Pioneering hot water heater manufacturer Rinnai is creating practical, economical, and technically feasibility pathways to lower carbon emissions.
A major part of these low carbon pathways is the introduction of a comprehensive 12-year warranty on all its fully certified I2HY20 continuous flow hot water heaters, which are suited to installation as standalone gaseous water heaters or as hybrid hot water systems supporting solar thermal or heat pump technology.
These Rinnai UK product ranges are ‘hydrogen blends ready 20 per cent’, meaning that units will accept the proposed 20 per cent blend of hydrogen/natural gas. Rinnai UK is one of the first manufacturers to display the I2HY20 gas category certificate for all its products.
This is in addition to the other services offered in support of all I2HY20 Rinnai products – full technical support service; system design service; BIM & CAD drawings & schematics; life cycle analysis & carbon footprint; comprehensive - and FREE - training courses & CPDs.
Rinnai offers H1, H2, & H3 solutions to the energy question and the cost-of-living squeeze which are all potential pathways to net zero.
- H1 – Hydrogen blends ready, renewable liquid fuel ready, and electric water heating equipment.
- H2 – Hybrid hot water systems – Including heat pumps, solar thermal, and electric.
- H3 – Market leading, Low GWP heat pumps.
Rinnai’s Chris Goggin said: “The introduction of our 12-year warranties is specifically designed to give all heating engineers, contractors, consultants, and end-users a solution that is practical, technically and economically viable, whilst enabling the ability to lower onsite carbon when blending commences. When these continuous flow water heaters approach end of life, it is expected within policy documents that 100 per cent Hydrogen could well be entering the grid system and we shall be ready to ease this transition.”