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ICM Controls Corporation Introduces Four New Intermittent Pilot Ignition Controls

ICM Controls Corporation Introduces Four New Intermittent Pilot Ignition Controls

ICM Controls, a leader in the manufacture and supply of electronic controls to the HVACR industry, introduces a new group of Intermittent Pilot Ignition (IPI) Controls to expand its replacement heating controls lineup.

The four new controls, which can be used with intermittent pilot boilers, furnaces, and other heating appliances, are low-cost replacements of the original OEM control.

The new IPI controls include the ICM295 and ICM295, which replace the Carrier LH33WZ510 and LH33WZ512 ignition controls, and the ICM2901 and ICM2902, which replace the JCI G770RJA-1 and G776RGD-14 ignition controls. Each offers microprocessor-based precision and compatibility with both liquid propane and natural gas. The ICM295 is a continuous spark unit, while the other three offer a 100% safety lockout feature.

The new products complement ICM’s expanding heating controls line up, which includes several replacement furnace control boards, ignition controls, fan blower controls, and more.

For further information about ICM Controls and its products, visit www.icmcontrols.com.

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