The Rinnai INFINITY VT-Series are external continuous flow water heaters designed for external residential applications.
The Rinnai INFINITY VT-Series has improved minimum startup flow rates, saving on water and ensuring your Rinnai INFINITY is future proofed for water efficient tapware.
The VTa26 models in this range was designed for aggressive water areas (such as Christchurch).
Hard or acidic water will need to be treated to use this product.
Available for Natural Gas or LPG. Gas type specified at the time of purchase.
|VT16||125 MJ/h||29.6 kW|
|VT20||160 MJ/h||34.9 kW|
|VT24||188 MJ/h||42.1 kW|
|VT26||199 MJ/h||44.2 kW|
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 units drops below 3.5 ºC, and turns off once the temperature inside the unit reaches 7 ºC.
Direct electronic ignition
|VT16 and VT20||0.85, 1.30||0.70, 1.05|
|VT24 and VT26||1.0, 1.55||0.70, 1.05|
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.
|VT16||38 W||43 W|
|VT20||44 W||52 W|
|VT24||47 W||53 W|
|VT26||54 W||59 W|
All models 2 W
Less than 60 ppm
Flame failure, boil-dry protection, overheat protection, fusible link, pressure relief valve, and combustion fan rpm check
Nominal operating pressure
Activation flow rate - 2.4 L/min
Energy Safety Supplier Declaration of Compliance: Declaration numbers:
VTa26 discontinued Dec 2013, all other models discontinued Apr 2018. Superseded by the A-Series
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