Rinnai Showcases Water and Home Heating Innovations at 2016 Pacific Coast Building Conference
Peachtree City, Georgia, June 15, 2016 - Rinnai America, the number-one selling brand of tankless water heaters in the United States and Canada, is showcasing its latest innovations in water heating and home heating at this year’s Pacific Coast Building Conference (PCBC) in San Francisco, including exhibiting wireless connectivity for its new and existing gas tankless water heaters dating back as far as ten years.
“With the PCBC 2016 theme set as ‘Different Moves In,’ it's the perfect stage to showcase our home heating products that are set apart by bold, innovative engineering and design,” said David Federico, Senior Brand Manager at Rinnai America Corporation. “We’re looking forward to meeting with the west coast’s brightest minds and leaders in the building industry at this year’s conference.”
Rinnai will showcase its high-performing tankless water heating options, including its energy-efficient Ultra Series Tankless Water Heater RUR98i model and its Value Series V75e with the perfect combination of savings and comfort. Also in the booth, Rinnai will highlight its EnergySaver® Direct Vent Wall Furnace EX22CN for whole-house heating.
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PRODUCTS SHOWCASED AT BOOTH #1910
Water Heating Products
Wi-Fi Module, App and Push Buttons
Rinnai’s Wi-Fi module, app and push buttons connect to its gas tankless units, new and existing, to give consumers control of their Rinnai gas tankless water heaters. The push buttons offer convenience by syncing with the recirculation system to provide on-demand hot water at the push of a button. The wireless connectivity also benefits dealers by serving as a remote diagnostics tool, saving time with maintenance alerts. The Wi-Fi module complies with California Energy Commission’s Title 24 requirements by using its sensor to measure the water temperature at the furthest point and turn off the recirculation when the water gets to the desired temperature.
The RUR98i features a breakthrough in recirculation technology that allows users to get an endless supply of hot water faster, while saving time, money and natural resources. The Ultra Series RUR models come equipped with an integrated pump, internal bypass line inside the unit and thermal bypass valve provided in the box, and will work with or without a dedicated recirculation line.
The Value Series V75e delivers the perfect combination of comfort and value, while providing homeowners with an endless supply of hot water, energy savings, a space-saving design and environmental benefits. The model at 180,000 BTU in natural gas and propane offers confidence-boosting reliability at an inviting price.
The EnergySaver® Direct Vent Wall Furnace model EX22C can transform any living space – from basement to sunroom, or even a whole home – with self-adjusting heat that keeps room temperature consistent, from floor to ceiling. Rinnai’s unique modulating technology can respond immediately to even the smallest temperature fluctuations adjusting within seconds to maintain the pre-set temperature.
Rinnai America Corporation, a subsidiary of Rinnai Corporation in Nagoya, Japan, was established in 1974 and is headquartered in Peachtree City, Ga. Rinnai Corporation manufactures gas appliances including tankless water heaters, a wide range of kitchen appliances and heating and air conditioning units. As the technology leader in its industry, Rinnai is the largest gas appliance manufacturer in Japan and is the number-one selling brand of tankless gas water heaters in the United States and Canada. Annual corporate revenues, including those of its subsidiaries, are in excess of $3.1 billion. With a global perspective to create 21st-century products for the home and business, Rinnai Corporation commits itself to safety and the pursuit of comfortable lifestyles. For more information about Rinnai’s entire product line, visit www.rinnai.us.