The Camus Advantus boiler is a commercial boiler ideal for hot water supply and hydronic heating. It uses a two-pass fire-tube heat exchanger with a special counter flow arrangement.
The Advantus Boiler provides one point for inputs to adjust and control the boiler’s gas and air. It provides a ratio control of 1:1 resulting in flawless combustion throughout the entire range of modulation. It also has local and remote switches allowing remote modulation, set-point control and management of the building.
The Advantus Boiler can sustain temperatures of two hundred ten degrees Fahrenheit and pressures of up to one hundred sixty PSIG. Both the heat exchanger and the burner are stainless steel and provide a thermal efficiency of ninety-nine percent.
The Advantus Boiler comes with a valve for pressure relief, a flow switch, contacts for flame failure, a switch for low gas pressure and a switch for water pressure.
The Advantus Boiler can be directly ignited up to two and a half million BTU/hr and it’s pilot ignition is proven for three to four million BTU/hr. It has a switch for high gas pressure and a valve for test firing the main burner. It has a turndown ration of 25 to 1 providing a smooth operation. It detects a high temperature at the flue gas and modulates the boiler to shut down. It also detects UV flame.
The Advantus Boiler can be operated using propane or natural gas.
The Advantus Boiler is environment-friendly and produces very low emissions of NOx not reaching 9 ppm. It also produces very low levels of noise.
The Advantus Boiler uses a top-notch lead lag algorithm which gets rid of expensive and complicated boiler sequencer panels.
The Advantus Boiler is outfitted with a standard communication protocol (Modbus RTU). This provides remote monitoring of the boiler plant allowing you to view the boiler’s status, temperatures, error codes, pump activation and much more. It also allows you to remotely control the boiler such as sending and receiving firing rate requests and writing setpoint temperatures. The Advantus Boiler is also future-proofed by supporting various protocols such as BacnetMSTP, BacnetIP, LonWorks and MetasysN2. It uses a Fieldserver Protonode that is outfitted with connectivity to RS485 or Ethernet. Advantus’ Fieldserver Protonode is BACnet Testing Laboratory (BTL) Certified. The BTL Certification guarantees that Advantus products are of the best quality and provides top-notch performance and great ease and simplicity in connectivity.
User-Friendly Integrated Controls
The Advantus boiler can be remotely operated using an integrated 7-inch color touch screen controller (SOLA) from Honeywell. The controller allows you to operate up to eight SOLA devices. The controller is user-friendly and has a USB output port to allow you to capture screenshots. It also provides service personnel with access using a password.