New burner range marks new path for Nu-way

Published:  06 June, 2008

Rehau’s Nu-way’s M series of burners is available for gas, oil or dual fuel with outputs from 200 kW to 2.8 MW. They are fully modulating. Other key features include an EN676 Class 3 low-NOx head (<80 mg/kWh) and damper actuator on stage 2.

The launch of this range marks the start of what Nu-way describes as a new era as it coincides with the complete update and rationalisation of its burner range. Other features include forward-facing air inlet, ionisation flame detection, hinged head for easy maintenance and optional EC speed control.

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