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1 PRESENTS The Stanlin Energy System

2 The Need for the Stanlin Energy System with Your Heating System The Problem – Excess Draft High gas consumption due to Excess Draft – Up to 30% more gas consumption Excess Draft affects over 90% of boiler and hot water systems Excess Draft is not maintenance related but rather design related How Excess Draft Causes Increased Fuel Consumption and Costs 1. Excess Draft is like having a giant vacuum cleaner attached to the top of your boilers chimney or stack Heat produced by your boiler is sucked right out of your boiler rather than heating your building or hot water 2. The flame from your boilers burner is supposed to spread across the full burner to make full contact with the heat exchange surface. Instead it is pulled towards the center of the burner so contact with the heat exchange surface is reduced meaning less heat. Think large pot on a small burner on a stove and you get the idea 3. Because your boiler is not producing and retaining heat efficiently it needs to run more to produce the required amount of heat. If it runs more it burns more fuel and costs more to operate 4. The valve which controls the pressure or amount of gas flowing to your boiler must be set at the maximum recommended setting to get the most heat possible out of it. Maximum pressure means maximum consumption.

3 How the Stanlin Energy System Fixes these Problems and Reduces Fuel Consumption Draft in your chimney or stack is reduced to the amount necessary to exhaust combustion gases only. The heat previously being sucked up the stack now remains in your boiler where it can heat your building or hot water. Ideal Draft The flame on your boiler burner stops being sucked into the middle of the burner and can make full contact with the heat exchange surface to provide more heat. Think large pot now on a large burner and you get the idea. Increase in Thermal Efficiency Because your boiler is producing and retaining more heat there is less call for heat on the boiler system. Less call for heat means your boiler needs to run less. If it runs less it burns less fuel and costs less to operate. Equals Huge Savings With the increased efficiency now in your boiler the valve controlling the pressure or amount of gas flowing to you boiler can be set to its minimum recommended setting. Minimum pressure means less gas being consumed so not only is your boiler running less it is using less fuel when it does run. Why the Stanlin Energy System Makes Great Financial Sense Works with your current boiler so no need for an expensive boiler replacement Typical payback period of between 18 and 24 months. No additional or ongoing maintenance costs 10 Year Manufacturers Warranty Life expectancy of over 30 Years Proof of increased efficiency and reduced gas consumption

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6 The Stanlin Energy System: Is Fail Safe Is mechanically simple-uses No energy & has No moving parts Regulates thermodynamically rather than mechanically Is maintenance FREE Operates continuously, both on-cycle & off-cycle Provides substantial fuel savings Typical fuel savings when using the System are *4 to 15%+- on power boilers and *15 to 29%+- on atmospheric boilers & hot water heaters *Savings vary by application each unit will provide a different return based on combustion enhancement after system is installed.

7 The Regulator works much like a turbulator BUT: - it has many more applications - installation is much easier, saves more money & is cost effective - and has no negative side effects or problems like Turbulators do

8 Four Questions to ask a Heating Expert about... Power Boilers 1. When analyzing combustion gases, what indicates increased combustion efficiency? (better fuel burn) Answer: The fuel is burning better if there is an increase in the percentage of CO2 (carbon dioxide) produced by the combustion process. This is the same as a decrease in the percentage of O2 (oxygen) in the combustion gases. If CO (carbon monoxide) is present, a reduction in the PPM (parts per million) also indicates a better burn. 2. What indicates an increase in thermal efficiency? (more available heat is being retained and put to use) Answer: When the "stack loss" is reduced there is a corresponding increase in the retained available heat. Stack loss can be measured for general comparison by multiplying the net stack temperature by the stack gas velocity in feet per minute under near identical conditions. Example: A boiler is operating in a room with an ambient temperature of 70°F. An initial stack temperature reading is made of 403°F and the draft initial draft was 3,650 FPM. After thewas installed the stack reading was 371°F and the draft was 2650 FPM. What is the change in stack loss? The net temperature of 333° times 3,650 FPM equals 1,215,450 degree-FPM loss. The later reading of 301° time 2650 FPM equals 797,650 degree-FPM loss. The later reading indicates a 34% reduction in stack loss, while still producing a faster recovery time! 3. How can "ideal draft" be verified in boiler equipment? Answer: The draft is set while taking total stack pressure and pilot tube reading, and setting where the boiler was set when it was being certified at the lab while it was being rated. 4. If all else remains constant, and one or more of the above factors is improved, is it certain that there must be an improvement in the overall efficiency of the heating equipment, resulting in a lowering of the amount of fuel used per unit of heat/steam produced/used? Answer: Yes. It is certain that there must be an improvement in overall efficiency and a lowering of the amount of fuel to produce and use the same amount of heat/steam.

