“Traditional water heaters take up a lot of square footage.”
- Performance: Industrial enterprises will enjoy far better reliability from these water heaters, as they heat the water on demand rather than storing the heated water in a large tank. Because the hardware lasts longer, there is better return on investment to be had. Making a business case to implement such equipment should be far easier. Past that, better performance means fewer repairs and lower costs on maintenance, as well as improved energy efficiency which can be used within public relations and marketing strategies.
- Safety: Safety is a critical aspect of running any business in the industrial sector, since the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is highly active in investigations. Customers and employees will be safe from burns and other potential risks that accompany hot water heating with a tankless model, which can protect the company from both OSHA investigations, worker compensation payments, and litigation. Fines can be high, worker injuries can lead to lost productivity, and several other issues arise when safety falls by the wayside. Tankless water heaters are safer than traditional equipment.
- Square footage: Industrial businesses typically require a massive amount of square footage in their plants and operational facilities. While one might think this means they can be a bit more flippant with their layouts, this is simply not the case. Real estate is expensive, and industrial enterprises that make the most out of their spaces tend to be more profitable than others. Tankless water heaters are far smaller, meaning that more square footage will be freed up after installation. This will give industrial firms more options for remodeling and renovation projects as well.