Bradford White Corp., an industry-leading American manufacturer of water heaters, boilers, and storage tanks, will showcase its innovative, high-quality solutions for the restaurant facility management industry at the Restaurant Facility Management Association Annual Conference in San Antonio on March 21–23.
“We’re looking forward to highlighting the reliable, powerful, and efficient products we offer to help restaurant facilities management professionals thrive and grow in this dynamic industry,” said Carl Pinto, Jr., Senior Director of Marketing Communications for Bradford White. “RFMA provides a unique opportunity for the leaders and experts to connect and share insights that are driving the industry.”
The RFMA Annual Conference offers three days of building partnerships and relationships, hot-topic education sessions, sharing industry knowledge, and discovering new resources.
Representatives from Bradford White will be available at Booth 1035 during the event, featuring restaurant solutions products and product features including:
- Infiniti® GS Tankless Water Heater: The ENERGY STAR®-certified Infiniti® GS tankless water heater offers energy efficiency, high performance, and cutting-edge features, including a robust stainless steel heat exchanger, high temperature setting of 180°F, cascade rack installation, and common venting.
- eF Series® Ultra High Efficiency Gas Water Heaters: The ENERGY STAR®-certified eF Series® Ultra High Efficiency Gas Water Heaters feature BMS integration, protective powered anodes, Vitraglas® lining, thermal efficiency up to 97 percent, ICON HD® controls, direct spark ignition, three-pass fire-tube heat-exchanger system, and an installed T&P relief valve.
- Vitraglas® Tank Lining with Microban®: Vitraglas® is an enamel lining and coating uniquely formulated and applied to Bradford White water heaters to keep harmful corrosive elements from reaching the steel of the tank and other components. This tank lining also features Microban® antimicrobial product protection to help prevent the growth of bacteria, mold, and mildew on its surface.
Source: Bradford White Corp.