Health Care

Proper healthcare sanitation can be the difference between life and death. Hot potable water is imperative for most cleaning procedures.

Boilers for healthcare facilities can be a pricey investment. When dealing with caring for the sick and/or infirm, it’s important to prioritize their safety and comfort. Having a dependable heat and hot water system is a crucial part of that goal. Healthcare structures and equipment have to be frequently sanitized to remove potential germs, requiring large amounts of water. To maximize chemical efficiency, using hot water is especially important as it improves chemical reactions and lessens the amount needed.

 

Healthcare buildings also go through large amounts of laundry. From gowns to scrubs to sheets and towels, every pound of dry cloth requires around two gallons of water to wash. For larger hospitals or treatment facilities, this can make a laundry operation a significant portion of daily running expenses.

 

For all sterilization procedures, it’s important to avoid any contamination in the water. Our high-efficiency condensing boilers are made using 316/316L stainless steel, a food-grade alloy that resists corrosion and doesn’t add any impurities to the water. The chemical makeup of the water that enters the boilers remains the same, adding nothing new to the hot water system. We have a wide range of product models available for any size healthcare facility.

 

For a building as important as a healthcare facility, it’s important to be prepared for any scenario. The GMI series offers multiple models with dual-fuel and dual-gas capabilities, so if a fuel source becomes unavailable or you can rely on a different option. This also allows for economical fuel savings, such as switching between fuel types as they become less or more expensive. For healthcare facilities located in more remote areas, it’s important to have peace of mind that your heating system will remain reliable. Our heat exchangers are entirely self-contained, and all parts which require access for service and maintenance are located on the exterior of the units.

Boilers for healthcare facilities can be a pricey investment. When dealing with caring for the sick and/or infirm, it’s important to prioritize their safety and comfort. Having a dependable heat and hot water system is a crucial part of that goal. Healthcare structures and equipment have to be frequently sanitized to remove potential germs, requiring large amounts of water. To maximize chemical efficiency, using hot water is especially important as it improves chemical reactions and lessens the amount needed.

 

Proper healthcare sanitation can be the difference between life and death. Hot potable water is imperative for most cleaning procedures.

 

Healthcare buildings also go through large amounts of laundry. From gowns to scrubs to sheets and towels, every pound of dry cloth requires around two gallons of water to wash. For larger hospitals or treatment facilities, this can make a laundry operation a significant portion of daily running expenses.

 

For all sterilization procedures, it’s important to avoid any contamination in the water. Our high-efficiency condensing boilers are made using 316/316L stainless steel, a food-grade alloy that resists corrosion and doesn’t add any impurities to the water. The chemical makeup of the water that enters the boilers remains the same, adding nothing new to the hot water system. We have a wide range of product models available for any size healthcare facility.

 

For a building as important as a healthcare facility, it’s important to be prepared for any scenario. The GMI series offers multiple models with dual-fuel and dual-gas capabilities, so if a fuel source becomes unavailable or you can rely on a different option. This also allows for economical fuel savings, such as switching between fuel types as they become less or more expensive. For healthcare facilities located in more remote areas, it’s important to have peace of mind that your heating system will remain reliable. Our heat exchangers are entirely self-contained, and all parts which require access for service and maintenance are located on the exterior of the units.