9 Four Questions to ask a Heating Expert about... Atmospheric Boilers 1. When analyzing combustion gases, what indicates increased combustion efficiency? (better fuel burn) Answer: The fuel is burning better is there is an increase in the percentage of CO2 (carbon dioxide) produced by the combustion process. This is the same as a decrease in the percentage of O2 (oxygen) in the combustion gases. If CO2 (carbon monoxide) is present, a reduction in the PPM (parts per million) also indicates a better burn. 2. What indicates an increase in thermal efficiency? (more available heat is being retained and put to use) Answer: Answer: When the " stack loss" is reduced there is a corresponding increase in the retained available heat. Stack loss can be measured for general comparison by multiplying the net stack temperature by the stack gas velocity in feet per minute under near identical conditions. Example: A furnace or boiler is operating in a room with a ambient temperature of 70°F. An initial stack reading is made of 370° F stack temperature and a draft of 200 FPM. After some energy-saving modifications were made the stack reading was 470° and a draft of 100 FPM. What is the change in stack loss? The net temperature of 300° times 200 FPM equals 60,000 degree FPM loss. The later reading of 400° multiplied by 100 FPM equals 40,000 degree FPM. The later reading indicates a 33% reduction in stack loss. 3. How can "ideal draft" be verified in heating equipment? Answer: You know you have attained "ideal draft" when no combustion gases are spilling (flowing into area surrounding the heating equipment), but the draft is as low in velocity as possible while providing adequate combustion air to the fuel. 4. If all else remains constant, and one or more of the above factors is improved, is it certain that there must be an improvement in the overall efficiency of the heating equipment, resulting in a lowering of the amount of fuel used per unit of heat/steam produced/used? Answer: Yes. It is certain that there must be an improvement in overall efficiency. Four Questions to ask a Heating Expert about... Atmospheric Boilers 1. When analyzing combustion gases, what indicates increased combustion efficiency? (better fuel burn) Answer: The fuel is burning better is there is an increase in the percentage of CO2 (carbon dioxide) produced by the combustion process. This is the same as a decrease in the percentage of O2 (oxygen) in the combustion gases. If CO2 (carbon monoxide) is present, a reduction in the PPM (parts per million) also indicates a better burn. 2. What indicates an increase in thermal efficiency? (more available heat is being retained and put to use) Answer: Answer: When the " stack loss" is reduced there is a corresponding increase in the retained available heat. Stack loss can be measured for general comparison by multiplying the net stack temperature by the stack gas velocity in feet per minute under near identical conditions. Example: A furnace or boiler is operating in a room with a ambient temperature of 70°F. An initial stack reading is made of 370° F stack temperature and a draft of 200 FPM. After some energy-saving modifications were made the stack reading was 470° and a draft of 100 FPM. What is the change in stack loss? The net temperature of 300° times 200 FPM equals 60,000 degree FPM loss. The later reading of 400° multiplied by 100 FPM equals 40,000 degree FPM. The later reading indicates a 33% reduction in stack loss. 3. How can "ideal draft" be verified in heating equipment? Answer: You know you have attained "ideal draft" when no combustion gases are spilling (flowing into area surrounding the heating equipment), but the draft is as low in velocity as possible while providing adequate combustion air to the fuel. 4. If all else remains constant, and one or more of the above factors is improved, is it certain that there must be an improvement in the overall efficiency of the heating equipment, resulting in a lowering of the amount of fuel used per unit of heat/steam produced/used? Answer: Yes. It is certain that there must be an improvement in overall efficiency.

