Hotels and Resorts

Hotels and resorts need hot water for many reasons including personal use, laundry, cooking, and sanitation.

Hotels and resorts require hot water for a variety of uses day-to-day. Hot water for space heating, personal use, laundry, food preparation, and maintaining recreational facilities can add up quickly. Any small increase in savings can make a big difference to a monthly or annual utility budget.

 

Green hotels and resorts are becoming increasingly popular as society shifts further towards being more environmentally conscious. One way to reduce the carbon footprint of day-to-day operations is to fuel your boilers with biogas created from anaerobic digesters. Anaerobic digesters can be used to process wastewater and organic waste, reducing sewage utility bills.

 

For older boutique hotels and resorts, retrofitting may be problematic due to the reduced width of service entrances and doorways. The NX series is tall and thin, allowing it to fit into spaces you wouldn’t expect. The HC series has an even smaller footprint and can be stacked to maximize space. By stacking the HC 2500 you can have 5,000,000 BTU/hr in less than 25 ft² of floor space.

 

Many resorts are also located off the beaten path, in remote locations. The economy of operation and ease of maintenance are very important considerations when selecting new equipment for hotels and resorts. Self-sufficiency is also important. The GMI series has burners available capable of burning multiple fuels or gases, so if one fuel type becomes unavailable you can look to another option. While the GMI series has a larger footprint than other models, it also has a higher capacity of up to 12,000,000 BTU/hr.

 

For resorts and hotels located near areas with heavy winters, Our boilers are the optimal choice for utilizing snow melt due to their unequalled thermal shock guarantee. The 316/316L stainless steel heat exchangers are entirely self-contained and all parts which require access for service and maintenance are located on the exterior of the units.

Hotels and resorts require hot water for a variety of uses day-to-day. Hot water for space heating, personal use, laundry, food preparation, and maintaining recreational facilities can add up quickly. Any small increase in savings can make a big difference to a monthly or annual utility budget.

 

Hotels and resorts need hot water for many reasons including personal use, laundry, cooking, and sanitation.

 

Green hotels and resorts are becoming increasingly popular as society shifts further towards being more environmentally conscious. One way to reduce the carbon footprint of day-to-day operations is to fuel your boilers with biogas created from anaerobic digesters. Anaerobic digesters can be used to process wastewater and organic waste, reducing sewage utility bills.

 

For older boutique hotels and resorts, retrofitting may be problematic due to the reduced width of service entrances and doorways. The NX series is tall and thin, allowing it to fit into spaces you wouldn’t expect. The HC series has an even smaller footprint and can be stacked to maximize space. By stacking the HC 2500 you can have 5,000,000 BTU/hr in less than 25 ft² of floor space.

 

Many resorts are also located off the beaten path, in remote locations. The economy of operation and ease of maintenance are very important considerations when selecting new equipment for hotels and resorts. Self-sufficiency is also important. The GMI series has burners available capable of burning multiple fuels or gases, so if one fuel type becomes unavailable you can look to another option. While the GMI series has a larger footprint than other models, it also has a higher capacity of up to 12,000,000 BTU/hr.

 

For resorts and hotels located near areas with heavy winters, Our boilers are the optimal choice for utilizing snow melt due to their unequalled thermal shock guarantee. The 316/316L stainless steel heat exchangers are entirely self-contained and all parts which require access for service and maintenance are located on the exterior of the units.