Foodservice industry experts know that restaurants can increase their revenue by avoiding code violations, cutting operating expenses and appealing to customer preference. Cost-cutting and maximizing profits at a restaurant may require managers to take a step back, analyze the process as a whole and search for logistical solutions. For example, the unique advantages of a tankless water heater allow a restaurant to perform all three money-saving strategies at once. Minimize code violations The financial repercussions for failing a health-code inspection could be devastating for any restaurant. Several of those codes are directly related to water temperature. Hand-washing stations, food-preparation sinks and large dishwashers must all deliver hot water at a certain temperature for a restaurant to meet health requirements. A single code violation could incur huge fines to the restaurant and put the establishment at risk of being shut down. Eemax is a proven expert in finding a hot water solution to meet code requirements. Reduce utility costs Unfortunately, even a basic malfunction in a tank storage water heater can lead to irregular and inconsistent temperatures. Furthermore, storage tank heaters typically are overtaxed during peak business hours According to industry publication Restaurant Facility Business, redundancy in water heaters is a solution to several common restaurant problems. Tankless boosters are the perfect support system for getting the most out of existing storage tanks. However, getting the most out of these outdated machines still may translate to a loss for the restaurant. Establishments looking to cut into their utility costs and power consumption should instead consider replacing their storage tank heaters. Tankless water heaters provide several efficiency benefits over storage tank heaters. Tankless heaters have impressive thermal efficiencies. By comparison, storage tank heaters only are able to successfully utilize 65% of Generated power to heat water. Finally, restaurants can count on Eemax tankless water heaters to provide maximum performance for a minimum of 20 years. This reliability is part of what makes tank less heaters an obvious upgrade for aging, corroding storage tanks. Boost sustainable appeal Statistics point toward a surging customer interest in restaurants that follow sustainable practices. In fact, the data suggests consumers are even more interested in seeing restaurants operate sustainably than they are curious to try new sustainable recipes. The 2014 Cone Communication Food Issues Trend Tracker reports 77% of consumers rank “sustainability” as a top consideration when making food decisions. Installing waste-reducing devices such as tankless water heaters will help a restaurant to qualify for LEED certification. The U.S. Green Building Council awards LEED certification to buildings and businesses that have demonstrated a commitment to green operating standards. A restaurant recognized by LEED also is more likely to attract customers who prioritize sustainable business practices. Restaurants can address all these issues by supplementing their current water heaters with a state-of-the-art Eemax electric tankless booster that supplies extra hot water to the entire establishment.
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