A. O. Smith Adds 55-Gallon Conservationist Commercial Model

April 13, 2016

Leading water heater manufacturer A. O. Smith will launch its newest high-efficiency commercial water heater, the Commercial Gas Conservationist® BT-60.

An extension of the Conservationist BT line, this new 55-gallon version joins a lineup of 74-gallon and 98-gallon commercial gas models that provide reliable, efficient service for applications such as office buildings and duplex apartment homes.

“When we first introduced the iconic Conservationist line, A. O. Smith raised the bar forperformance and efficiency for affordable commercial gas water heaters,” said David Chisolm, vice president of marketing. “With the addition of the 55-gallon Conservationist BT model, our plumbing contractor partners can recommend a trusted gas water heater for many light commercial applications.”

Available in natural gas and propane models, the Conservationist gas water heater delivers arobust 106 gallon first-hour rating. The Conservationist family’s eco-friendly, non-CFC foam insulation, integrated heat traps and specially designed combustion chamber combine for maximum savings on operating costs. The Conservationist BT-60 model also features fully automated controls with safety shutoff that requires no electric connections.

For more information about A. O. Smith and the full commercial Conservationist line, visitwww.hotwater.com.

About A. O. Smith:
A. O. Smith Corporation is a leading global manufacturer and marketer of residential and commercial water heaters. A. O. Smith offers its customers an additional competitive advantage in that the company designs, builds, distributes and supports the world’s broadest and deepestline of residential and commercial water heaters, as well as commercial boilers. This single source concept simplifies ordering, installation and service and is backed by 80 years of researchand innovation. For the most up-to-date A. O. Smith news, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and visit https://www.hotwater.com.

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