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Rinnai expands in the South West

Rinnai is expanding its salesforce in the South West with the appointment of Dorset-based Andy Bell.

Rinnai has appointed Andy Bell in the South West

Mr Bell started life in the industry as an apprentice before moving on to sales and specification roles.

He said: “My previous role developed and I was awarded a NEBOSH qualification for health & safety so I could also manage the CDM requirement. I continued operating all through the pandemic, helping develop a method of investigating a customer’s needs and surveying the potential install remotely via video technology. This enabled us to meet the customers needs even though we could not get access at the time. I have been trained in system design and the video surveying method.”

Rinnai products offer end users instantaneous temperature controlled hot water, provided water and gas supplies are constant. Temperature accuracy ensures hot water can be provided to support anti-legionella regimes, thermal disinfectant and comfort.

Rinnai manufactures hot water heating units and systems for all and every type of commercial, institutional and residential site. This adds up to more than two million units a year and operates on each of the five continents with an established reputation for high performance, cost efficiency and robust, extended working lives.

Rinnai units are UKCA certified, A-rated water efficient, with a wide range of accessories, including water treatment systems plus multiple fuel options. The whole range is available 24/7, 365 days a year. Any unit can be delivered to any UK site within 24 hours.

Rinnai is committed to decarbonisation and the N series of units is Hydrogen blend-ready now and can also use BioLPG which delivers net zero carbon emissions.

Rinnai also offers comprehensive training courses, CPDs and technical support in all aspects of the hot water heating industry.

More information can be found on Rinnai’s website and its “Help Me Choose” dedicated webpage.

10 August 2021


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