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Temperature controlled continuous flow gas hot water system for external applications. Factory preset to 55 °C.

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Rinnai INFINITY® HDi200 Internal Gas hot water unit designed to provide 26 litres of hot water and is ideal for both commercial and residential users. It provides the benefits of being able to locate the unit in the centre of a home and closer to hot water outlets.

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External continuous flow gas hot water heater preset to 75 °C with status monitor.

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The Rinnai Kitchen Deluxe Controller works in conjunction with the Rinnai Bathroom Deluxe Controller. Digital controllers allow you to select the exact temperature of the hot water at the tap within the controller temperature range.

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The Rinnai Bathroom Deluxe Controller  works in conjunction with the Rinnai Kitchen Deluxe Controller. Digital controllers allow you to select the exact temperature of the hot water at the tap within the controller temperature range.

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The Rinnai Compact Controller is our smallest, most affordable model. Digital controllers allow you to select the exact temperature of the hot water at the tap within the controller temperature range.

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The Rinnai Metal Recess Box enables an external continuous flow gas water heater to be recessed (either fully or semi recessed) into an external wall, behind a door and out of sight.

Construction
Folded galvanised steel, powder coated white. The recess box is supplied in white and can be easily customised to complement the house exterior by the owner or installer.

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The Rinnai Composite Recess Box is an affordable alternative to the Rinnai Metal Recess Box for housing your Rinnai Infinity unit, pipe work and power supply, and can be painted to match your house.

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This is our most efficient continuous flow gas hot water system. Rinnai INFINITY® EF condensing continuous flow gas water heaters effectively capture waste heat from the flue gas through the use of a secondary heat exchanger to help heat the water with less energy.