Hot water recirculation in commercial buildings
Hot water applications require instant hot water when a tap is opened. And the traditional way of achieving this is in commercial buildings is with commercial hot water pumps.
In this system, the boiler pump is working all the time, just in case someone needs it. Even when the building is unoccupied, or there are few people there, the pump keeps running. This means that anyone who operates the building’s hot water system faces significant costs when it is time to pay their energy bills. And as the pump is running all the time, it will need a lot of maintenance.
The answer is to install a commercial hot water recirculating pump. These simple but very innovative pumps are temperature controlled and eliminate the need for throttling valves. This saves energy and makes sure that water is there are the right temperature, but is being provided at the lowest possible cost.
You also never have to wait for hot water. A commercial hot water recirculating pump will reduce the time that the building’s users will have to wait. It makes sure that hot water is there when it is needed, without paying huge energy bills.
In summary? We use Hot Water Recirculation (HWR) in buildings because it maximizes:
1. Comfort: Hot water when you need it
2. Convenience: Never wait for hot water again
3. Water Savings: For your building and the community; because you reduce wait time for the desired temperature from minutes to seconds
Did you know over 9,000 of gallons of water is wasted annually in a single family home with a 100 foot supply line that holds 2.5 gallons of water? How much more water is your commercial building wasting?
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Whether your commercial building requires pressure boosting, hot water recirculation, or sump and sewage removal, Grundfos has a pumping solution to serve your plumbing needs. Get it all with Grundfos Plumbing... ONE Partner, ALL the Pumps!
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