Tankless rack system

The Rinnai Tankless Rack System (TRS) can be used with or without storage tanks and has an input range of 400,000 to 4.9 million Btu and touts a turndown ratio of 327:1.

05/08/2014


The Rinnai Tankless Rack System (TRS) can be used with or without storage tanks and has an input range of 400,000 to 4.9 million Btu and touts a turndown ratio of 327:1. Courtesy: RinnaiThe Rinnai Tankless Rack System (TRS) is a complete system that simplifies installation and offers customers peace of mind through built-in redundancy. The TRS can be used with or without storage tanks and works with large recirculating loops. Engineered to meet the needs of any job, the Rinnai TRS has an input range of 400,000 to 4.9 million Btu and touts a turndown ratio of 327:1. The TRS is available in freestanding or wall-mounted options for indoor or outdoor applications. Indoor installations can be configured with either Rinnai's common venting system-up to 100 ft-or its polypropylene concentric venting. The Rinnai TRS fits through a standard 32-in. doorway for easy moving and installation on the job site. The TRS racks, which are constructed with powder-coated aluminum, are designed for harsh commercial environments while minimizing weight.

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