On Demand Restaurants impose one of the toughest conditions for water heaters. Available space is extremely limited and operating conditions are harsh from thousands of temperature and pressure cycles. Not to mention the loss of hot water causes significant business disruption and revenue loss. In this webinar you’ll learn how to design a system that is not only compact and reliable but also economically efficient.
On Demand Learn how commercial multi-tank systems (MTS) are using Responsive Flow Design to produce consistently high-quality softened water while saving significant water, salt and money. MTS systems bring a series of smaller tanks on- and off-line as needed to properly service the building’s flow rates at any given time. MTS systems have lower capital costs, will save your clients up to 50% of their annual operating costs, and can be easily expanded at any time.
On Demand The safety concern today is in the use of plumbing Solid Wall Schedule 40 or Foam Core DWV pipe and fittings in FGV applications. These products were never intended to be used in FGV applications, but they have been chosen because they are often the least expensive materials available. Simply put, plumbing DWV products are NOT designed to meet the life safety standards of FGV applications.
On Demand Besides the usual disinfection chemicals added to water by municipalities, other water disinfection chemicals and methods may be used on site in buildings. These methods may include shock treatments to sanitize a new system prior to use, for regular system cleanings, or to mitigate biological growth in an existing system.
On Demand The majority of customers have done most of their research and decision making before ever contacting a plumbing business. In fact, the very best leads (based off of closing rate) will come from the company's website. Most businesses know this and have spent vast sums of time and money optimizing and promoting their website to accommodate the modern customer. Yet, many businesses are still having trouble converting website visitors and depend heavily on factory and 3rd party leads.
The October 2019 issue of pme, features the latest circulator trends, plus John Siegenthaler on geothermal, Dave Yates tells the tale of two engineers, and the annual NSF special section that highlights the topic of water infrastructure.