Engine ($2391), plus frame ($534). If an all stainless frame RRP is approx. $3092
The Rinnai Compact 2 has been designed to get into those tighter spaces, whether it's an existing masonry chimney or a smaller living room. It's easy to retrofit and it looks terrific.
Suitable for living rooms and open plan areas.
Please note that the Compact 2 has a robust fan which is audible, especially in smaller rooms. If the operating noise of the fire plays a significant factor in your purchase decision we recommend viewing a working model.
Heating areas (up to)
- Upper North Island: 77 m2
- Central and lower North Island: 68 m2
- South Island: 50 m2
The Neo draws air for combustion from the room. Adequate ventilation must be calculated by the gasfitter as per AS/NZS 5601.1.
Available for Natural Gas or LPG, specify at the time of purchase
Inside the appliance on the front right hand side
Convection fan tangential 2-speed
Inner Ø100 mm, outer Ø150 mm. Appliance must be installed with a Rinnai flue system.
The Compact 2 must be installed with a Rinnai flexiliner flue Ø100 mm
½ " BSPF male flare
Push button combination control valve
Continuous spark electronic ignition
Push button light to pilot and burners (low, medium, and high)
The electrical connection can exit the appliance from the lower left or right hand side, or from the rear of the unit.
Flame failure thermocouple, overheat switch, fan delay, and power failure protection
The minimum clearances listed below are measured from the edge of the inner glass.
Energy Safety Supplier Declaration of Compliance: Declaration number - 1489820136
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