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The Next Generation of Hydronics
The ClearFire®-CE, or CFC-E, is Cleaver-Brooks latest generation of compact, high-mass, fully condensing boilers delivering up to 99% efficiency. Combining the patented TurboFer® heat exchanger technology with industry-leading controls and burner, the CFC-E is the most efficient condensing boiler solution on the market.
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The History of Hydronic Boilers
Since introducing the first hydronic firetube boiler in the 1950s, Cleaver-Brooks has led the industry in advanced hydronic boiler designs. During the past decade alone, Cleaver-Brooks has developed four industry-leading condensing boilers, including the ClearFire®-LC, and the ClearFire-CE boiler, voted the 2019 Product of the Year by consulting-specifying engineers. For markets requiring redundant fuels and larger capacities, Cleaver-Brooks developed the SwitchFire® condensing boiler, named the 2023 Product of the Year. Our latest innovation is the Next Generation ClearFire-CE fully condensing boiler featuring patented TurboFer® heat exchanger technology that achieves up to 99% efficiency.
The New ClearFire®-CE Boiler
The new ClearFire-CE (CFC-E) high efficiency condensing hydronic boiler outperforms the competition in performance, efficiency, and durability. Engineered for variable-flow primary systems, the CFC-E offers the lowest total cost of ownership from installation through operation and maintenance, backed by market-leading, non-prorated warranties. With a legacy of over 20+ years of reliable ClearFire boilers, the latest CFC-E model features a patented TurboFer® heat exchanger for even greater efficiencies in a compact footprint.
Morristown Medical Center: Reduced Carbon Emissions, Increased Steam Production
Morristown Medical Center wanted to improve its power resiliency, as well as reduce carbon emissions and increase steam production efficiency. After reviewing the specifications for the project, Cleaver-Brooks identified its customized VC Series boiler as the solution to meet the medical center’s needs.
On-Demand Webinar: Steam Generation for the Biofuel Industry
This webinar explores the options available for steam generation in the biofuel industry, which include encompassing process boilers, cogeneration/ CHP system HRSGs, Waste Heat boilers, and electric boilers.
On-Demand Webinar: Understanding and Optimizing Boiler Feed Systems
This webinar will focus on Equipment selections for steam boiler feedwater system, economizers and other heat recovery equipment. Also included will be how to handle different types of condensate return methods including gravity, pumped and pressurized condensate return systems.
On-Demand Webinar: Burner Design and Application for Alternate Fuels
The webinar will be about how to use proper burner sizing and burner controls as it applies to biofuel and hydrogen applications.
On-Demand Webinar: The Importance of Returning Steam Condensate
In this webinar you will learn about the cost of not returning condensate to the boiler and strategies to offset the cost when it is not possible to return condensate.
On-Demand Technical Webinar: Closed Loop Hydronic System Water Treatment
Focusing on closed loop systems, hydronic heating systems, and boiler efficiency & longevity, this webinar is suited for consulting engineers, contractors, and end users who are designing and maintaining closed loop hydronic systems.
On-Demand Technical Webinar: Steam System Basics
Are you new to steam boilers and steam plant design? This webinar will cover steam basics such as: History of steam, Where steam is used and why it is still used today, Types of steam for various applications, Steam quality and why it matters in a steam system, Rules of thumb for determining boiler pressure and capacity, ASME piping configurations, steam accessories, and more. The Participant will gain a basic understanding of steam and also understand what questions to ask when designing a steam boiler plant.
On-Demand Technical Webinar: Green Steam: Sustainability Strategies for Industrial Watertube Boilers
Sustainability is a hot topic in every industry today, but how do these strategies apply to Industrial Watertube boilers? During this educational webinar, we will talk about the application of the following topics as they pertain to today's Industrial Watertube boilers.
On-Demand Technical Webinar: Green Steam: Utilizing Hydrogen in HRSG Duct Burners
In this webinar we will discuss the importance of understanding how hydrogen firing will affect duct burner and HRSG design, performance, and emissions.
On-Demand Technical Webinar: Benefits of Parallel Positioning Control
In this webinar we will discuss combustion and the different types of burners, including the safety and economic benefits of parallel positioning in order to benefit overall boiler control solution.
On-Demand Technical Webinar: Optimizing Process & Heating System Efficiencies
In this webinar we will discuss boiler system design trends related to decoupling steam and hydronic systems to optimize equipment sizing and operating efficiencies for different system applications.
On-Demand Technical Webinar
Energy recovery solutions capture and use heat that would otherwise be wasted from manufacturing processes, potentially displacing the need for additional steam or power generation. Join us and learn how to harness your waste heat, increase your plant efficiency and decrease overall plant emissions.
On-Demand Technical Webinar
As a follow up to our May presentation, this webinar will dive further into boiler feedwater equipment and its importance to a properly operating steam system. Attendees will learn about the differences between deaerators, surge tanks and atmospheric feed systems as well as how to properly apply them in a steam system.
On-Demand Technical Webinar | Steam Basics for Boilers
Are you new to steam boilers and steam plant design? This webinar will cover steam basics such as the history of steam, where steam is used and why it is still used today; types of steam for various applications; steam quality and why it matters in a steam system; rules of thumb for determining boiler pressure and capacity; ASME piping configurations; steam accessories, and more. The participant will gain a basic understanding of steam and also understand what questions to ask when designing a steam boiler plant.