Rinnai 2001 Inbuilt 30MJ Beige NG Heater Flued

2001IN
This Rinnai gas heater has a permanent installation and is natural gas powered. You can select the exact heat level you want with its 6 heat settings. The Rinnai 2001IN features a thermostat, allowing you to keep your chosen temperature. It features a 30 MJ/h gas input, a 910mm width, a 650mm height, and a 125mm depth. The Rinnai ...more
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Key Features

Rinnai
  • Natural Gas

    Fuel Type
  • 5200kW

    Wattage
  • Yes

    Thermostat

Technical Specs +

Type: Gas Room Heater - Flued
Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Gas Input: 15.00 - 30MJ/h
Wattage: 5200kW
Energy Rating: 1 Star
Colour: Beige
Portable / Installed: Installed
No. of Speed Settings: 2
No. of Heat Settings: 6
Thermostat: Yes
Timer: No
Child Safety Lock: No
Product Width (mm): 910
Product Height (mm): 650
Product Depth (mm): 125
Additional Features: Suitable for Large Living Areas, Electric Ignition - Lights First Time, Flame Failure Safety System
Manufacturer's Warranty: 1 Year

Product Reviews of Rinnai  2001 Inbuilt 30MJ Beige NG Heater Flued

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