Tallahassee, FL, December 16, 2009: Today’s food service industry is more and more about “survival of the frugal”. With virtually every commercial kitchen looking to cut costs, increase performance and boost the bottom line, new natural gas booster water heaters can help. (Compared to non-gas, the average restaurant can save up to $5,000+ per year on energy costs.)
A big improvement from past models, new technology
features more efficient burners, better insulation and extended tank life. From ventless to extremely efficient tankless, there’s an option for almost any space and size requirement. Performance, however, remains uncompromised.
water from 110°F all the way to 180° F, additional heat does more than kill bacteria and destroy grease: it eliminates the need for costly sanitizing chemicals, as well as labor and water-wasting re-washes. It also means less water per load and faster washing/drying times.
Then there’s the green
. When a commercial kitchen replaces its non-gas booster water heater with clean, efficient natural gas, it can reduce its carbon footprint by up to 60%.
Encouraging green energy practices, many natural gas utilities offer a substantial cash rebate to replace old, non-gas models with new, natural gas.
The Florida Natural Gas Association (FNGA
) is a non-profit organization that promotes and encourages the growth of the natural gas industry in the state of Florida. It also seeks to protect the interests of the industry, its members and consumers. Our members include distribution companies, transmission, gas supply marketers and affiliate members. With a membership of more than 100 companies, FNGA represents every segment of the natural gas industry.
For more information, please contact Jenna Bernardo, FNGA staff member, phone. (321) 779-1010, email@example.com.