Rinnai RL75i

    The RL75i Rinnai Tankless Water Heater

    [UPDATE 2019]

    Rinnai still sells this system with a few minor tweaks but basically the exact same tankless unit .  The name of this tankless has also changed a little bit. Its is still called the Rinnai RL75i but either a P or and N has been added to the end of the model to signify if its P – Propane or N – Natural Gas.

    I live in Canada and have a fair amount of experience with tankless systems. Rinnai makes one of the top, if not the best tankless on the market. That being said the smallest I would recommend is this system, the RL75 for home use.  Incoming water temps can be cold in the winter and it takes a lot of energy to heat that water up.  The RL75 does a great job in the price verses performance for your average size 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home.



    Part of the Luxury series of tankless water heaters and one that has been installed in thousands of homes throughout Toronto and the GTA. This is by far one of the most popular tankless systems on the market today.  It provides more than enough hot water for most homes and compensates very well to our colder incoming water here in Ontario.  IF you’re interested in renting or purchasing this Rinnai RL75i give us a call at (647) 925-1930 or have us call you back.



    Toronto tankless sales

    The RL75 Features

    • Commercial-grade Heat Exchanger for Residential and Commercial Applications
    • Standard Digital Controller and Error Code Indicator On Unit
    • Natural Gas and Propane Models Available
    • EZConnect (allows for the connection of two units together for future upgrades)
    • Great system for Canadian cold water input temperatures
    • 12-Year Warranty on Heat Exchanger, 5 Year Parts, 1 Year Labor for Residential Installations

    Rinnai RL75 Canadian Specifications

    Width: 14.0 Inches
    Height: 22.9 Inches
    Depth: 9.6 Inches

    50 Pounds

    Installation Applications
    Indoor, Residential and Commercial

    Minimum/Maximum Gas Rate (Input BTUs)
    Natural Gas: 9,900 – 180,000 BTU
    Propane: 10,300 – 180,000 BTU

    Energy Factor
    Natural Gas: 0.82
    Propane: 0.82

    Thermal Efficiency
    Natural Gas: 82%
    Propane: 82%

    AC 120 Volts, 60 Hz

    Electrical Consumption
    Normal: 76 Watts
    Standby: 2 Watts
    Anti-Frost Protection: 184 Watts