Design Buy Build Issue 27 2017 - Page 43

Rinnai has recently supplied its system booster set. Capex cost savings are probable The inclusion of the electrolytic system efficiency systems for London-based SGA because the rising main pipe size is often a in Rinnai’s A-rated continuous flow water Consulting, a specialist in low energy smaller diameter than the hot and cold water heating systems delivers peace of mind to buildings, after liaising with the practice’s distribution pipe sizes. installers and end users as performance is maintained throughout the lifetime of the mechanical engineer Vivek Devan on two restaurant projects. Devan says “The Rinnai Therefore, just one inhibitor system will treat units are compact and their smaller footprint the whole location, also offering an attractive both physically and environmentally made value engineering opportunity. them a good choice here. appliances. The scale protection units are available in a variety of pipe sizes – large 67,76 and The inhibitor is widely specified and installed 108mm; medium 28,35,42 and 54mm; and The scale inhibitor technology was also a in a range of sectors such as manufacturing, small 22mm. factor.” Devan spoke with Rinnai technical hotels, retail and supermarkets, healthcare experts before specifying the units and and education as well as public authorities. heard that Rinnai is actively promoting and selling scale inhibitor solutions following the successful results obtained from various trial sites. The electrolytic unit may be installed in the rising main, before the water heater and For buildings using BMS systems, a Pulse Splitter is an option that provides water flow rate or water usage data directly to the BMS from the water meter in the system. For more information on the RINNAI product range visit www.rinnaiuk.com