Government Facilities

Government buildings can be old, requiring complicated retrofits when upgrading their hot water systems.

Government facilities can include offices, dormitories, laboratories, remote research stations, and military structures. In every case, it is of the utmost importance to be able to have hot water where it’s needed when it’s needed.

 

Governments often utilize older buildings, which can complicate improvements. Heritage buildings often have thinner doorways, smaller service entrances, and difficult to access utility areas. Many modern boilers have a large footprint, causing issues when the boiler system needs to be replaced. The NX series is our vertical solution to these problems. Capable of fitting through 36″ doorways, NX series hot water boilers are light and easily manoeuvrable, fitting many places other industrial boilers cannot. Our HC series also has a small footprint, with the added bonus of being stackable with other HC units. HC units are so small that they can drastically reduce the space needed in boiler rooms.

 

Heating older buildings can contribute to other problems, such as requiring plumbing and HVAC system upgrades when installing a new boiler system. If moving away from steam-heating to hot water, improvements can become expensive. Our boilers run up to 99.8% efficient, meaning that you can recoup the cost of renovations by saving on your monthly utility bills. Depending on the increase in efficiency for your new hot water boiler system and the cost of fuel in your area, savings can be hundreds or even thousands of dollars per month.

 

Government facilities run on careful budgets and need to get the most bang for their buck. Our hot water boilers are made with high-grade 316/316L stainless steel, an alloy that resists corrosion and thermal shock. We offer a 20-year thermal shock warranty on our heat exchangers and a 10-year prorated warranty on heat exchanger corrosion. For remote facilities, we offer mobile units, custom-built boilers capable of going anywhere.

Government facilities can include offices, dormitories, laboratories, remote research stations, and military structures. In every case, it is of the utmost importance to be able to have hot water where it’s needed when it’s needed.

 

Government buildings can be old, requiring complicated retrofits when upgrading their hot water systems.

 

Governments often utilize older buildings, which can complicate improvements. Heritage buildings often have thinner doorways, smaller service entrances, and difficult to access utility areas. Many modern boilers have a large footprint, causing issues when the boiler system needs to be replaced. The NX series is our vertical solution to these problems. Capable of fitting through 36″ doorways, NX series hot water boilers are light and easily manoeuvrable, fitting many places other industrial boilers cannot. Our HC series also has a small footprint, with the added bonus of being stackable with other HC units. HC units are so small that they can drastically reduce the space needed in boiler rooms.

 

Heating older buildings can contribute to other problems, such as requiring plumbing and HVAC system upgrades when installing a new boiler system. If moving away from steam-heating to hot water, improvements can become expensive. Our boilers run up to 99.8% efficient, meaning that you can recoup the cost of renovations by saving on your monthly utility bills. Depending on the increase in efficiency for your new hot water boiler system and the cost of fuel in your area, savings can be hundreds or even thousands of dollars per month.

 

Government facilities run on careful budgets and need to get the most bang for their buck. Our hot water boilers are made with high-grade 316/316L stainless steel, an alloy that resists corrosion and thermal shock. We offer a 20-year thermal shock warranty on our heat exchangers and a 10-year prorated warranty on heat exchanger corrosion. For remote facilities, we offer mobile units, custom-built boilers capable of going anywhere.