Bryan Steam to Display Triple-Flex at AHR 2013

Originally published: 12.21.12 by


Bryan Steam will exhibit its high efficiency Triple-Flex Series of hot water condensing boilers at AHR Expo 2013, January 28-30 at the Dallas Convention Center in Dallas, Texas, the company has announced.  

The line delivers a minimum 90 percent operating efficiency with 160° return, 180° supply at maximum input, the company says.  Triple-Flex also features UL environmental claims validation.

Bryan Steam will also be presenting its Universal Communication Gateway, an external, high performance, low cost building automation multi-protocol gateway for integrating boiler/burner controls into building management systems. This gateway is preprogrammed to support several protocols and boiler configurations with no additional software, downloads or programming required at the job site.  

Bryan Steam can be found in Booth No. 2032.

For more information: www.bryanboilers.com

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