Boiler system control

Hydronic System Control (HSC) fits both new and existing hydronic boiler systems.

By Cleaver-Brooks April 9, 2015

Cleaver-Brooks designed its Hydronic System Control (HSC) to maximize the operational efficiency and minimize the operational cost of hydronic boiler systems of any type. By measuring the outside air temperature along with the temperature of the return water, the condensing boiler’s header, and the supply water, the HSC determines the most efficient operation of a system. The HSC fits both new and existing hydronic boiler systems developed by any manufacturer. The HSC is ideal for retrofit applications with existing non-condensing boilers where condensing technology can be integrated. The HSC integrates with building management systems for system monitoring and coordinated control.


Author Bio: Cleaver-Brooks helps businesses run better every day. As a world-renowned provider of boiler room products and systems, it is committed to providing efficient solutions that help its customers and the industry reduce energy usage, cost and environmental impact. Cleaver-Brooks is one of the few boiler room solutions providers that operates a dedicated research and development center committed to integrated engineering. In addition to developing energy-efficient, low-emissions products, the company has engineered state-of-the-art retrofit solutions for commercial, institutional and industrial markets. Its products are backed by a world-class representative network offering superior aftermarket service and solutions. Visit <a href=""></a> for more information.