Fulton Releases New Condensing Hydronic Boiler To Market

PULASKI, NY—Fulton Companies (www.fulton.com), the global manufacturer of steam, hydronic and thermal fluid heat transfer products, has released a new line of condensing hydronic boilers.

The Endura™ boiler is the latest addition to Fulton’s diverse product offerings for the commercial heating market. Offered in sizes 1,500,000 BTU/hr (EDR-1500) and 2,000,000 Btu/hr (EDR-2000), the Endura is a vertical firetube-design boiler with a compact footprint. It features a high quality, duplex stainless steel three-pass heat exchanger with enhanced fireside surfaces, and offers less than 20 ppm (parts per million) NOx emissions, full input with 4”wc incoming natural gas pressure, 120V single phase power supply, up to 8:1 turndown, and has been Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI)-certified at 93.5% efficiency for the EDR-1500 and 93.7% efficiency for the EDR-2000.

The Endura provides commercial heating customers with a premium option in these size ranges regarding product design, performance and flexibility in applications, according to Erin Sperry, Fulton’s Commercial Heating Product Manager.

“The Endura builds further on Fulton’s reputation for providing rugged, robust, and reliable products,” Sperry said. “Fulton’s 25-years of experience in the commercial condensing hydronic boiler market facilitated key decisions regarding overall product design for the Endura.”

Endura is slated for full production in North America in 2014.

The Endura boiler is equipped with a color touchscreen display with extensive capabilities, including Building Management System (BMS) communication and integrated sequencing for up to eight boilers.

Endura maintains Fulton’s fundamental design approach to provide simple installation, serviceability and maintenance, including removable latched panels and flexible arrangements for installation. There are no minimum water temperature requirements; dedicated circulator pumps, flow switches, or temperature controls valves required.

For additional information about Fulton and its products, or to locate a sales representative near you, please visit www.fulton.com.

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