Amid this global pandemic, manufacturers of all shapes and strides find themselves adjusting and adapting to changing times. For the boiler industry, this is an especially critical time as the products and services that come from our manufacturers are not only essential, they are lifesaving.
This year, from Feb. 1 through May 31, Wedgworth’s Inc. pumped a little more than 3 million gallons of 185-degree water through its newly installed, 17-unit tankless water heater system at its fertilizer blending facility in Lake Placid, Florida.
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.
Extended protection, an industry first, applies to the EZTR50, EZTR75, EZ98, and EZ111 models, all specially engineered to streamline tankless-for-tank projects by reducing installation time and costs.
Six Noritz NCC199CDV tankless water heaters were used to replace a malfunctioning boiler.
November 5, 2018
Like any institution, Mater Dei’s success depends on the quality of its people and facilities. So when an old, 1-million BTU boiler began malfunctioning in 2017 and placing the hot water needs of the entire school in jeopardy, officials knew they needed to act.
Plumbing and heating companies find demonstration trucks more than pay for themselves by generating new leads and increasing sales.
October 8, 2018
The benefits of these rolling sales displays and demos extends beyond the truck’s four wheels as the companies that operate them realize solid returns on their investments through satisfied and knowledgeable customers, new customers and increased sales.
Tankless water heater technology helped a California developer make the best use of space and track tenant energy consumption.
October 8, 2018
In rehabbing the space that would become the cutting-edge food emporium 4th Street Market, developer Ryan Chase had two goals: locate the water-heaters on the roof and track fuel consumption usage by tenant. Tankless technology helped him achieve both.