The Pulse HW is a fully condensing hydronic boiler that can remarkably transfer more heat per square inch than conventional processes. The innovative combustion method coupled with the condensing design provides exceptional dollar savings by delivering ultra-high thermal efficiencies. A few of the most impressive attributes of the Pulse HW boiler include:
As the authorized manufacturer's representative for Fulton Boilers, ATI of New York is proud to offer the entire lineup of Pulse HW boilers. You can choose from condensing hydronic boilers with inputs ranging from 750,000 up to 2,000,000 BTU/HR, including:
- Pulse HW Boiler - 750
- Pulse HW Boiler - 1000
- Pulse HW Boiler - 2000
Continue reading for more on the Fulton Pulse HW offered by ATI of New York.
Pulse Boasts Extremely Low Electrical Consumption
By combining high thermal efficiency with low electrical consumption, Pulse boilers deliver the lowest net energy usage in the industry. In running mode, Pulse HW boilers only use 90 watts of electrical power — thanks to the world-class self-aspirating design without the need for blower motor.
Putting the Pulse HW in Perspective
Because there are no other boilers to compare the Pulse HW's efficiency to, let's take a look at how it stacks up against a common household item — the coffee maker. One popular coffee maker needs 15 times more electricity than the Pulse HW boiler needs to run. Simply put, you'll receive more hot water from a Pulse HW boiler for substantially less electricity.
The Pulse combustion technology requires less electricity, which reduces the total power necessary to produce electricity at power plants — usually three times the amount of energy. And because of the lower electrical requirements, the Pulse HW delivers lower emissions that makes it easier to integrate into green building applications.
A Look Inside of the Pulse HW Boiler
Let's take a closer look inside of the Pulse HW to understand how it works:
- Gas and air metering valves function as check valves that allow flow into the chamber for combustion.
- Once the mixture goes into the combustion chamber, an igniter is utilized to start the Pulse combustion process.
- A series of negative and positive pressures are used to maintain combustion, which pulls in extra air and gas as needed.
- The hot gases are forced through a series of tailpipes, which is where the process of condensing occurs — recapturing the latent heat.
- The condensate and flue gases enter the exhaust decoupler where the exhaust outlet and condensate drain expels them.
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As a modern marvel, the Pulse HW boiler transfers more heat per square inch than any other conventional process. These innovative solutions only need 90 watts of electricity during run mode, which is substantially less than many other standard household items.
The combustion of the Pulse is maintained through an intricate series of negative and positive pressures, which pull in extra air and gas as needed. This self-aspirating design negates the need for a blower motor and reduces venting diameter requirements, which lowers the overall cost of installation.
Best of all, you can find the entire lineup of high-efficiency Pulse HW boilers at ATI of New York. Our team will work to understand your present and future needs to make sure the Pulse HW is the best solution for you.
Contact ATI of New York today to learn more about the Pulse HW hydronic condensing boiler.