TRS makes multiunit condensing tankless water installations easier

Rinnai has begun assembly of its Commercial Tankless Rack System (TRS) at Rinnai America’s Headquarters in Peachtree City, Georgia.

Rinnai moves tankless rack system assembly to Georgia

Peachtree City, GA. -- Rinnai, a seller of tankless water heaters in the U.S. and Canada, has begun assembly of its Commercial Tankless Rack System (TRS) at Rinnai America’s Headquarters in Peachtree City, Georgia.

Mirroring Rinnai Japan’s quality processes and philosophies, Rinnai’s team of professionals developed strict guidelines and quality control operations that allow for complete oversight of component assembly, resulting in superior quality control. Each TRS is tested before shipping, adhering to company quality standards.

“We are excited to bring TRS assembly to Peachtree City,” said Frank Windsor, Rinnai General Manager. “We are committed to providing quality systems that continuously exceed customer expectations.”

Introduced in 2012, the TRS makes multi-unit condensing tankless water installations easier and more flexible for commercial contractors. The TRS is available in free-standing or wall-mounted options for indoor or outdoor installations, and is shipped fully assembled, including gas and water manifolds. Key features of the TRS include reduced installation time, inherent redundancy provided by multiple tankless units, space savings, energy-efficient fully modulating operation, and reduced overall cost of ownership.

TRS systems are available for applications ranging from 199,000 BTU up to 4.9 million BTU and are the perfect alternative to traditional domestic water boilers and storage tank water heaters in commercial applications like hotels, restaurants, schools, healthcare and multifamily.

Rinnai Tankless Rack Systems are available for purchase through Rinnai wholesale distribution. For more information, visit http://www.rinnai.us/commercial, or email [email protected] for a comprehensive custom sizing and quote.

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