Rinnai invest in new website

Published:  07 August, 2015

Rinnai UK has launched a brand new company website in response to the needs of the industry and in careful consultation with Rinnai partners and installers.

Packed with information presented in an easily accessible form, it has been designed to make life easier for both installers and endusers.

The site www.rinnaiuk.com carries all the need to know information about Rinnai’s wide range of traditional and renewable products and systems.

It also offers a helping hand when it comes to designing hot water systems. For example, visitors to the site can request a call back from a Rinnai technical expert or request a brochure. There is also a ‘Help me choose a product’ function, which guarantees fast turnaround of advice from a Rinnai expert on the best system tailored exactly to the enquirer’s needs.

The product section also uses a simple tick box process to pinpoint the correct product so, if you are looking for a commercial condensing low NOx water heater, the website advises looking at the HDC1600 – 52kW model.

The site also offers a library of videos as well as Rinnai’s H2Otechnology resource, which covers the technology of continuous flow water systems along with other methods; reviews renewables technology; the latest news on legislation and regulations; and discusses system design considerations.

There is also a helpful section answering frequently asked questions, and case studies are featured as well as news about Rinnai UK’s forthcoming CPD training road show dates.

Rinnai UK managing director Tony Gittings said: “As well as being able to browse Rinnai’s comprehensive range of energy efficient continuous flow water heaters and space heaters, and our renewables solutions, users of the new website will find a constantly expanding and evolving library of knowledge and news about the innovation and legislation that affects the way we all look at heating our hot water – all in one place.”

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