These are unflued portable gas heaters, which can be unplugged and moved from one gas wall or floor socket to another around the home, and can be tucked away in summer.
Range contains four models:
This function will automatically operate the appliance before the programmed start time so the room will be preheated to the set temperature when the timer comes on.
Allows you to program the appliance to come on for two separate periods each day, one period in the morning and one period in the evening.
No exposed flame, cool to touch cabinet*, and child lock as standard. Rinnai do not recommend unflued portable heaters if there are children in the house suffering from asthma or other respiratory illnesses. In these homes we recommend the home is heated using an Energysaver.
* Louvre component of the heater will still be hot
Residential and commercial heating suitable for open plan areas. Room sizing in important. These heaters modulate to a low setting and do not turn off. It is important that the room is of a sufficient size that it will not overheat when the heater is on low—refer minimum room sizes are detailed below.
Portable convectors are unflued and not suitable for; bedrooms, bathrooms, toilets, saunas, or spa rooms.
These heaters MUST NOT be installed in a room smaller than:
White with grey louvres
NG or LPG, gas type specified at time of purchase. Portable convectors are unable to be converted.
Above, behind, and to the sides - 50 mm
In front - 750 mm
|Model||Input (MJ/h)||Output (kw)|
Ceramic surface combustion burner
Lower right hand panel
Multi speed fan
Flexible gas hose with bayonet connection
Continuous spark electronic ignition
Avenger 16.5-27.5 W
Blaze 16.5-25 W
Dynamo and Enduro 16-21 W
Standby, all models < 0.8 W, power cord located lower right hand side of rear panel
Overheat switch, electric fuse, flame failure sensor, oxygen depletion sensor, tilt switch, and power failure
Avenger and Blaze - 12 kg
Dynamo and Enduro - 10 kg
Energy Safety Supplier Declaration of Compliance: Declaration number - 7067200812 (Avenger and Dynamo)
Avenger - Aug 2020
Dynamo - Sep 2020
Blaze and Enduro - Sep 2012
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