McDonnell & Miller Announces Bulletin for New Self-Cleaning Probes

Chicago, IL – June 9, 2006
A bulletin (MM-280) that describes the new McDonnell & Miller self-cleaning probe for low water cut-offs is now available. The new low water cut-off probe uses a cleaning device – that due to water flow – oscillates around the probe, combating lime build-up and extending probe maintenance to five years.

The bulletin describes how minerals such as calcium tend to cling to the metal parts of the probe rather quickly when heated and how this can lead to excessive lime build-up and as a result, annoying boiler shutdowns, water overfill, and expensive maintenance repairs.

The new self-cleaning probe joins McDonnell & Miller’s wide range of popular electronic low water cut-offs and products for hot water and steam boilers and systems.

ITT manufactures McDonnell & Miller brand boiler controls, flow switches, liquid level controls and steam specialty products for residential, commercial and industrial applications.

For more information visit www.mcdonnellmiller.com, or call 847/966-3700; fax 847/966-9052.