Product Announcement from Cleaver-Brooks
Cleaver-Brooks announces the introduction of the Hawk 6000 control, engineered for total integration with the Nebraska D (CBND) steam-ready industrial watertube series requiring single-point positioning, parallel positioning or fully metered control with 4 to 20 mA actuator for the integrated NATCOM NXT burner. The Hawk 6000 also can be added as part of a burner retrofit. This new control system combines industrial market standards with the Hawk user-friendly environment.
“The Hawk 6000 features a 10-inch, color touch screen that provides access to the latest combustion control logistics, benefiting from years of proven engineering experience developed for the petrochemical and utility markets,” said Normand Bujold, vice president of engineering for NATCOM, a division of Cleaver-Brooks.
All Hawk 6000 systems include Ethernet communication, first out and alarm history, and local and remote steam demand. Commissioning on the Hawk 6000 control can be performed through the interface. Inputs and outputs have been pre-characterized to obtain linear response at all boiler loads and avoid tedious f(x) entries.
The control system has industrial standard wiring, and it can be connected to a control panel or junction box. The Hawk 6000 is fully configured and tested at the factory.
To learn more about the Hawk 6000 control or to contact a local, authorized Cleaver-Brooks representative, visit cleaverbrooks.com or call (800) 250-5883.
Cleaver-Brooks, a world-renowned provider of boiler room products and systems, is committed to providing efficient solutions that help its customers and the industry reduce energy usage, cost and environmental impact. As the pioneer of packaged firetube and watertube boilers, Cleaver-Brooks is the only manufacturer in the world to offer an entirely integrated boiler room solution for any size application. Its products are backed by a world-class representative network offering superior aftermarket service and solutions.