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Tankless 17i Low NOx (35kW) Domestic Gas Multi-point Water Heater Natural Gas

Tankless 17i Low NOx (35kW) Domestic Gas Multi-point Water Heater Natural Gas

Rinnai Gas Multi-Point 17i Low NOx Internal Water Heater

Revolutionise and go continuous flow with Rinnai high efficiency Low NOx multipoint water heaters.

"100% accurate water temperature control"

Continuous flow water heaters are an advanced varient of traditional multipoint waters heaters, they are far more efficient than storage systems and are the preffered method of heating water. Resturants and domestic properties are a prime example of this as they require high volumes of water at intermittent times of the day, delivered at accurate temperatures to ensure user comfort and safety.
With Rinnai continuous flow hot water system you will never run out of hot water again.

*ideal replacement for Vokera Water heaters, Chaffoteaux water heaters and Main water heaters. 

Key Features

  • Ultra Low-NOx surpassing ECO-DESIGN requirments 
  • Internal wall mounted
  • Room sealed
  • Temperature range of 37-65 degrees centigrade 
  • Ignition Direct Electronic 
  • Easy installation 
  • Light Weight - 14kg 
  • 17L Capacity
  • Push Fit Flue System 
  • Simple Wiring 
  • H (541) W(373) D(173)
  • Inbuild Frost Protection 
  • Externally Wallmounted varients


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Specifications

Installation Internal wall mounted
Height 541mm
Width 373mm
Depth 173mm
Weight 14kg
Exhaust system Room sealed
Temperature range 37°C - 65°C
Ignition method Direct electronic

Gas consumption

 

Natural gas

 

4.53kW - 36kW max

Gas Usage - 3.43m3

Propane

4.9kW - 36.8kW max

Gas Usage - 2.58kg/hr

Hot water delivery capacity 17 ltr/min raise 25°C
Min operating water flow 2.4 ltr/min
Nominal operating pressure 1 - 8.3 bar
Power supply 230V AC 50Hz 1ph
Electrical consumption 80W

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