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If a restaurant’s kitchen were to suddenly find itself without hot water, dishes wouldn’t get cleaned. A lack of clean dishes means the food doesn’t go out. And if this were to happen during the establishments busiest hours, service would grind to a halt.
In a recent article in Restaurant Facility Business magazine’s February/March 2013 issue, Rinnai’s Adam Hersh discusses how tankless water heaters can help restaurants have plenty of energy-efficient hot water. For larger restaurants with greater hot water needs, multiple tankless units not only deliver ample hot water, they also provide redundancy, keeping the restaurant running on schedule.
Read Adam’s full article here.