The Heat Exchange

Autoflame Upgrade Helps You Take Control

Posted by Elaina Schlumper on Aug 8, 2018 8:44:51 AM

If you’re currently using the Autoflame Mk6 control for your facility’s boiler, it’s time to think about an upgrade. Like all Autoflame products, the reliable Mk6 control system helped customers improve boiler room efficiencies, save money on energy and reduce boiler emissions. However, Autoflame has launched their Mk8, which enhances many of the features customer have come to know and love.

“I hope the Autoflame Mk6 MM has reliably assisted you in reducing your energy cost and carbon emissions. The Mk6 is now unfortunately at the end of its serviceable life. While we fully support all our products for at least 10 years passed the last sales date, we are restricted by the availability of components. For the Mk6, many of these are now obsolete.” - Steve Kemp, Director, Autoflame


The Mk8 is now available with many updated features and benefits:

  • Manage virtually all boiler processes from a single 12.1” multi-touch screen interface without any added modules.
  • Ideal for steam and water boilers (watertube or firetube), kilns and steam generators. Designed for oil, natural gas or both fuels.
  • Linkageless servomotor system and automated flame safeguard create conditions for unmanned boilerhouse.
  • Modbus connectivity allows for remote monitoring and management.

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All of the features can be enabled without any additional modules or hardware (except for emissions monitoring, which requires EGA).

 

“The Autoflame Mk6 line of products has been extremely reliable but the time has come to upgrade to the new Mk8 series of controls to ensure continued reliability of your heating equipment. You can contact a GTW representative for information and pricing.” – John Sieminski, Vice President of Operations, The Wilkinson Companies

For a full list of features, please visit: http://www.autoflame.com/mk8mm-boiler-control/

 

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