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Space heaters: Cambridge Engineering

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Expanding its new line of SA-Series space heaters, Cambridge Engineering has added the SA350, capable of delivering 350 MBH (350,000 Btus per hour) for commercial and industrial applications. The company says the space heater was designed with the needs of building owners and managers in mind. The heaters patented Blow-Thru® Direct Gas-Fired Space Heaters are built to efficiently and safely heat commercial and industrial facilities. The flagship S-Series is documented to achieve 40% to 70% energy savings over unit heaters or traditional boiler applications, according to officials.


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ABMA names new president, CEO

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The American Boiler Manufacturers Association has hired Scott R. Lynch as the new president and CEO.


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Boiler control: Bosch Thermotechnology

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Bosch Thermotechnology has introduced its Heatronic 4000 commercial boiler control for producing and maintaining a set target temperature in up to four boilers. The Heatronic 4000 controls and monitors both condensing and non-condensing commercial boilers that have modulating, single-stage, two-stage, and dual fuel burners. The company claims the BacNet® and Modbus® compatible burner controller allows for a more flexible, cost-effective mixed boiler plant solution, providing better system control, energy efficiency and overall boiler performance.


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Boiler: Bosch Thermotechnology

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Bosch Thermotechnology has expanded its Buderus brand GB162 gas condensing boiler offering. The company claims by combining condensing and cascade technologies together in one compact design provides ultra-high performance efficiencies (up to 93% AFUE) with the ability to fit multiple boiler units into tight spaces.


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BIM-Revit available for Weil-McLain SlimFit boiler

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Weil-McLain has officially rolled out BIM-Revit files for the SlimFit™ Commercial High Efficiency Condensing boiler.


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Draft controller: Schebler Chimney Systems

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Schebler says its Sequence Draft Control™ (SDC) design service offers boiler and hot water heater manufacturers a complete engineered venting system. SDC is capable of maintaining the desired condensing dew point of combustion, preventing excess draft which impacts efficiency and fuel/air ratio’s – especially with high turndown modulating burners.


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Boiler: Laars Heating Systems Company

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The new MagnaTherm from Laars is a 95% thermal efficiency modulating-condensing boiler or volume water heater available in 2, 3, and 4 million Btu/H sizes. MagnaTherm says it offers a 5:1 turndown, small footprint, slim vertical design with removable top section, a stainless steel heat exchanger, and multiple voltage options to match building service. Designed and made in the U.S.A, the MagnaTherm meets all ASME requirements and is AHRI certified.


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Boiler: Cleaver-Brooks

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The ClearFire®–LC from Cleaver-Brooks integrates the company’s heat exchanger, burner, and control technology into a large capacity condensing boiler product. The CFLC's integrated premix burner and linkageless control, work together to provide full modulation, ultra-low emissions, and optimum turndown, according to company officials.


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Boiler: Laars

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The new MagnaTherm from Laars is a 95% thermal efficiency modulating-condensing boiler or volume water heater available in 2, 3 and 4 million Btuh sizes.


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Boiler: Ajax Boiler

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Ajax Boiler introduced the Triton™ – Atlas Series™ of high-efficiency, near-condensing boilers. The boilers feature up to 86% thermal efficiency and a double row, double pass, high finned copper finned heat exchanger.


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