Why a Commercial Water Boiler is the Right Choice for Your Business
Not all Commercial Labels Are The Same
A commercial water boiler is an essential piece of equipment for any business that uses hot water in their operations. There are many reasons why a commercial water boiler is the right choice for your business. First, a commercial water boiler can heat water quickly and efficiently. Second, a commercial water boiler is built to last and can withstand heavy use. Third, a commercial water boiler is easy to operate and can be used in a variety of settings.
The size of your boiler will be one of the first things you need to consider. Commercial boilers come in a variety of sizes. You will need to take into account the amount of hot water you will need on a daily basis to make a decision about the size of your boiler. You will also need to decide which type of fuel will power your boiler. The two most popular choices for commercial boilers are natural gas and propane. There are pros and cons to both of these fuels. You will need to decide which one will be the most cost-effective for your business. You will also need to take into account the specific needs of your business when it comes to choosing the right commercial water boiler. You will need to decide how much hot water you will need on a daily basis. You will also need to decide how many people will need to use the boiler. Choosing a tankless option can save you both capital expenses and operational expenses, plus save a TON of space. These factors will help you determine the size and type of boiler you will need.
To ensure safety, efficiency, and optimal performance of tankless commercial water heaters, only specify heaters that meet these minimum commercial criteria:
- ASME HLW rated and factory tested as a system.
- 316L Stainless steel heat exchanger designed to handle millions of thermal cycles.
- Units that have no warranty limitations on thermal cycles, run hours, or recirculation.
- Utilizes Masterless staging controls that have no single point failures.
- Doesn’t need a tank and has less than 5 gallons of stored water.
- Doesn’t need annual descaling of heat exchangers or combustion side cleaning.
- Avoid units labeled commercial that offer less than 200,000 BTU/hr. (These units are not certified by ASME)