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Tankless Water Heaters Target Ease of Use
Intellihot Inc., a clean technology, IoT company which manufacturers commercial tankless water heaters used by some of the world’s largest hotels, announces its Neuron Series of commercial tankless water heaters. The Neuron Series launches with two models, the iN401 and iN501, providing up 399,999 and 499,999 BTU/hr, respectively. Both models feature direct cellular LTE connectivity for remote monitoring and independently controlled twin engines offering built-in redundancy and twice the power of competing tank water heaters.
Designed for hotels, restaurants and schools, the drop-in ready tankless units fit existing water and gas connections eliminating the need to re-pipe, and cutting installation time in half. The compact and lightweight Neuron Series heaters are 8 inches slimmer than a typical tank and fit in the narrowest of spaces including standard doorways and elevators.
“Without hot water, a hotel can lose thousands of dollars every day or risk shutting down. Our drop-in Neuron units replace existing tanks easily,” said Sri Deivasigamani, CEO of Intellihot. “We’re dedicated to creating products that revolutionize mechanical rooms through innovative and intelligent solutions that not only save hotels a great deal of space, time and money, but also make a significant impact on our planet.”
This product launch comes on the heels of a highly successful and momentous year for Intellihot. In addition to continued growth and significant market traction, the company recently signed an exclusive commercial license agreement with NASA to power Intellihot’s entire product line of tankless hot water heaters with novel combustion burner technology developed by NASA for aircraft engines.
Intellihot’s tankless systems provide endless hot water only when needed, eliminate waste and environmental impact, and cut down greenhouse emissions by over 40 percent. And with no storage tanks, there’s less risk for Legionella growth. All units come with two years of 24/7 remote monitoring with serviceable parts shipped onsite proactively.
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