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11 Proof of Savings – Not Just Promises As a purchaser of energy savings products, you know all too well that product manufacturers, heating contractors, and engineers all promise great energy savings with their solutions but can fall woefully short on delivering or proving those savings after you have bought. With the Stanlin Energy System we provide you proof, both immediate and long term that your boiler efficiency has been improved and energy consumption reduced. We provide this proof to you n two distinct ways. 1. Precise Measurement and Analysis of Boiler Performance We dont guess at the efficiency of your boiler performance, we measure it and document it so you have clear evidence of efficiency gains with the Stanlin Energy System. All heating engineers and technicians know a flue gas analysis (measuring the composition and temperature of the gases exhausted from your boiler) is the best way to confirm the efficiency of your boiler. Stanlin Energy Group provides you with a detailed report with actual flue gas readings and other critical measurements like return water temperature, supply water temperature, and off cycle times. These measurements are taken before and after installation so you can clearly see the immediate changes in performance and efficiency with your boiler system. A sample copy of the Installation Performance Report is attached to provide you with more detail on the exact information you will receive with the installation of the Stanlin Energy System. 2. Continued Monitoring of Gas Consumption for 12 Months While the Installation Performance Summary provides you with immediate feedback on efficiency gains with your boiler continued monitoring of gas consumption provides you with long term proof of reduction in gas consumption. We dont just install the System and leave you to figure out whether or not your gas consumption has been reduced. For a 12 month period following the installation of the Stanlin Energy System. we work with you and your gas provider to collect both historical and current gas consumption and prepare a detailed analysis of your consumption factoring in the changes in weather. The report is provided to you monthly so you have regular updates on your consumption and savings achieved with the Stanlin Energy System compared to your historical consumption. A sample copy of the Savings Analysis Report is attached so you can see the information you will be receiving on a monthly basis. In addition to monitoring the performance of the Stanlin Energy System, the Savings Analysis Report provides you with extremely valuable information on the overall performance of your boiler system and in many instances has alerted building owners and managers to other problems that would have otherwise gone unnoticed and cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars in extra fuel consumption before being remedied. Our Commitment to Demonstrated Value You pursue an energy reduction program for one simple reason – to reduce energy consumption. With the Stanlin Energy System we are committed to ensuring that is precisely what you achieve. With our pre and post installation analysis and continued monitoring we dont just install and leave you hoping you made a good purchase decision. We stick with you as long as it takes so that you know you made a good purchase decision and the value of the Stanlin Energy System has been clearly demonstrated to your satisfaction. All this is included with your purchase – No Extra Fees. No follow-up service charges.

12 The Stanlin Energy System … Works on all passes, Has no negative side effects Makes the boiler operate where the manufacture designed it to!

13 In addition to substantial savings. The Stanlin Energy System allows the boiler systems to operate as they were designed to operate – and has the following benefits: Reduces equipment run time Reduces equipment repair & maintenance cost Reduces harmful emissions to the environment due to less run time and cleaner burn Reduces recovery time Increases output & output temperature Increases the life on equipment Allows increased production /growth without adding equipment Increases net income & business value

14 The Stanlin Energy System is an invention with no moving parts. It has proven to be effective in lowering fuel costs in fossil fuel boiler systems by up to 29% and more in some cases.

15 If your business is in a situation where you have Multiple Power boilers feeding into a single stack Our system may provide Above Average Savings in these situations.

