The NXM2G- Intelligent Boiler Flame Controls

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The M2G is an intelligent control system for commercial heating systems. It is proven to reduce energy and carbon emissions typically by between 10% and 25% with pay back in under 2 years. Many blue chip organisations are using M2G as part of their energy efficiency strategy. Nationwide project management and installation are provided and each M2G has a 5 year warranty

 

  • M2G integrates with existing controls to add a new level of control, without altering set points or interfering with existing control strategies (why do I need additional controls?
  • M2G improves the energy efficiency of each individual boilerFireye M2G
  • M2G is proven to reduce gas consumption and CO2 emissions by between 10% and 25%
  • Typical paybacks are between 6 months and 2 years
  • M2G can be retrofitted to existing boilers, or installed with new boilers
  • M2G can be transferred from old to new boilers during plant upgrades
  • M2G integrates and complements existing controls, including Building Management Systems (BMS), variable temperature control, weather compensation, sequencing and on-demand control.
  • M2G is compatible with natural gas, oil and LPG fired boilers and with heating systems with constant and variable temperature requirements 
  • M2G requires no maintenance or seasonal calibration
  • M2G has a European Patent (1607820)
  • M2G is manufactured in the UK within ISO9001 approved facilities
  • M2G is backed by a 5 year warrantyM2G is an intelligent boiler load optimisation control that eliminates boiler dry cycling, an inherent problem with the majority of commercial and industrial boilers of any age or size.

Suitable boiler types include atmospheric, forced draught, modular, condensing and modulating. This includes natural gas, Class C oil or Class D oil, and LPG fired boilers. M2G is not designed for use with steam or biomass boilers or direct fired hot water generators.

 

 

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