Improved Low Water Cut-Off/Pump Controller Available from McDonnell & Miller
Chicago, IL -- May 23, 2001 --McDonnell & Miller, a unit of ITT Industries, has enhanced its Series PS-800 conductance-style low water cut-off boiler controls. The innovative microprocessor-based controls provide contractors and installers with easy-to-understand troubleshooting diagnostics, ensuring proper installation and reducing installation time.
Providing continuous boiler protection against low-water conditions, the next generation of Series PS-800 low water cut-off/pump controllers are ideal for steam and hot water boilers in residential, commercial and industrial applications.
The Series PS-800 probe sensitivity has also been doubled, reducing nuisance shutdowns caused by low boiler water conductivity. A new shorted probe sensing feature indicates grounding problems at installation.
Other features of the updated Series PS-800 include:
- Delay on break (DOB) and delay on make (DOM) indication
- 7,000 ohms sensitivity
- Extended barrel, remote and short probe models are now available
- NEMA 1 enclosure, UL and CSA listed
About McDonnell & Miller
McDonnell & Miller, a unit of ITT Industries, is well known for steam and hot water boiler liquid level controls. In fact, McDonnell & Miller pioneered automatic regulation for boiler water levels and has been responsible for practically every major development in boiler level controls since 1924. Concepts in boiler control developed by McDonnell & Miller have become standard industry practice.
After six decades of setting the standards, McDonnell & Miller liquid-level controls and low water cut-offs continue to serve the demanding needs of the industrial, commercial and residential construction market.
Source: Xylem Inc.