16 Pool Pavilion With the System installed, this 125 Horsepower Cleaver Brooks boiler has maintained a consistent reading of under 4.0% oxygen for 10 Years. So it has not been tuned up for over 10 years. It has continued to save over 20% for the last 10+ years.

17 The Pavilion – Realizing a 20.7% Fuel Savings after Comparing all the Factors! Degree Days, Water Usage, and the Number of Swimmers

18 The Mountlake Pool Pavilion – Before and After Reading

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28 Buse Timber Company –Washington 600 Horsepower Cleaver Brooks - High Pressure Steam Boiler The System is Saving approximately $9, per Month!!

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50 Stanlin Energy System Pre-Qualification Guidelines There are three parts to determining if the building is a good candidate for the Stanlin Draft Regulator. Part A: To determine if there is proper room for the equipment. Part B: To determine if the equipment has enough excess draft for application. Part C: To determine if we have a good base. PART A Observe the equipment and determine if there is more than one appliance going into a common stack. Measure the diameter of the stack. When measuring, please notice if it is a thin wall (24 gauge or less) or B-Vent (double wall) or heavy wall (3/16 of an inch or more). The mounting location needs to be determined. If there is only one appliance going into a single stack on a light wall, a section insert is applicable. For heavy wall installation, if there is access to the top of the stack, a drop-in insert is the desired solution. Where there are multiple appliances going into a common stack, each appliance will need a separate unit between the appliance and the point where it meets the common stack area. To have enough room to install the Stanlin Draft Regulator, we need approximately 1½ times the diameter of the stack in either height or length. If there is slightly less room than this, please consult with a master dealer. On heavy wall pipes, a custom saddle-mounted unit may be needed. PART B We will need draft, oxygen, temperature, excess air, and carbon monoxide readings. If any other readings are available, please submit them. On power forced units, we will need the manufacture, BTU, model number, and what the manufacture specifications where at the factory when it was certified. On atmospheric units, the draft needs to be a minimum of negative.035 or greater to warrant an application. You should also do the Hand Test to see at what point you can feel strong heat coming from the draft hood. If you feel strong heat at the base of the draft hood, no application would be warranted. The higher your hand goes into the draft hood before you feel strong heat, the better the application will work. Anything greater than 50% up the hood is potentially a good application and what type of stack, (single wall or B-Vent). PART C Three years worth of whatever affects your usage. (which includes one or more of the following degree days, water usage, production, and equipment that we dont apply too, etc.

51 People ask, Whats My Cost? The Answer is… · Zero · Nothing · Nada - Zip - Nothing At All - Nothing Whatsoever…. Your cost is better than Zero.. Its Free Money Monthly!!! Forever You provide the Opportunity…. Constant gas bill We provide the Technology …. That reduces the gas bill Then you keep 50% of the savings = Free Money Monthly Forever! Its F.M.M.F. for the client (Free Money Monthly Forever!!!) If you have stacks you might as well rent them to us & receive FREE money every month. We are renting stacks, installing a unique device that saves money & the rent is half the money saved each month for 10 years, & then you keep 100% forever. What I need is: to see if you quality? 3 years gas bills and 3 years water bills & whatever else affects your usage (occupancy, production, degree days, etc.)? Signed stack rental form: Then well make appointment to come test your facility to see if you qualify for us to rent your stacks. It must meet our ROI (return on investment) numbers (thats your usage times percentage we can possibility save)

52 Provides the Technology for, Excessive Air / Draft Reducer for Dramatic & Impressive Fuel Savings, Previously Thought Unattainable.

53 Contact the sales Representative that sent you to this site and start saving NOW! Send back a signed copy of Rent the Stack with all the requirements. (whatever effects your usage) and a $500 check or initial no charge and well take $750 out of your 50% savings. Start receiving F.M.M.F. (Free Money Monthly Forever) its 50% for the 10 years and then you receive 100% of the savings FOREVER! & EVER! You also have the right to buy it outright at any time.


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