Now you can have it both ways - continuous hot water and energy savings - thanks to the Rinnai Efficiency Continuous Flow Water Heater

Released on: October 20, 2008, 4:52 am

Press Release Author: David Waters

Industry: Small Business

Press Release Summary: Now you can have it both ways - continuous hot water and
energy savings - thanks to the Rinnai Efficiency Continuous Flow Water Heater

Press Release Body: We've all been there, looking at our energy bills and wondering
how on earth it managed to get so expensive. Logically we know we are concerned
about the environment and therefore try to save power and water. Yet time and again
our efforts seem to be in vain, as the power usage appears undiminished.

Water heating is the single largest energy use in our homes, so when planning to
renovate or build your new place, it makes sense to take a closer look at the
systems you use.

Committed to smart, energy-efficient solutions, Rinnai is proud to introduce their
answer to both endless hot water and added energy savings with lifestyle
environmental and financial benefits - the new Rinnai Efficiency Continuous Flow
Water Heater.

The new Rinnai Efficiency not only makes running out of hot water a thing of the
past but will reduce your energy costs and is environmentally friendly. As
demonstrated in Rinnai tests, smart system provides 95% energy efficiency, which
means lower running costs, saving you up to half the costs of an electric tank.2
Plus, using gas as a direct source of energy - as opposed to inefficiently burning
gas to create electricity - you are contributing to energy conservation and reducing
the manufacture of greenhouse gases.1

Available in both LPG and Natural Gas options, Rinnai Efficiency Continuous Flow
Water Heater is mounted on the outside of your house or building - freeing up space
for an extra linen cupboard or room in the pantry.

Renovate with Rinnai for smart, energy efficient solutions that deliver the simple
pleasures like long hot baths and endless showers.

Visit or call 0800 RINNAI (0800 746 624) for more information or to
request a brochure.

1 The Department of Building and Housing's draft paper "Energy Efficiency of
Buildings. Consultation on energy efficiency revision to the New Zealand Building
Code and Compliance Documents" compares CO2 emissions generated by different fuel
sources in the generation of hot water.


Prepared on behalf of Rinnai NZ Ltd by the pr shop. For further information, please
contact Katherine Deeb (09) 368 1078, 021 288 44 11 or email

Web Site:

Contact Details: Company Name: Rinnai
Contact Person: David Waters
Street Address: 105 Pavilion Drive Airport Oaks Mangere
City: Manukau
State: Auckland
Country: New Zealand
Pincode: 2150
Phone No.: 09 2573800
Fax No.: 09 2573899

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