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Use the ZI-808 From the Internet

ZI-808 Adaptability One of the most exciting features of the ZI-808 is its built-in web server. Its user interface is designed like a standard web page and embedded into the instrument. That means that any device that can open a web page can use it. Desktop, laptop, tablet, smart phone, Android, Windows, iOS, Linux, Edge, IE, Read More

Microsoft Edge Bug Workaround for Model ZI-808

There’s a bug in the Microsoft Edge web browser that prevents the program from working properly with the Zintronix ZI-808. The problem manifests itself when you attempt to connect to the ZI-808 using Edge with a direct connection (no router involvement) and by using the ZI-808’s factory default address of http://169.254.67.83. In this situation the Read More

Strategic Partnership with NOXMAT

Olsträd Engineering Corporation of Kent, Ohio and NOXMAT®, GmbH of Oederan, Germany are proud to announce a strategic partnership between the two companies. Olsträd Engineering Corporation, a licensed engineering company and designer of outstanding combustion systems with a reputation built on excellent customer service, will handle marketing, sales, and service responsibilities for NOXMAT products within Read More

Kromschroder Burner Control IFS 11x to be Discontinued

Orders for new IFS 11x burner control units may be placed through September 30, 2015. Production of IFS 11x burner control units will stop prior to January 1, 2016. Please plan accordingly! We’re here to help you transition to another burner control product. When you’re ready to discuss your options with one of our flame Read More

Ignition Transformer TZI 5-15/20 Discontinued

Production of ignition transformer TZI 5-15/20 has been discontinued by Elster Kromschröder. Effected Models: Kromschröder part number Model Description Availability Manufacturer-suggested Replacements† 84335623 TZI 5-15/20W (230V) no stock available in Germany 84331381, TZI 5-15/100W (230V) 84335615 TZI 5-15/20R (120V) approx. 500 pieces available in Germany‡ 84331382, TZI 5-15/100R (120V) †View model comparison:   TZI 5-15/20 Read More

Elster Kromschröder PF-19: PFU & PFS

The 19” subrack system continues to be a popular and viable option for customers interested in mounting their burner controls on the control cabinet. Over the years, Elster Kromschröder has offered this style of solution in a few generations of product. In the beginning, every rack was wire-wrapped by hand, which added to the cost Read More

FAQ: VR Solenoid Valves for Air: Repair, Replacement Options

Q: I need to either replace or service some Kromschröder VR solenoid valves. Why don’t I see them listed on your website? A: Unfortunately, the T-Product (North American Market) version of the VR solenoid valve for air has been discontinued by the manufacturer, and is no longer available. However, the European Standard version is still Read More

FAQ: Connecting Electrode Adapters to Ignition Cable

Q: I’m having trouble getting a good connection on the barbed fittings in my TZI transformers and electrode boots. What is the best method to connect ignition cable to these items? A: The TZI Transformers and many of the Electrode Adapters offered by Elster Kromschröder use a barbed fitting, also called a “spearlock anchor,” to Read More

It’s Not Alive!

Baron von Olsträd’s Sketchbook #8 Baron von Olsträd’s new comic pokes fun at perceptions. Though the literary Frankenstein’s Monster was calculating and coldly intelligent, most people seem to think of this character as brainless and bumbling, maybe even goofy. It’s all a matter of how the character is portrayed commonly, and the instances with which Read More

Don’t Choke Your Furnace

Baron von Olsträd’s Sketchbook #7 In today’s illustration, the Baron attempts to appeal to our humanity by depicting a personified furnace, suffocating for want of oxygen. Combustion furnaces should be equipped with filters, both on the gas and air lines, which must be checked periodically for blockage. The job of a filter is to strain Read More

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