Rinnai corporation began it's operations in 1920 in Nagoya, Japan, manufacturing and selling gas appliances including ovens, stove tops and water heaters.
Throughout the 1950s, Rinnai expanded rapidly in Japan, opening subsiduaries and manufacturing facilities across the country. During the 1970's Rinnai expanded into 10 other countries, starting with Australia in 1971.
Today, Rinnai commits 2% of it's annual turnover, not profits to research and development. This determination to strive for technical advancement means that Rinnai products still hold their strong market position in the Australian hot water heating landscape.
Rinnai has world class manufacturing facilities in Keysborough, Victoria and Regency Park in South Australia.