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A recent installation the new Rinnai Senei RX series tankelss. This was the fastest and easiest tankless intall we've ever done. ... See MoreSee Less

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I love these new RX models!!!

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IG Live with Ashley Hall @ashxkillz
IG kept bouncing us off so here is the last 10 minutes or so.
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We thought it would be fun to ask some of our industry friends what would they rather encounter on the jobsite or in a tight crawlspace—spiders, rats or snakes?! Read more thru link in bio to find the responses.
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These new-fangled heat pumps.

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Join us for this Thursday’s IG Live as we gonna chop it up with Ashley Hall @ashxkillz
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Scale, by forming an insulating layer in water heating equipment including the interior of a tank or heat exchanger of a tankless, can lead to reduced efficiency, higher operating costs, and potential damage to the equipment. The reduced efficiency results in the heating system working harder and consuming more energy to achieve the desired water temperature. This additional strain on the water heating equipment can lead to increased wear and tear resulting in more frequent breakdowns. Scale can also attack the material of the heat exchanger of the tankless water heater, and the heating filaments and protective linings on tank water heaters resulting in potential leaks, if remained unchecked.

Scale formation in water heaters, plumbing fixtures, and appliances is influenced by the hardness levels of the water, the temperature of hot water, and the demand for hot water and can take several months to several years. Recognizing this, Rinnai has invested extensively in research to develop advanced technologies that monitor, mitigate scale formation and indicate when flushing is necessary. This proactive approach prevents significant damage to the units caused by excessive scale accumulation and ensures high efficiency and maximum energy savings for homeowners.

Note: The piece in the image shown was not taken from a tankless water, rather showing the effects of scales in appliances using water.

Info provided by: Rahul Goyal, Sr Director of Innovation and Product Development, and Eddie Ergican, Sr. Director of Engineering

Photo Credit: Waldman Plumbing and Heating

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Scale, by forming an insulating layer in water heating equipment including the interior of a tank or heat exchanger of a tankless, can lead to reduced efficiency, higher operating costs, and potential damage to the equipment. The reduced efficiency results in the heating system working harder and consuming more energy to achieve the desired water temperature. This additional strain on the water heating equipment can lead to increased wear and tear resulting in more frequent breakdowns. Scale can also attack the material of the heat exchanger of the tankless water heater, and the heating filaments and protective linings on tank water heaters resulting in potential leaks, if remained unchecked.

Scale formation in water heaters, plumbing fixtures, and appliances is influenced by the hardness levels of the water, the temperature of hot water, and the demand for hot water and can take several months to several years.  Recognizing this, Rinnai has invested extensively in research to develop advanced technologies that monitor, mitigate scale formation and indicate when flushing is necessary. This proactive approach prevents significant damage to the units caused by excessive scale accumulation and ensures high efficiency and maximum energy savings for homeowners. 

Note: The piece in the image shown was not taken from a tankless water, rather showing the effects of scales in appliances using water.

Info provided by:  Rahul Goyal, Sr Director of Innovation and Product Development, and Eddie Ergican, Sr. Director of Engineering

Photo Credit: Waldman Plumbing and Heating

#scale #waterheaters #waterheating #tanklesswaterheater #tankless #plumbing #plumbingperspective #hvac
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