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03/10/2017 Lifestyle

Manning's Farm Gets Instant Hot Water

Advancing Energy Together - Manning’s Dairy Farm with Calor Ireland

As the dairy industry continues to evolve with new automated technology, at Calor Ireland we are evolving too, with our progressive energy solutions.

Kilkenny farmer Tom Manning previously used electric to power the farm's water heating but when upgrading to a Delaval VMS robotic system, Delaval recommended he switched to Calor LPG to guarantee instant hot water of up to 85 degrees.

They have installed three Rinnai HD70e heaters to supply the instant hot water needed for two Delaval VMS robotic systems. A Calor bulk tank was installed on-site.

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Manning's Farm Kilkenny Gets Instant Hot Water


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