The Rinnai INFINITY HD250 is a higher capacity gas continuous flow water heater for applications where higher flow rates and higher temperatures are needed. The HD250 model can be set up to 95 °C.
• external commercial and residential applications
• mains and medium pressure systems
Hard or acidic water will need to be treated to use this product.
Not suitable as a spa or swimming pool heater, or for hydronic applications.
Available for Natural Gas or LPG, specify at the time of purchase
2.4-37 L/min, nominal water capacity is 32 L/min at a 25 °C rise (1920 L/h)
Input: 249 MJ/h or 69 kW
Output: 57.8 kW
Direct electronic ignition
Fitted as standard. Frost protection operates automatically, as long as the appliance is connected to the electrical power supply, by activating when the temperature inside the unit drops below 3.5 °C, and turns off once the temperature inside the unit reaches 7 °C.
NG: 1.00, 1.65
LPG: 0.75, 1.15
NG - 1.13kPa, LPG - 2.75 kPa
3.5 kPa (maximum standing pressure under abnormal intermittent conditions is 5.0 kPa).
In the case of commercial metering, (i.e. 35-37 kPa coming in), there may be a requirement to regulate the incoming pressure down.
59 dB(A). Some people are susceptible to low level noise. This needs to be considered if locating an appliance near a bedroom.
less than 60 ppm
Normal 72 W, automatic frost protection 116 W, standby 2 W
Valve opens at 2060 kPa, closes at 1470 kPa
Please note: If the water inlet pressure or flow rate drops below the minimum values stated above, operation of the INFINITY is not guaranteed. The unit requires both minimum flow rate and pressure to operate correctly.
Energy Safety Supplier Declaration of Compliance declaration number: 10996200911
First launched 2010 and then relaunched in 2011
Our smallest most affordable model. This controller can be installed anywhere in the house.
Will run a bath for you, turn off the water, then tell you when it's ready.
Designed for kitchens and laundries, works in conjunction with the Bathroom Deluxe Controller.
Hide an external continuous flow water heater behind a door and out of sight.
A sturdy security bracket can be installed to act as a permanent deterrent to thieves
A switch intended to be connected to a monitoring system such as a BMS to highlight when there is an active error in the water heater
Allows two Rinnai INFINITY HD water heaters to be connected so they can function as one large unit
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