Rinnai Continuous Flow Water Heaters can be manifolded together, to enable a greater flow rate than is possible with a single unit
High Rise Apartments
Hydroponic Applications for Agriculture
Child Care Centers
Special Care Facilities
Capital outlay is much less compared to complex high maintenance boiler units.
Can replace or work in conjunction with existing electronic or solar storage systems.
No on-site construction for assembly - the only site work required is connecting water, gas and electricity.
Inbuilt Redundancy - failure of one component does not mean there is no hot water.
The PAM Valve is a manual system which is installed on each Infinity unit in a Manifold System. It enables temperature preset Infinity units to be turned on in sequence as they are required. The PAM Valve is available with all models of Rinnai Infinity.
An Electronic Control System links each Infinity unit in the Manifold and will turn each one on as it is required. To minimise wear and tear and to reduce maintenance costs, the electronics also rotate the work load between each Infinity unit.
This system is designed to ensure gas energy is not wasted and that an endless supply of hot water is always available. Hot water temperature can be controlled from a separate controller. The Electronic Manifold Control System is available only with Infinity models 24, 26 and 32.