The international nonprofit recognizes leading manufacturer’s tankless water heaters and ultra high efficiency tank gas water heaters for efficient, green restaurant operation
Bradford White Water Heaters, an industry-leading American manufacturer of water heaters, boilers and storage tanks, announces that its Infiniti® GS and GR tankless water heaters and select eF Series® Ultra High Efficiency commercial tank gas water heaters have been certified by the Green Restaurant Association (GRA), the leading voice within the Green Restaurant movement, for use in GRA-certified restaurants.
Installation and use of GRA-certified products helps restaurants achieve and maintain Green Restaurant certification, the industry’s highest standard for sustainability.
“Bradford White and the GRA share a commitment to helping businesses reach their operational efficiency goals,” said Carl Pinto, Jr., senior director of marketing communications for Bradford White. “This certification recognizes our innovation in creating high-performing products that reduce energy consumption so businesses can operate with maximum efficiency while making a meaningful difference.”
With stainless steel heat exchangers, optional rack mounts and multiple venting options, the Bradford White ENERGY STAR®-certified Infiniti® GS and GR tankless water heaters combine reliability with flexibility to meet the demands of both residential and commercial applications and accommodate a variety of installations. The Infiniti® GR boasts an integrated recirculation pump with a dedicated connection. The Infiniti® GS offers a high-end temperature setting of 180° F and is cascadable up to 16 units. Both models are available for use with natural gas or propane.
Bradford White’s ENERGY STAR®-certified EF60T125 and EF100T commercial tank gas water heaters feature BMS integration, protective powered anodes, Vitraglas® lining with Microban® antimicrobial technology, thermal efficiency up to 97%, ICON HD® controls, direct spark ignition, three-pass fire-tube heat-exchanger system, and an installed T&P relief valve.
Founded in 1990, the GRA is an international nonprofit organization that encourages restaurants to green their operations using science-based certiﬁcation standards. The GRA’s certification standards provide a transparent way to measure a restaurant’s environmental accomplishments and offer a pathway for increasing environmental sustainability. Restaurants earn GreenPoints™ toward certification in eight categories, including energy consumption.
For more information about GRA, visit https://www.dinegreen.com/.
For more information about Bradford White Water Heaters, visit https://www.bradfordwhite.com.
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