Kedel Comes with the Following Standard Features:
Self Cleaning Heat Exchanger
Burning pellets produces ash, and how pellet boilers deal with that ash determines the frequency of maintenance required. Kedel’s self cleaning heat exchanger saves you time and energy by doing the hard work for you. With the self cleaning heat exchanger, the boiler only needs to be opened and cleaned twice a year by you or your service provider.
Keep Tabs on your Kedel from Anywhere, Anytime
Web Enabled Touch Screen Controller
While it doesn’t do the dishes, Kedel’s web enabled touch screen controller has TONS of functionality. It can turn the burner on and off, run the burner cleaner and even start and stop the pump. If that’s not enough, fine tune the touch screen to suit your needs by adding:
- Exhaust temperature control
- Domestic hot water control
- BTU metering
- Web monitoring
Imagine a Pellet Boiler that does the Thinking for you
Kedel fine tunes the amount of air the fan mixes into the combustion chamber taking into account variations in pellet quality, changes in draft, and the dirtiness of the boiler. This ensures clean combustion and minimizes the need for cleaning and ash removal. A “Lambda Sensor” lives in the exhaust of the boiler measuring the oxygen levels of the exiting flue gases.
Too little oxygen = incomplete combustion; Kedel turns up the fan
Too much oxygen = air up the chimney; Kedel turns down the fan
If you fail to service your boiler, Kedel knows and increases the fan speed to compensate for the restrictions.
10 to 1 Turndown
Kedel boilers can produce as little as 1/10th of its output, far superior to the average reduction of 1/3rd by most pellet and gas boilers in the marketplace. We achieve these results by using a smart auger which consistently meters pellet supply in the combustion chamber of our stainless steel burner. What this means for you is Kedel runs with fewer ignition cycles, uses less energy and saves you money.
Put Heat Where it Belongs, not up the Chimney
High Efficiency Heat Exchanger
Kedel removes so much heat from the pellets that flue gases exit the boiler at less than 300°F. With a dirty boiler and running at 100% power, we’re seeing 280 degree temps on the Interphase boiler. This is far lower than any other pellet boiler on the market, indicating that more of the heat is getting where you want it, into the water and less up the chimney. Low flue temperatures require a clay or ceramic tile lined chimney. 200 degree exhaust temperatures are extremely low for a pellet boiler, indicating efficiencies that compare to condensing gas boilers.
Major Purchases Deserve Major Warranties
30 Year Boiler Vessel Warranty
Put your worries to rest with Kedel’s industry leading 30-year boiler vessel warranty. We are so confident in Kedel’s reliability that we’ll guarantee your boiler vessel will be free from defects for 30 years.