Rinnai opens new office and exhibition at the Building Centre
Rinnai is opening a new office and permanent exhibition in the Building Centre in central London.
The Rinnai London Building Centre office will be permanently staffed for sales, technical and operations and service to all building services consultants, engineers, architects, contractors and end-users.
Managing Director Tony Gittings said:
“The new premises in London’s Building Centre are in response to the high demand for Rinnai products and expertise. Consultants, specifiers, facilities managers and contractors in the London and Southeast area will be welcomed to the site to see the latest products, discuss system design or attend one of the many CIBSE approved CPDs we now have.
“Rinnai’s London Building Centre will offer advice and guidance on all the latest technologies, development and legislation on the road to decarbonisation. In the new year there will be a wave of product developments to give our customers the best, most energy efficient hot water delivery system possible.”
Founded in 1931 the Building Centre was the first establishment of its kind and 90 years later the Centre is run by the Built Environment Trust, an independent charitable organisation dedicated to inspiring and supporting knowledge and practice in the world of building.
The Building Centre showcases the best in materials and manufacturing alongside the work of leading architects and designers to inform and inspire conversations about issues, challenges and successes in the built environment.
Rinnai products offer end users a limitless supply of instantaneous temperature controlled hot water, provided water and gas supplies are constant. Temperature accuracy ensures hot water can be provided to support anti-legionella regimes, thermal disinfectant and comfort.
The company is committed to decarbonisation and the N series of units is hydrogen blend-ready NOW and can also use BioLPG which delivers NetZero carbon emissions.
More information can be found on Rinnai’s website and its “Help Me Choose” dedicated webpage.