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Fulton Announces The Roll Out Of It's New Boiler

Fulton, a global manufacturer of heat transfer products, is proud to introduce the Pulse 2000 Hydronic Low Emissions Boiler (PHW 2000LE).

The PHW 2000LE is pre-certified to South Coast Air Quality Management District Rule 1146.2 with consistent NOx emissions of less than 30 PPM at all firing rates. Existing Pulse Hydronic boilers can also be retrofitted to meet the low emissions standards set forth by SCAQMD Rule 1146.2.

The low emissions design provides all the advantages of the natural Pulse combustion process in an even more environmentally friendly design; making it the perfect boiler for installation in sustainable buildings where low emissions are requested.

As with Fulton’s traditional Pulse Hydronic Boiler, the PHW 2000LE can be plugged into a standard 120 VAC outlet. The PHW 2000LE has extremely low electrical consumption; less than one amp of current draw during boiler operation.

One residential Energy Star refrigerator uses more electricity annually than five Pulse PHW 2000LE boilers.

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