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Condensing Boiler - Lochinvar - Facility Management Product Release


Condensing Boiler: Lochinvar

Lochinvar
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The CREST Condensing Boiler upgrade provides up to 96 percent thermal efficiency in six models ranging from 2.5 million to 6 million Btu/hr. CREST boiler models have an upgraded combustion system and an updated 316L stainless steel heat exchanger. This fire-tube design transfers heat to surrounding water even more efficiently than before.

The CREST boiler features an enhanced modulating burner that delivers a turndown ratio up to 20:1 and flexible flow rates up to 600 gallons per minute to meet the needs of the largest commercial applications.

The CREST boiler communicates in real time with building management systems by utilizing an on-board Modbus or BACnet MSTP protocol. And with CON·X·US remote connectivity, which is a standard feature, commercial facility managers and building owners can monitor and adjust equipment controls on a CREST Condensing Boilerfrom a mobile app available on most smart devices.

Lochinvar’s SMART TOUCH control system makes navigation simple and includes a built-in cascading component that enables communication and sequencing of up to eight units.

The CREST boiler offers commercial installers six venting options and permits direct-vent air intake and exhaust runs of up to 100 feet using AL29-4C stainless steel vent pipe on all models as well as CPVC, PVC, and Polypropylene on the 2501-3501 models.

The product family features 12 indoor models and six outdoor models both ranging from 750,000 to 6 million Btu/hr.


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posted: 8/29/2018