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EBM-Papst has presented its products and system solutions for gas-air ratio assembly at the ISH trade fair. Both a gas-air system and a gas valve come with a CAN port.

The GAS 137 is a gas-air ratio assembly with a CAN port (Photo: EBM-Papst)

FOR PNEUMATICS, THE GERMAN COMPANY PRESENTED THE GAS 137 gas-air system for heating outputs of up to 150 kW. This customized solution consists of the NRG 137 EC radial blower, a special venturi, a customized burner control with CAN interface, a mix adapter with integrated non-return valve, and a burner. The system is delivered fully assembled and tested. The combination of high performance and compact design makes it suitable for use in wall-mounted boilers.

The F01 gas valve, with its modular design, was developed for electronic configuration. The F01 can adjust to different gas qualities with the stepper motor and electronic control. With its constant automatic combustion adjustment, it ensures optimum fuel utilization at all times, regardless of the height and required amount of heat. The gas valve controls gas quantities in the rated output range of 1 kW to 40 kW and enables a control ratio of 1:10. The F01 is already being used in the iNR 77, the most compact combustion system available on the global market, according to the manufacturer. The integrated system has been further developed and achieves a modulation of 1:10 across all gas types. Fitted with an integrated valve control, a CAN interface, and a mass flow sensor, the iNR 77 enables electronic combustion control in a compact space.

The ISH provides a showcase for bathroom design, energy efficient heating and air-conditioning technology, and renewable energies. It took place from March 10 to March 14, 2015 in Frankfurt, Germany.

EBM-Papst is a single-source provider of complete combustion systems, consisting of high-efficiency EC radial blowers, as well as a venturi, gas valve and burner control. The product portfolio covers a heating output range of 0,5 kW to 1 MW in pneumatic and electronic configurations.

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