This powerhouse tankless electric water heater is 90 percent smaller than the traditional tank-type models, yet provides endless, on-demand hot water to diverse industrial and commercial installations.
The company was a proud sponsor of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) 2019 BuildingEnergy Pro Tour Series event on Aug. 23, with 150 LavAdvantage tankless electric water heaters, 10 Three Phase units and three SafeAdvantage units installed throughout the campus.
In Europe and Asia, tankless water heaters are common, but in the United States, this fact is less so. But while U.S. homeowners and commercial building operators have often chosen storage-type units over tankless, the pendulum is beginning to swing in the other direction as consumers place greater emphasis on environmental impact and efficiency.
A hub for training, creative exploration, and water heating education, the Innovation Learning Center will serve as a collaborative space for engineers, manufacturer’s representatives, wholesalers, and plumber/contractors.