Spending thousands of dollars – and, in some cases, hundreds of thousands of dollars – for a commercial water heater system isn’t simply a purchase. It’s an investment. Such systems demand upfront planning and attention along the way. Here are four things building owners and operators can do to help extend the life of their water heater or boiler.
Choosing the right type of water heating system includes identifying which type of energy-efficient water heater is most suitable for the application. A plumbing professional can help ensure performance that meets business requirements and also meets energy efficiency standards as well.
If the occupants and managers of a restaurant or office building or healthcare facility find themselves without hot water, it often means closure or at least severely curtailed operations until the situation is rectified. There's one tactic that makes sense for any commercial facility hot water design: redundancy.
In commercial buildings, space equals money. Mechanical and utility rooms have to be efficiently designed and sized to ensure as much square footage as possible is available for revenue-generating activities.
In the hospitality industry water heating is the single largest use of energy, about third of total energy use, according to the California Center for Sustainable Energy. Every bath, shower, kitchen and laundry counts toward the property's utility bill.
Americans spend about half their food budget on food consumed away from home at more than 1 million restaurants, according to the Green Restaurant Association. More and more consumers are choosing to spend their dining dollars at establishments that are certified by the GRA.
As the NAECA 2015 rules change the water heater landscape by requiring higher efficiency, building professionals and consumers face new challenges when choosing a water heater. Kristen Metropoulos, product manager with Bosch Thermotechnology, reviewed some of the benefits of tankless...
Bradford White’s MAGNUM Series® is an extensive line of commercial water heaters that are used by specifiers, architects, engineers, mechanical contractors, and building owners for practically every type of commercial installation. This all-inclusive line provides solutions to the multitude of challenges faced when specifying, buying, and installing commercial water heating products.