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1 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation TANKLESS WATER HEATING TECHNOLOGY Commercial Laundry Applications

2 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Why tankless water heaters? Building a case for tankless: The key factors that are important:  Energy Efficiency  Unlimited Hot Water  Cost – Capital & Operating  Commercial vs. Residential  ROI  Sizing & Piping  Redundancy  Code Alert  Modulation  ULNOx  Lifespan & Warranty

3 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Rinnai’s Global Presence Based in Nagoya, Japan Established in employees worldwide Operates in over 43 countries RINNAI GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS Worldwide Leader 2010 turnover: $3+ Billion RINNAI’S GLOBAL PRESENCE

4 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Rinnai North America North American Headquarters: Peachtree City, GA Over 200 direct employees & representatives RINNAI AMERICA HEADQUARTERS Rinnai NA has its own CSA certified testing laboratory

5 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Rinnai America’s Heating Solutions Non-Condensing Tankless Water Heaters EnergySaver ® Direct Vent Furnaces Hydronic Furnaces Commercial Cooking products Condensing Hydronic Boilers Condensing Tankless Water Heaters Rinnai North America Products

6 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Basic Requirements  Gas Delivery pressures range from:  5” wc – 10.5” wc for natural gas  8” wc – 13.5” wc for propane  Water pressures requirements:  20 psig – 150 psig (50 psi recommended)  Hot & Cold water supply lines to be minimum ¾” piping.

7 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation 1.Water flow begins 2.Ignition Sequence 3. Normal Operation 4. Shut-down Sequence 5.Standby Mode PCB / Surge Protector Water Flow Sensor Combustion Fan SV3 SV4 SV0 or SV Main Modulating Gas Valve/POV SV1 Water flow control valve Out going Temperature Thermistor Incoming Air Exhaust Bypass Sequence of Operation Igniter FR 2 FR 1 SV2 Condensate Trap Secondary Heat Exchanger Primary Heat Exchanger Heat Exchanger Thermistor Burner Sensor

8 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Types of Applications  RESIDENTIAL  APARTMENTS/CONDOS  HOUSING AUTHORITES  FOODSERVICE  HOSPITALITY  HEALTHCARE  SCHOOLS  GOVERNMENT / MILITARY  CAR WASH  LAUNDROMATS  HAIR SALONS  FITNESS CENTERS

9 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation THE BASICS Four important factors when sizing tankless units:  Incoming ground water temperature  Hot water demand  Altitude  Gas line size

10 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation ∆T Temperature Rise (°F) Water Flow (gpm) Understanding Maximum Flow Rate EXAMPLE (from previous page) Incoming water = 57° Rinnai Set-Point temperature = 120°  Subtract the incoming ground water temperature from the water heater’s set temperature for ∆T 120° - 57° = 63  The maximum GPM flow rate for any given ∆T can be found at the intersecting points along each model’s specific flow curve  A GPM flow test from the temperature controller can verify each unit’s performance RC98i/e Flow Curve Flow curves of each model are listed in each installation manual 63 If incoming water is 57° and requested temperature is 120°, ∆T is 63° and gpm flow rate is 6.0 gpm

11 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation RC Series Maximum Flow Curves RC98i/e RC80i/e ModelsRC98RC80 Max. Btu199,000157,000  T(°F) GPM ≤

12 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation SIZING METHODS – Definitions Four methods used to sized tankless units: FLOW RATE (GPM) GPH REQUIREMENTS (GPH) WATER SUPPLY FIXTURE UNITS (WSFU) TANK WATER HEATER REPLACEMENTS (BTU)

13 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Application Project Form

14 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Sizing Report

15 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Sizing Report

16 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation PIPING DESIGN LAYOUT

17 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Rinnai Concentric Venting

18 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation 18 Vent Termination Requirements 36” (.91 m) to ventilated or unventilated soffit or eve vent; or to a deck or porch* 12” (.30 m) to an inside corner* 12” (30 cm) between Rinnai terminals at the same level 60” (1.52m) between Rinnai terminals at different levels 60” (1.52m) vertically between Rinnai terminals (Also applies to HPe models) 2 inches between outdoor units at the same level

19 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Why choose a Rinnai Tankless? Rinnai offers the most comprehensive warranty:

20 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Application Example

21 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Application Example 20 x20 lbs. 4 x30 lbs. 3 x60 lbs. 120F degree water

22 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Current Specification: 2 x Phoenix HTP PH Gallons Tanks -Expensive -Large Space Needed -Standby Loss -Combustion Air -Only 3 years Warranty -Fail Tank = Leak and Replacement Application Example

23 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Sizing Report

24 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation COST/SAVINGS CALCULATION

25 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation COST/SAVINGS CALCULATION

26 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation Northern – 5 x Rinnai RC98 vs 2 x HTP Phoenix PH COST/SAVINGS CALCULATION Central – 4 x Rinnai RC98 vs 2 x HTP Phoenix PH Southern – 3 x Rinnai RC98 vs 2 x HTP Phoenix PH

27 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation CONTACT INFORMATION WE CAN HELP PROVIDE YOU A RINNAI SOLUTION FOR ALL LAUNDRY APPLICATIONS! Rinnai will size your project and provide you a Commercial Sizing Report with Piping Diagram back to you within 48 hours and Free of charge. Please contact us at:. Rinnai Corporation International Drive Peachtree City, GA 30269

28 © 2011 Rinnai America Corporation PARTNERSHIP = SUCCESS


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