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Commercial Gas Hot Water Heater

Introducing Hot Water 365®
Commercial Tankless Leasing & Hot Water Management Program

The Last Gas Commercial Tankless Water Heater You Will Ever Need

Get peace of mind with our turnkey installation and on-going service

Intellihot is your one-stop-shop for all of your gas commercial water heating needs. We will install and maintain your gas tankless water heater for a single low monthly fee. Preserve cash and eliminate downtime while we keep the hot water flowing, day after day. No repair bills, no emergencies, just lower energy costs.

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Ideal for Hotels, Restaurants, Schools, Multi-Family & Senior Living Applications

Compact Drop-In Replacement

Neuron units are over 8" slimmer than traditional water heaters and feature similarly located water in and out for easy hook up without the need to re-pipe. Replace typical tank units in a flash.

Eliminate Mixing Valves & Lower Legionella Risks

With no storage tanks, there’s a lower risk for Legionella growth. By eliminating the need for mixing valves, this feature also reduces their associated unreliability and costs.

None. If you’re looking for a way to save money long-term, improve your buildings energy efficiency. A tankless water heater will meet all your needs and more. It’s a great long-term purchase that will leave you wondering why you didn’t make the switch earlier.

While storage tank water heaters are by far the most common type, tankless water heaters are slowly gaining market share. That’s because of their reputation for running more efficiently, an appealing characteristic given that heating water is the average U.S. properties second highest utility cost after heating and cooling the house itself.

Purchasing a tankless water heater may cost you a small amount more than a traditional storage tank water heater, but, tankless varieties last longer than conventional water heater models which translates to a 20+-year useful life, as compared to commercial storage tank types which last only 7 to 10 years before self-destructing, possibly flooding your business or home, depending on their location. 

On single unit Industrial installations, make sure the electrical outlet being used is wired with at least 12 gauge wire and grounded with an appropriately sized circuit breaker (30 AMP). The electrical power required for the water heater is 120V AC at 60 Hz

Tankless water heaters offer business owners compact, efficient, environmentally friendly machines that greatly decrease energy usage and produce only as much hot water as needed. The savings are nearly incalculable in terms of energy, money, and effort

Industrial heaters are used to convert energy from a fuel or energy source to thermal energy in a system, process stream or closed environment. The process by which thermal energy is transformed from an energy source to a system can be described as heat transfer.

The largest capacity tankless water heater is the Intellihot iQ3001, which offers 3 Million BTU’s in one compact unit.

The type of water heater you choose will also affect your water heating costs. One type of water heater may use a fuel type more efficiently than another type of water heater. For example, an electric heat pump water heater typically is more energy efficient than an electric conventional storage water heater. Also, an electric heat pump water heater might have lower energy costs than a gas-fired conventional storage water heater, even though local natural gas costs might be lower than the electricity rates.

A typical industrial water heater that is cared for and maintained correctly should last 20+ years. Though the electronics on most of the newer hot water systems won’t necessarily last that long, the rest of this equipment is built to produce lots of hot water without a lot of problems for many years.

Determine the maximum number of devices you want to run and their total flow rate. Then, add up their flow rates (gallons per minute). 
Determine required temperature rise. 

Make is simple and use a sizing calculator that will do the work for you. 

Sizing Example: An average shower will be between 104–106° and uses 2.6 gallons of water.

Given the variable water inflow temperature, it’s rather hard to pinpoint exactly how big a tankless hot water heater you need with out more information.  Here is a conversion calculator that will give you a comparable tankless replacement. 

Gas tankless water heaters are able to produce a larger temperature rise per gpm than electric models. Most demand water heaters are rated for a variety of inlet temperatures. Typically, a 70°F water temperature rise is possible at a flow rate of 5 gallons per minute through gas-fired demand water heaters and 2 gallons per minute through electric water heaters. Faster flow rates or cooler inlet temperatures can sometimes reduce the water temperature at the most distant faucet.

Examples:

FIXTURE

AVERAGE FLOW GPM

AVERAGE TEMP.

Tub4.0 GPM102°F
Shower2.5 – 3.0 GPM104°F
Washing Machine2.0 GPM120°F
Dishwasher1.5 GPM110°F
Kitchen Sink1.5 GPM110°F

Depending on use and fixtures this can vary.  It’s best to seek the advise of a plumbing professional to properly size your project.  Or, use a sizing calculator that will gather your project information and make recommendations based on your specific needs. 

Determine the maximum number of devices you want to run and their total flow rate. Then, add up their flow rates (gallons per minute). 
Determine required temperature rise. 

Make is simple and use a sizing calculator that will do the work for you.