PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. (Jan. 8, 2012) – Rinnai America Corporation, most notably known as the manufacturer of North America’s number-one selling brand of tankless water heaters, recently introduced its Q Premier Boiler. The one-appliance heating and water-heating solution offers homeowners reliable comfort with enhanced capabilities, efficiency and versatility.
The Q Premier Boiler combines the efficiency of a Rinnai heating-only boiler coupled with a 24-gallon charged indirect tank, bringing the best of both technologies into a single unit.
“The Rinnai Q Premier Boiler is an engineered appliance that provides space heating and high-domestic output water heating,” said Tracy Young, product management specialist at Rinnai. “The unit can seamlessly transition to provide homeowners with the ultimate experience in total comfort.”
Rinnai’s Q Boiler, available in natural gas with propane conversion kits, can deliver 211 gallons of domestic hot water within the first hour.* When compared to the indirect tank leader, it uses less energy, helping to reduce a homeowner’s utility bills month after month. The Q Premier Boiler requires approximately 70 percent less space than a traditional floor-standing boiler and indirect-tank system offering additional installation flexibility.
An industry-exclusive heat exchanger provides unparalleled heating performance and the durability and reliability homeowners have come to expect from Rinnai. With its latest product introduction, Rinnai now offers a floor-standing boiler with the same high efficiency as Rinnai’s wall-mounted boiler.
For professionals, the fully assembled system is designed for a zero-clearance installation and offers a faster, easier install. Ideal for retrofit or new construction applications, the Q Premier Boiler is a complete solution with flexible plumbing and venting options, while greatly reducing the need for sourcing components.
The Rinnai Q Premier Boiler is now available nationally and will be on display at Rinnai’s booth during the AHR Expo (Booth #2683). For more information, visit www.rinnai.us.
*based on GAMA testing standard for indirect-fired water heaters