- Input Capacity (MBH): 8000
- Steam or Hot Water: Hot Water
- Vessel Design: Firetube
- Number of Passes: 2
- Design Temperature (deg F): 250
- Fuel: Natural Gas, Propane, Combination firing
- Emissions (ppm NOx): <20 ppm standard, lower emission optional
- AHRI Thermal Efficiency (%): 94.4
- AHRI Combustion Efficiency (%): 94
- Fully condensing high-mass firetube boiler
- Large capacity, industrial design
- 8,000 MBH
- Standard less than 20 ppm NOx
Ideal for variable flow primary systems, the ClearFire®-LC (CFLC) is a high-mass, fully condensing hydronic boiler, capable of variable-flow pumping, allowing for maximum operating efficiency in a variety of system applications. The revolutionary larger capacity design allows the most effective installation by using fewer units as opposed to banks of smaller boilers, thus reducing capital cost, complexity, and maintenance.
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- Fully condensing with up to 98% efficiency and 5:1 turndown
- Ultra-low emissions
- No minimum return water temperature for maximum efficiency and reliability
- Dual temperature returns for system design flexibility
- Up-front capital cost is reduced by installing fewer larger-capacity boilers
- Fully integrated system includes boiler, burner, and controls for multiple lead/lag configuration
The ClearFire®–LC integrates Cleaver-Brooks leading heat exchanger, burner and control technology into a large capacity condensing boiler solution. The CFLC's integrated premix burner and linkageless control, work together to provide full modulation, ultra-low emissions and optimum turndown. By combining our proven extended heating surface tube designs, our patented AluFer® tubes and exclusive spiral tubes in a true counter flow arrangement, the CFLC delivers the capacity, efficiency and reliability previously considered unattainable.
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