Upgrade to a More Efficient Hot Water System with Rinnai Enviroflo

Designed and manufactured in Australia, the Rinnai Enviroflo range of Electric Integrated Heat Pump hot water systems deliver a comprehensive set of installation configurations perfect for the various site-specific requirements around the country.

 

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The innovative controller works to maximise hot water availability while using up to 75% less energy*, compared to a standard electric storage tank. Available in a range of capacity sizes and can be equipped with magnesium or hard water anodes to further customise their capabilities to suit the application.

A standard feature of the Rinnai Enviroflo is the single element boost, that allows the product to be used in high demand applications or even cold ambient conditions, meaning you will enjoy always hot water all year round.

Built locally to outlast the tough Australian conditions, these tanks have been designed and tested to operate with water pressures up to 1000kPa, much higher than normal. Best of all, they are lighter in weight to aid quick and safe installation whilst having a minimal impact on the environment.

The included innovative controller works to maximise hot water availability while using significantly less energy, compared to a conventional, medium size electric storage tank. Combine this with the included Wi-Fi enabled Timer Function allowing you to utilise solar PV usage, and watch your energy consumption drop. These tanks have been designed and tested to operate with water pressures up to 850kPa. Best of all, they are lighter in weight to aid quick and safe installation whilst having a minimal impact on the environment.

  • Energy Efficient
  • Environmentally Focused
  • Reliable
  • Adaptable for All Climates
  • Auto Disinfection
  • Defrost Control

Enviroflo’s innovative design allows it to be eligible for Grants through the Federal Governments Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme, generously covering a proportion of the up-front costs of purchasing and installing the system. These grants are called Small-scale Technology Certificates (STC’s) and are offered based on how sustainable a hot water system is.

Learn more about Rinnai’s new range today at the website.






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