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“The more that we understand about water conservation and how we can create impact to that, the better off we all are." Mike Orlando speaks to "Buildings" about the need to understand water use in order to improve conservation.
From color selection to the durable design that protects kitchens, T&S Safe-T-Link gas hoses offer the best option for connecting safely.
Engineers have enough on their plates without having to struggle to find the support, tools and products they need to do their job. Here are four reasons T&S Brass is an easy-to-work-with partner for plumbing engineers.
The newly unveiled T&S DuraPull offers peak performance, unmatched durability and long-term reliability for high-volume kitchens.
Total Food Service takes a look at how T&S has reinvented pre-rinsing with the new DuraPull in response to changing foodservice and warewashing needs.
IndustryWeek takes an in-depth look at how T&S' willingness to adapt over time and overall commitment to excellence earned it a repeat honor as one of North America's Best Plants.
Plumbing products for healthcare facilities must address a litany of needs, including safety, sustainability and durability. T&S' David Scelsi talks to Health Facilities Management about the considerations and available solutions for common issues.
Commercial restroom design has traditionally focused on durability rather than sustainability. But perspectives are changing, and more facilities are tapping into plumbing advances to increase conservation and cut costs without sacrificing function.
When it comes to designing and specifying commercial kitchens, a sink isn’t just any sink. How the sink will be used should determine what tools will be needed and the features and elements that should be included for optimal performance.
Even as sensor faucets proliferate across nearly every kind of facility, questions remain about when and where they belong — and where they may not. David Scelsi tells Plumbing Engineer 3 reasons to, and 4 reasons not to, go hands-free.