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Preferred Instruments CB-Hawk Replacement System Based on BurnerMate TS Technology A low-cost upgrade for obsolete CB-Hawk systems
The History Known as Honeywell BC-7700 and Cleaver- Brooks Hawk systems, thousands of units have been installed since the early 90s. Honeywell abruptly stopped manufacturing system components and spare parts over a year ago.
The Problem CB has literally thousands of systems installed with very limited repair parts--many already gone. CBs answer is a very expensive PLC-based upgrade costing $17K-$60K plus installation. Alternatively, C-B will convert the Hawk system to an RM-7800 for $7,000 (and lose all the functions of the Hawk system.
Preferreds Solution Introduced in 2005, the BurnerMate TS consists of: A programmable DCS A Honeywell flame relay A touch-screen HMI.
Preferreds Solution Preferred has configured a BurnerMate TS system to be a wire-for-wire replacement for the CB Hawk system. Replace Hawk sub-panel with Preferred sub-panel. Replace gas & oil pressure sensors with pressure switches. Installation is as simple as…
Preferreds Solution Preferred has configured a BurnerMate TS system to be a wire-for-wire replacement for the CB Hawk system. Replace steam pressure sensor with a pressure transmitter. (or temp. transmitter for hot water boilers) Install a new purge air flow switch. Replace mod motor with Preferred SM-15 servo actuator
Preferreds Solution Preferred has configured a BurnerMate TS system to be a wire-for-wire replacement for the CB Hawk system. Remove CB Hawk keypad. Install the Preferred touch- screen display. Blockware is pre-programmed. Commissioning is as easy as filling-in-the-blanks.
Preferreds Solution Preferred has configured a BurnerMate TS system to be a wire-for-wire replacement for the CB Hawk system. Existing control panel, entrance box, control switches, flame scanner, and operating limits are re-used. Existing solid state gas and oil pressure sensors can be re-used for monitoring purposes.
Easy Set-Up Fill-in-the-blanks on factory- configured screens.
Full Color Graphics
Full Color Graphics The screen pages closely resemble the language and logic of the old Hawk systems. Fill-in-the-Blanks commissioning. Operators should not be intimidated and wont have to re-learn.
Retrofit Advantages Lowest cost, full function replacement Easiest Conversion Technology proven in thousands of PCC-III and DCS-III installations Lowest install time
Product Improvements Touch-screen is easier to use. DCS-III is configurable for future upgrades. PV inputs are standard, non-proprietary. Gas and oil switches are standard, non- proprietary. 6 and 10 touch- screens are available NFPA compliant U.L. 508 compliant
Product Improvements Ethernet IP-Standard Modbus-Standard Remote monitoring through standard web browser. The BurnerMate TS can communicate with building management systems, energy management systems, or a DCS via open protocols including:
Retrofit Advantages Parallel positioning w/ O2 trim for fuel savings. An output can be configured to drive an FD fan variable speed drive for electrical savings. The BurnerMate TS is available out-of-the-box to provide all the functions of the Hawk controller. It is also programmable to provide more features including: Additional features are limited only by available I/O and what you can configure using standard DCS-III blockware.
Cost Competitive Material cost is under $15,000. Product is packaged for easy installation in existing Hawk enclosures. This makes for a less expensive project than CBs upgrade options.
Support Proven BurnerMate Technology. Fewer proprietary parts. Industry-standard communications. Software is pre-programmed for simplicity, but can easily be expanded for more functionality. Rep and factory support available. Free factory training is available.
Conclusion Sell hundreds of Hawk replacement kits. Well build more. Questions?