How to Go “Tankless” in Hotels

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Webinar On-Demand
Sponsored by Intellihot
Presented by Sridhar Deivasigamani

Learning Objectives:

  1. Examine how to size tankless/on-demand water heaters for hotels.
  2. Identify how to balance capacity needs against space, cost, and downtime.
  3. Evaluate real-world flow data and analysis of draw profiles.
  4. Describe how modular tankless systems can be effectively applied for large scale applications.


1 GBCI CE Hour
1 PDH*
This test is no longer available for credit

Does designing water heating systems feel like walking a tightrope? Are your engineers balancing capacity with space, cost, and downtime? If so, we can help. In this webinar, we share how to go “tankless” in hotels, large or small, based on real-world flow data and analysis of draw profiles. See how modular tankless systems can be effectively applied to cut your capital cost by 50%, operation costs by 40%, and space needs by 80% while simultaneously quadrupling reliability.

Rendering of a building exterior.

Sridhar Deivasigamani Sridhar Deivasigamani is a mechanical engineer with a focus on marine engines and control systems with 20 years of mechatronics. In his spare time, he likes to work on motorcycles and robotic lawnmowers.

Founded in 2009, after a traditional water heater broke down and flooded our founder’s basement, Intellihot today designs, manufactures and assembles tankless water heaters for residential, commercial and industrial applications—the first to do so entirely in the United States. Quality and innovation are at the heart of all our products, which were developed following years of extensive research. We continue to be recognized for our innovative design and have several patents pending.


Originally published in July 2016