September 26, 2013

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. (Sept. 26, 2013) — Rinnai America Corporation is introducing its latest E Series Boiler — the E50C Condensing Combi Boiler.

The ideal solution for residential home-heating and water-heating needs, the E50C is more cost effective to install, requiring fewer pumps and no primary secondary piping for common installations.

Designed for smaller residential applications with up to 1.5 baths, similar to a Cape Cod-style cottage, the E50C touts the highest efficiency of any combi boiler on the market, 95.6 percent AFUE, which translates into reduced monthly energy bills for homeowners.

“We’ve engineered a boiler to better meet the needs of smaller residential applications. We’ve reviewed the competitive landscape and developed a product with the Rinnai quality that homeowners trust, while offering building professionals yet another way to better meet their homeowners’ exact home- heating and water-heating needs,” said Tracy Young, product manager at Rinnai.

Compatible with a 1/2-inch gas line, the new E50C boiler can be fueled by natural gas or propane, has an input range of 13,600 to 50,000 Btu and only requires a minimum gas pressure of a 3-inch W.C.

The E50C Boiler is also appropriate in multi-family applications with up to 1.5 baths.

Rinnai E Series Boilers

Rinnai E Series Boilers are designed for residences with smaller domestic hot-water requirements—one to two baths. Two models in the E Series use an integrated single-speed boiler pump and three-way valve that provide domestic priority and supply a home with heat, as well as continuous hot water. The proprietary stainless-steel heat exchanger is unmatched in the industry for performance and durability. E Series Boilers are engineered to offer residents the perfect heating solution. Unlike most traditional boilers, Rinnai E Series Boilers are wall hung offering additional space savings and installation flexibility. All E Series Boilers are approved for venting lengths to 200 equivalent feet and comply with the SCAQMD low NOx requirements.