According to the company, its new FlameNet Web server is designed to provide Web access to the manufacturer’s microprocessor-based 7800 Series burner controls and the company’s ControlLinks fuel air control system. It described its new product as “the industry’s first affordable linkage-less alternative to traditional mechanical cam and linkage assemblies.”
“For the first time, customers can access burner-boiler controls over the Internet,” said Dennis Mool, general manager of Commercial/Industrial Combustion Controls, Honeywell. “Real-time, 24-hours-a-day, 365-days-a-year Web access to burner-boiler controls can help improve service, efficiency, and uptime.”
According to Mool, if there is a problem, such as a fault or an equipment issue, FlameNet notifies the customer, contractor, or both by e-mail, Web page, cell or standard phone, hand-held devices, fax, or other means. He said the FlameNet Web server lets customers create and customize how they display control data in an “easy-to-use Web page format.”
“Anyone who surfs the Internet can easily use FlameNet,” said Mool.
MORE PRODUCT ANNOUNCMENTSHoneywell also introduced several other new burner-boiler control products, including: