Choosing natural gas for business equipment is an environmentally responsible way to get the reliability and performance your business needs at a lower cost. Natural gas equipment can help boost your business’s bottom line — while shrinking your carbon footprint.
Natural gas commercial ranges are equipped with burners that generate stronger heat levels than a residential range. Plus, they provide instant, even heat and are less expensive to operate.
If you operate a restaurant or commercial kitchen, a natural gas fryer can help save time and energy. Their ability to heat up oil and food quickly means you can easily whip up a variety of dishes, while high-capacity models can hold more food to meet high demands.
Commercial natural gas dryers provide laundry functions for numerous building types, with a range of capacities and performance options to meet specific needs. They produce a warmer heat cycle, reducing drying time and saving energy.
Tankless Water Heater
Tankless units free up valuable square footage in commercial buildings by offering a compact, space-saving design. They also provide instant hot water without the wait.
Tank-Style Water Heater
With a commercial natural gas water heater, a power outage won’t affect your customers’ access to hot water. Plus, they have a higher recovery rate and flow rate than their electric counterparts.
Many businesses in our service area use boilers for central heating, water heating and manufacturing processes. Converting your boiler to natural gas can reduce your operating costs and environmental liabilities.
Natural Gas Forklifts
Natural gas forklifts save money, increase safety, improve air quality, refuel more easily and reduce maintenance. Using natural gas forklifts also reduces space required for battery storage and recharging.
Gas Booster Heaters
These heaters are a high-efficiency, environmentally clean and cost-effective solution to providing the final rinse for sanitizing dishes for restaurants; hotels and motels; schools and universities; and hospitals and nursing homes. Gas booster heaters take hot water at temperatures of 120°F to 140°F and “boost” it to 180°F.
Combined Heat And Power (CHP) Systems
These sophisticated systems are intelligent energy efficiency. A basic CHP system generates electricity through a large gas-fired turbine, producing a great amount of waste heat which can be used for space heating, drying or water heating.
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