Intelligent boiler control technology

RBT-3000 Low Water Cut-Off and Fuel Economizer from McDonnell and Miller

04/03/2012


McDonnell and Miller has introduced its new RBT-3000 Low Water Cut-Off and Fuel Economizer. This generation of boiler control technology is designed to maximize fuel efficiency and provide valuable low water cut-off protection for hydronic heating systems. The intelligent controls built into the RBT-3000 bring advanced microprocessor technology to virtually any existing boiler, automatically adjusting water temperature based on heat load and without the need for an outdoor sensor. The RBT-3000 enhances boiler safety and meets or exceeds standards recommended by major boiler manufacturers and required by the 2000 International Mechanical Code as well as many municipalities. All McDonnell & Miller electronic low water cut-offs provide the added protection of a self-cleaning probe, which eliminates the need for probe maintenance. 

McDonnell and Miller 

www.completewatersystems.com



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