Instant boiling water
The British take tea, Americans have a coffee break, but for we Kiwis, it will always be smoko.
When the time comes, we put aside our work, grab our favourite mug and gather at the Boil & Brew with our tea bags and instant at the ready. For the next 15 minutes we dunk our biscuits and talk about our weekends, the rugby and what’s on the telly.
Made right here in New Zealand, with a new modern look and a number of improvements we know there are going to be many more smokos and great yarns around our new Rinnai Boil & Brew
Range of sizes
The Boil and Brew is available in 5L, 10L, 15L and 25L with a delivery from 35–200 cups an hour. They are ideal for any space that necessitates an endless supply of boiling water such as commercial kitchens, staff rooms and hospitals.
The Rinnai Boil & Brew units are completely automatic, re-filling and heating as water is drawn off.
No more waiting for the kettle to boil—boiling water when you need it for tea, coffee, other hot drinks or convenience foods.
Attractive powder coat white case allows for easy cleaning of the unit.
Peace of mind
The Boil & Brew is backed by Rinnai after sales support.
Suitable as a hot water dispenser for commercial applications such as; cafes, canteens, retirement homes, restaurants, hotels, hospitals, schools, sports complexes, factories, fast food outlets, shops, and offices.
Location and clearances
Locate the unit above a sink draining board, close to a cold water supply and a power outlet. For the 5 L, 10 L, and 15 L models, the location of the socket outlet/plug should be such as to give the user safe access for turning the unit on and off. The site should be dry and waterproof, and in a position that meets the minimum clearances shown below. These are required to allow safe access for servicing.
The heater should be positioned at a height to suit the items being filled.
Inlet and overflow connections, R15 (½ " BSP). Stop tap and union not supplied.
For concealed plumbing connections installer to install two R15 (½ " BSP) female wing back, tee or elbows to the lower right hand corner of the dispenser mounting position.
Cover off—middle of back panel. This label will have the serial number.
|Hot water delivery* (approx. 6 cups per litre)||
- 5 L = 35 cups
- 10 L = 100 cups
- 15 L = 130 cups
- 25 L = 200 cups
* standard teacup is approx. 170 mls at greater than 65 °C
|Element size and Amp rating||
- 5 L = 2.0 kW (10 A)
- 10 L = 2.4 kW (10 A)
- 15 L = 2.4 kW (10 A)
- 25 L = 3.0 kW (15 A)
|Electrical supply||5 L, 10 L, 15 L comes with a 2 m cord. 25 L is a fixed wired unit. Voltage rating 230/240 V 50 Hz AC, single phase.|
|Water supply pressure||Minimum 87 kPa, maximum 1000 kPa.|
|Thermostats||Electronic to control water temperature to boiling point.|
|Construction||Outer casing white powder coated steel, thermal insulation 40 mm fibreglass, and copper water container.|
|Safety devices||Automatic thermostat, temperature override, water level control, and water overflow protection.|
|Protection against water||IPXO|
|Approx. nominal commissioning times from cold (mins. to ready)||
- 5 L = 14 minutes
- 10 L = 23 minutes
- 15 L = 30 minutes
- 25 L = 50 minutes
|Weights: empty and full||
- 5 L = 7 kg / 12 kg
- 10 L = 9 kg / 19 kg
- 15 L = 10 kg / 25 kg
- 25 L = 12 kg / 37 kg
|Temperature at altitude||At 2000 m above sea level the boiling point of fresh water is 93 °C.|
|Market release||April 2016|