Rinnai training courses for 2016

Published:  03 March, 2016

Rinnai, training, DHW

Rinnai UKís 2016 programme of training modules is designed to engage with heating engineers and contractors as specifiers increasingly turn their sights to the energy-saving benefits of gas-fired continuous-flow water heaters.

Tailor-made, flexible courses give engineers the opportunity to explore at first hand the practical and energy-saving benefits of these water heaters and familiarise themselves with the technology ó from system design and installation through to maintenance jobs.

Courses can be at Rinnaiís headquarters in Runcorn or where the client requires.

For more information on this story, click here: March 2016, 207

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