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M2G Intelligent Boiler Load

M2G Intelligent Boiler Load

The M2G is an advanced intelligent boiler load optimisation controller that optimizes the efficiency of each boiler.

It is suitable for low-temperature hot water boilers, fired with high/low forced draught burners, single stage, two stage and most
modulating burners, with gas and oil firing applications.
Suitable for atmospheric boilers, using the above firing methods.

HOW IT WORKS

By measuring the boiler system demand / load via two digital temperature sensors on the flow and return pipe work and by the adaptive algorithms the M2G will measure and calculate the boiler load profile, this will in turn inhibit the burner firing cycle based on the temperature gradient over time. This will ensure that the boiler does not fire unnecessarily for light load conditions or conditions of standing losses from the boiler. Thus saving energy and maximising boiler efficiency at all times.


  • Instant, visible energy and carbon reductions are delivered real time.
  • View individual boilers, buildings or worldwide estates to facilitate a unique level of carbon management.
  • Additionally, plant forensic analytics allows partnership to further accelerate delivery to your ESG ambitions.
  • Typical savings between 10-25%

WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY...

royal

“M2G is a key component in the group’s energy efficiency strategy and the installation of M2G units throughout our UK fleet of buildings played a major role in helping the bank deliver on its commitment to reducing its energy consumption and harmful carbon emissions, M2G delivered.”

Group Energy Manager, RBS Group

nhs

“Credit where it’s due, we installed these devices on most of our boilers and they have contributed to us exceeding our target for 2020. It really is a “no brainer” to invest in reducing your gas consumption which releases opex for cost improvement and improve the environment around you by reducing your carbon emissions as well.”

Energy & Sustainability Officer, Mike Blades