Food Manufacturing Water Heaters

Food safety is crucial in manufacturing and production—a water heater outage can take down your line!

If you operate a commercial kitchen in the food industry, you know that food safety, hygiene, and sanitation can keep you up at night. If your hot water goes down, your whole line grinds to a halt. There’s no margin for error or wiggle room when it comes to food preparation, packaging, and production.

The Right Water Heater Plan Keeps You Running

Reliable Water Services provides commercial water heaters to food production facilities in Wisconsin and Indiana—right in the heart of food manufacturing. We know that your business depends on hot water. A water heating problem can cost you time, money, and productivity.

Like most food manufacturers, you run on a tight budget and production schedule. If a critical piece of equipment, like your water heater, goes down, you can lose an entire day of revenue. If hot water dwindles or runs out, you could risk errors in sanitization and food safety, which can cost you even more. High-temperature water is crucial for production, especially in manufacturing and industrial applications like food production.

A line of newly manufactured aluminum cans are pictured traveling down an automated assembly line in a food manufacturing facility.

Fortunately, Reliable Water Services has the back of those in the food production industry. We offer peace of mind with water heater rental and service plans to ensure your food manufacturing facility stays up and running. We provide a reliable hot water solution for maximum efficiency.

We Answer the Call of No Hot Water

Are you running into an issue with your commercial hot water? Our trained water heater technicians are readily available to help get your kitchen back up and running fast. Whether your equipment needs repair or replacement, we’ll make sure you get fast, precise service.

​When a food service provider needs to get water to the desired temperature for their commercial dishwashers, line sanitization, or equipment safety, we’ll help you keep your continuous hot water supply flowing. Whether you work in the beverage industry, food packaging, or food manufacturing, we’re here to help you meet safety regulations and plant sanitation requirements. Many food producers need access to gallons of water, and the bottom line is that your business can’t run if your line doesn’t have the water it needs.

All water heater and service contracts with Reliable Water Services help ensure that when equipment fails, we minimize downtime. The moment you call about your water heating systems, we answer 24/7. Our trained techs arrive at your food production facility quickly. They know what water heating equipment you have on-site, and they’re prepared with the right knowledge and parts to ensure you have the best experience possible and avoid downtown.

Temperature Control for Commercial Kitchens

Commercial kitchens require precise temperature control and top-quality commercial water heating equipment. Food manufacturing facilities must adhere to strict safety requirements when it comes to the production of products for human consumption. Equipment must be sanitized with water at 180° F. Your facility must be kept clean and safe.

Water for handling by employees needs to be safe, too. The same water used for sanitization in your food processing facility could cause burns. It’s important to control the temperature of water at your facility throughout the production process. If you have multiple lines, you may need multiple heaters with different capacities.

If you need a hot water heater that can handle high-volume production, we can help you select the right size for the job. Water heater sizing isn’t a guessing game. The right heater for your facility should be cost-effective and capable of handling the job. We have different rental and service plans to help you find the most affordable option to meet your needs. Reach out today to learn more.

Our Smart Rental Plans Include:


No upfront equipment costs – it’s all part of the package!


Our plumber or yours? Either way, the installation cost is covered!

Service Calls

Call 1-800-356-1444 for emergency water heater service, day or night.


Whenever your water heater fails, we replace it—fast.

Learn More

See all plans and services, or get a free quote.

Water Heater Down?

Water heater leaking? No hot water? When a hot water emergency disrupts your business, call us any time, day or night.

Our team is ready to fix or replace your broken water heating equipment, whenever you need us. 


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