October 28, 2021
12:00pm - 1:00pm CST
Health care facilities can have large complex domestic hot water systems. The key to patient safety, reduced energy costs, and maximized water use is to ensure that your system is operating efficiently.
In this session, we review common problems with domestic hot water delivery, the impact of uncontrolled temperatures, and explore how system automation can provide integrated control allowing you to deliver hot water quickly throughout the entire facility while simplifying adherence to water management requirements.
- Greg Swafford, Technical Sales Manager – Commercial Water
- Outline key operational objectives for domestic hot water systems.
- List common domestic hot water system issues impacting system performance.
- Recognize the impact of uncontrolled domestic hot water temperatures.
- Describe how plumbing system automation supports safety, sustainability, and operational efficiency.
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