Advantage Airtech Commercial Ltd. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Tankless Water Heaters’

When to Replace an Industrial Water Heater

Monday, December 21st, 2020

water-heater-commercialIf hot water is a critical part of your commercial or industrial facility, you’ll want to make sure that it receives the best care from qualified professionals. Our team is experienced with working with hydronic systems and all types of commercial and industrial water heaters in Whitby, ON and throughout the Greater Toronto Area. We’re available to help with repairs and the regular maintenance necessary to see that your commercial/industrial water heaters run effectively, efficiently, and for as many years as possible.

But how long can you expect your industrial water heater to last before repairs are no longer worthwhile and a replacement is the better option? The answer depends on numerous factors, such as your business and the type of water heater you have. We can give you some basic information on what to expect, but you’ll be glad to have us there to help you make the choice that will work out best for your business.

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Industrial Tankless Water Heaters: Why Consider Installing One?

Monday, October 16th, 2017

industrial-rooftop-pipesIf you have heard about tankless water heaters, you’ve probably heard about them being used for homes. A tankless water heater is an excellent choice for providing hot water to a household because it saves money and probably won’t be overwhelmed by use, which means it won’t run out of hot water. The system will always heat up more water on demand.

But are tankless water heaters viable options for the scale of an industrial facility? Many facility owners and operators might think it’s unlikely that a tankless system will work as a replacement or alternative to a standard tank system, much like a hydronic system or boiler. However, industrial tankless water heaters can be effective and energy efficient for industrial buildings as well. If the right units are professionally installed and matched to the building and its requirements, they offer a number of great benefits. Here are some of them:

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