A rated energy labelling

Published:  10 March, 2016

Rinnai is giving HVP readers the chance to win a continuous flow hot water heating unit worth over £1,000.

Rinnai, a UK manufacturer of continuous flow gas-fired water heaters, is putting A-rated Energy Related Products (ErP) labels on all of its units. The company’s A-rated appliances range from load profile ‘S’ for domestic models up to load profile ‘XXL’ for industrial units.

ErP labelling of products is designed to offer transparency to both contractors and their end user customers, who will now have a clear guide to aid them when looking for the most energy efficient units.

The A-rating applies to a unit when in use, ie when fuel is being  consumed. As Rinnai appliances only use fuel when water is needed, they suffer no standing losses, making them particularly efficient in comparison to stored hot water systems.

Rinnai’s range of continuous flow gas fired water heaters includes heavy duty and condensing units engineered to produce high efficiencies and low running costs. All Rinnai units meet and exceed all current and planned Building Regulations and are A rated under the new ErP regulations.

The Rinnai 16i allows water temperatures to be pre-set through easy-to-use, built-in digital controls, eliminating the risk of scalding and eradicating the need for thermostatic mixing valves. The Rinnai Infinity 16i weighs 18kg and measures less than 675mm high, with a width of 139mm.

Rinnai offers installers expert help on installed system labelling. Installers will be responsible for creating the labels for those installations that combine a water heater with other appliances in a system, for example with renewable technologies.

How to enter

To be in with a chance of winning a Rinnai continuous flow gas-fired water heater worth over £1,000, print off this entry form, fill in your details and post it back to us for free to this address:

HVP/Rinnai Competition
32 Vauxhall Bridge Road
London SW1V 2SS

Alternatively, you can enter the competition via email by copying and pasting the entry form and emailing your completed answer to hvpmag@mail.hgluk.net. The closing date for entries is 11 April, 2016. 

Q.  How much does the Rinnai infinity 16i weigh?

A: 16kg

B: 18kg

C: 20kg

 

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Terms and conditions: • One winner will receive a Rinnai continuous flow gas-fired water heater • The prize is as stated and no alternative, substitute or upgrade will be given • By entering the competition you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions and all instructions set out above • The competition is open to registered UK readers of HVP over 18 years of age, except employees of Rinnai and the Hemming Group • No purchase necessary • Only one entry per reader • No responsibility is accepted for illegible entries, or for those lost, delayed or damaged in the post • The editor’s decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered into • Prizes subject to availability.

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