Video: Optimizing Domestic Hot Water Systems for Peak Performance
The key to occupant safety, reduced energy costs, and maximized water use is ensuring hot water systems are operating at peak performance.
- Describe common domestic hot water system problems.
- Recognize the impact of uncontrolled domestic hot water temperatures.
- Outline best practices for domestic hot water system design in new construction.
- Identify solutions to fix common problems and optimize system performance in existing facilities.
Video courtesy: CxEnergy
Presenter: Greg Swafford, CPD, GPD, GF Piping Systems
Commercial and institutional facilities can have large complex domestic hot water systems. The key to occupant safety, reduced energy costs, and maximized water use is to ensure that systems are operating at peak performance. In this session, we review common problems with domestic hot water delivery, the impact of uncontrolled temperatures, and outline a strategy to optimize performance with emerging automation technology.
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