University of New Hampshire – Durham, NH
UNH Ditched The Tanks During Steam Shutdown.
The University of New Hampshire recently replaced two large hot water tanks with 240 gallons of stored water with one lntellihot iQ1501 smart water heater.
The new system was installed in a campus residence hall, which houses approximately 150 students and staff members. The lntellihot iQ1501 features a patented heat exchanger and advanced controls that optimize water temperature and reduce energy consumption. Thanks to the quick response of Granite State Plumbing & Heating, the university will see a significant reduction in energy costs and improved reliability of their hot water supply.
Higher Education Residence Hall
Zero Gallons storage. 1,500,000 BTUs/hr
Dan Davis Sales
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“The team at Granite State Plumbing and Heating responded quickly and professionally to ensure hot water continued to flow for several residence halls during our annual steam shutdown. In just over 48 hours, from the first call on a Wednesday afternoon, an old unit was removed, and the new unit was up and running, ensuring continuous service at a key time.”
Mark Geuther, Director, Facilities Project Manager UNH
UNH was storing 240 gallons of water and keeping it hot 24/7. Tank type water heaters have several limitations, including limited hot water capacity, high energy consumption, and a relatively short lifespan. They require frequent maintenance and can be prone to leaks, bacteria and corrosion.
The Intellihot Solution
One iQ1501 was chosen for this project. By combining
Al with leading-edge technology, lntellihot offers
business owners compact, efficient, environmentally
friendly machines that significantly decrease energy
usage and produce only as much hot water as needed.
The savings are nearly incalculable in terms of energy,
money, and effort.
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