Commercial boiler with heat exchanger

Power-Fin commercial boiler offers an input capacity from 2.5 to 5 million BTU/Hr that comes from a heat exchanger with a double row of swept fins.

08/31/2016


Power-Fin commercial boiler offers an input capacity from 2.5 to 5 million BTU/Hr that comes from a heat exchanger with a double row of swept fins. Courtesy: LochinvarLochinvar's Power-Fin commercial boiler offers an input capacity from 2.5 to 5 million BTU/Hr that comes from a heat exchanger with a double row of swept fins. The boiler includes the Smart Touch Control and CON·X·US remote connect. Smart Touch Control offers an 8 in touchscreen with infographics for set-up, while the CON•X•US platform allows users to monitor and manage the boiler from any internet-capable device. Power-Fin boilers feature a 5:1 turndown ratio that responsively adapts the burner firing rate to match heating load requirements at any point between 20% and full capacity. The Power-Fin commercial boiler can be used in large commercial buildings and multi-family housing projects.

Lochinvar

www.Lochinvar.com



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