Rinnai Corporation, manufacturer of tankless gas water heaters, has launched three new product lines: The next generation Sensei Tankless Water Heater, the M-Series Condensing Boiler and the Demand Duo 80-Hybrid Commercial Water Heating System.
All three products have Wi-Fi monitoring and mobile app integration, and are specifically designed for the needs of the North American market
“Rinnai is committed to enhancing lives by changing the way water is heated,” said Frank Windsor, chief operating officer. “The launch of these new products shows our dedication to our customers and to the water heating industry.
“As far as installation, we’ve engineered the Sensei Tankless water heater with the most versatile venting solutions and the longest 2-inch vent run in the industry,” said Joe Holliday, Sr. Director, Product and Business Development.
The Sensei also features a total of 14 vent configurations (four more than the nearest competitor), a 65-foot vent run with 2-inch PVC and quick and easy gas conversion; giving professional the options to best support their customers and accommodate their changing needs.
The Sensei Tankless Water Heater is designed to self compensate in areas with low or fluctuating gas pressures to optimize performance.
The Rinnai engineering team, has also improved the serviceability of the Sensei. Every component was designed to be removed in under 10 minutes, including the heat exchanger, water flow servo, PCB and turbo fan. The new design also incorporates the use of stainless steel primary and secondary heat exchangers. “Our vertically integrated operating structure means that all of the key components of our products are manufactured by Rinnai, ensuring the quality you’ve come to expect from our country,” said Holliday.
The new M-Series Condensing Gas Boiler features increased heating output range, hot water output and heat exchange performance. Rinnai’s heat engine, combines new burner technology with a stainless-steel water heat exchanger for improved efficiency, lower emissions, increased reliability and fast response.
The M-Series Boiler’s service points have been moved to the front left side of the unit; simply lift and remove the cover for easy, full access.
Rinnai has also introduced a smaller, more versatile line extension of the Demand Duo Hybrid Water Heating System. Originally available only in a 119-gallon version, the new 80-gallon unit offers a more compact yet simple-to-install solution that combines the best of both tank and tankless technologies.