Rinnai Launches TRX Compact Wall-Mount System
August 24, 2021
Peachtree City, GA
Press Release: For Immediate Release
Rinnai’s TRX Compact Wall-Mount System
The Compact Wall-Mount System has a new packaging and design allowing contractors to gain savings of substantial time and space
PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. (August 24, 2021) – Introducing the TRX Compact Wall-Mount SystemTM, Rinnai America Corporation’s latest product innovation, which delivers a compact, reliable, flexible water heating system. Designed to offer faster and more flexible installation in an easy to transport package, the TRX system provides solutions to save contractors valuable time and scarce mechanical room space.
“By rethinking the way contractors obtain, transport and install our rack systems, we have produced a game-changer for the industry,” said Dale Schmitz, Senior Marketing Manager, Rinnai America Corporation. “The TRX Compact will offer contractors the same reliable water heating system but allow them to complete more jobs with ease.”
With a need for simple transportation, installation, and a way to engage customers, the newly packaged TRX system will deliver on all three.
Contractors will be able to move the TRX system from truck to job site easily while also cutting back on installation time, as the system is shipped pretested and preassembled. This advantage provides contractors a better way of working, taking less of their valuable time as they will no longer have to manifold their own system, and increasing the opportunity to take on additional jobs. A win-win all-around. And a much-needed fast, simple solution for contractors, especially with existing labor shortages.
Compared to other rack systems, the TRX takes up 39 x 39 inches on a wall, positively impacting space constraints in most mechanical rooms, especially in the foodservice and hospitality categories which can be managed in cramped quarters. When contractors find themselves in a tight area and there’s no blank wall space available for a flush mount, an additional bracket option adds about two inches to clear any standard piping as long as there is access to four mounting points. These advantages make the TRX one of the most flexible rack systems available.
The updated packaging also allows three TRX systems per shipment, providing efficient inventory for distributors and making the product more readily available for contractors.
“We wanted to make this rack system more accessible to our contractors,” said Schmitz. “And with TRX’s new compact size, there’s no need to use a forklift to move it, as the carton can be easily unloaded from a truck bed and is portable through any 32-inch door opening.
With improved packaging, flexibility in installation and its compact size, the TRX will provide contractors with all the advantages they’ll need to get their client’s jobs completed fast and on time.
To learn more about Rinnai’s TRX Compact Wall-Mount System, visit www.rinnai.us.
Rinnai Media Contact:
Katie Mickschl, Senior PR Specialist