Microprocessors Can Make Big Boiler Changes
Cleaver-Books (Milwaukee, WI) introduces SysteMAX, a microprocessor-based wireless control for boiler rooms. SysteMAX uses 64 I/O points for controlling multiple boilers, pumps, and dampers while matching system load. Also, the control can adjust boiler sequencing and firing rate based on real-time variances from outdoor temperature, supply/return temperatures, and flow. The SysteMAX can manage both condensing and non-condensing boilers, and according to the company its flow intelligence maximizes efficiency with reduced cycling, resulting in a reduction of fuel consumption.
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