• 16 MJ = $673 (WMA), $1166 (WEA)
• 24 MJ = $932 (WMA), $1270 (WEA)
• 40 MJ = $1096 (WMA), $1527 (WEA)
The Rinnai Super Ray Indoor radiant heaters provide effective heating over a wide area. Smartly crafted so that the heat is directly channeled exactly where you want it.
A multiple burner generates infra-red rays which transmit the heat energy and dissipate the heat upon striking a surface.
Models to choose from, manual (pull cord) or electronic ignition:
• Indoor Super Ray 16 MJ
• Indoor Super Ray 24 MJ
• Indoor Super Ray 40 MJ
WMA = manual igntion models
WEA = electric ignition models
The Rinnai Indoor Super Ray heaters are for indoor commercial and industrial use only. Ideal in semi-industrial spaces such as cafes, schools, churches, and factories.
This appliance must be used in a well ventilated area. The gasfitter installing the appliance is responsible for this.
Approximate heating area
- 16 MJ = 19 m²
- 24 MJ = 28 m²
- 40 MJ = 47 m²
Heaters can be positioned side by side or facing each other, refer to the installation manual for further information.
Available for Natural Gas or LPG. Specify gas type at time of purchase.
It is critical to the safe operation of this appliance that the clearances are maintained so as the heater does not become a fire hazard.
16 MJ/h, 24 MJ/h, 40 MJ/h
4.4 kW, 6.6 kW, 11.1 kW
Right hand side by gas inlet
A manual isolating valve must be fitted and the unit must be connected to a correctly sized gas supply.
- NG, 1/2 " (12.7 mm) copper flare union
- LPG, 3/8 " (9.52 mm) copper flare union
Piezo ignition with flame failure
Technical components model PFS 15R electronic ignition and white Rodgers model, 25M double solenoid regulator
On the regulator or manifold, see data plate for pressure
ES: Supplier Declaration of Compliance
• Declaration Number - 942320093
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