Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

FEB 2019

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WITH SAVINGS LIKE THIS, EVEN A SMALL INVESTMENT CAN MAKE A BIG IMPACT. Utility costs add up fast — and a small investment in low-flow plumbing fixtures can make a big impact on water and energy costs for years to come. That's why T&S offers a full range of water-saving products, including sensor faucets — maintaining the strong performance you need without wasting precious resources. Learn more at . * Based on use of a non-public kitchen handsink, water running for 20 seconds during a manual faucet handwash with a 2.2-GPM flow rate, compared to a 1.5-GPM flow rate only running while hands are rinsing during handwash (estimated 7 seconds), with an average of 8 employees washing their hands 8 times per day, 365 days per year, with a 5-year product lifecycle and a $722 purchase price. Assumes electric water heater at national averages of 95% efficiency, energy cost of $0.13/kWH, water cost of $2.00/CCF, and sewer cost of $3.00/CCF. See us at NAFEM Booth #3035

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