working costs and quantifiable improvements in energy efficiency, as well as provision of temperature-controlled end product whenever the need arises. The user pays for only fuel used to heat the water at point of use – NOT when on standby as in stored tank holding systems, creating cost effective and carbon reducing solutions for systems on the gas grid. Our carbon calculation service however will compare our complete array of hydrogen blend-ready water heaters, hybrid solar and heat pump systems, and stand-alone heat pump solutions, providing our customers with market leading low carbon solutions."

Rinnai designs and produces over two million units a year. The company has established a reputation for high performance, robust cost efficiency, and extended working lives. Rinnai hot water products offer a limitless supply of instantaneous temperature-controlled hot water that, at 65 degrees Celsius, can act as a thermal disinfectant on all known bacteria. All Rinnai units are UKCA certified, with A-rated water efficiency, and offer multiple fuel options.

Rinnai is committed to decarbonisation. The Rinnai N series is hydrogen-blends ready and can use BioLPG capable of delivering NetZero carbon emissions.

Rinnai offer comprehensive training courses and technical support in all aspects of the water heating industry. More information is on Rinnai’s Help Me Choose page.

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