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Now you can have it both ways continuous hot water and energy savings thanks to the new Rinnai Efficiency continuous flow water heater

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A view of a hot water system by Rinnai.

We have all been there looking at our energy bills and wondering how on earth they managed to get so expensive. Logically, we know we are concerned about the environment, and therefore try to save power and water. Yet time and again our efforts seem to be in vain, as the power usage appears undiminished.

Water heating is the largest single energy use in our homes, so it makes sense to take a closer look at the systems we use.

Rinnai, a company committed to smart, energy-efficient solutions, has already paved the way with Rinnai Infinity continuous flow hot water. And now Rinnai's answer to both endless hot water and added energy savings is the new Rinnai Efficiency continuous flow water heater.


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A view of a bathroom, tiled flooring and walls, brown wall, spot lights, white tub, chrome faucetry, mirror.

As demonstrated in Rinnai tests, this smart system provides unlimited hot water, along with 95% energy efficiency, which means lower running costs. For example, in an average household using 500 litres a day at 45°C, the new Rinnai Efficiency continuous flow water heater effectively saves you nearly half the costs of an electric tank depending on charges levied by your electricity and gas provider.

Digital controllers ensure the unit delivers the water at the exact temperature you want, such as 38°C the perfect temperature for an enjoyable shower. You can also relax knowing that the temperature won't be affected by others using hot water in the house, and that kids are kept safe with preset temperatures.

The comfort of endless hot water is now easier to enjoy with the new Rinnai Infinity wireless controller. No longer requiring cables to be run throughout the house, the controllers can be simply located in the bathroom, kitchen and laundry, and you're ready to go. This makes the wireless controllers ideal for the home handyman undertaking kitchen and bathroom renovation projects, or retro-fitting controllers to existing Infinity systems.

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A view of a hot water system by Rinnai.

For more details, or to request a brochure, contact Rinnai, phone 0800 Rinnai (746 624). Website: www.rinnai.co.nz.

Story by: Trendsideas

22 Jun, 2007

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