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Patriot 80 119,000 Input BTU Oil Highboy Hot Air Furnace

$1,756.89 /pallet
  • Efficient 119,000 BTU Oil Furnace, quiet and reliable operation
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional

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The Patriot 80 residential oil furnace product family is a very complete line. Each Patriot 80 model can be fired at multiple firing rates. Multiple firing rates mean each model gives you a wider choice to meet your heating requirements. All Patriot 80 oil furnaces feature A.F.U.E. Ratings above 80%.

  • Cabinet of the Patriot 80 furnace is constructed of heavy gauge galvanized steel
  • Cabinet is lined with foil-backed fiberglass insulation to hold heat within the unit
  • Primary heat exchanger is constructed of hand-welded steel for long life
  • High efficiency beckett oil burner with positive alignment assures quiet and reliable operation
  • Equipment should be sized, selected and installed by a qualified professional to ensure proper installation, safe operation, adherence to federal, state and local codes and for valid warranty, see installation guide for more details
  • Professional installation recommended
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Is this model a down draft or down flow model?

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April 10, 2016
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No sir. Highboy model is up flow. Fan Blower/ Cold Inlet is in the bottom. Oil burner center, HX and warm air flow out the top.
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February 19, 2016
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This is an upflow model.
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February 18, 2016
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No this is an upflow unit. Meaning the plenum sits on top of the furnace. If you need a down flow unit please feel free to call me and we can discuss it. Chris 1 978 651 3301
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Price is per pallet? How many furnaces come on a pallet?

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April 10, 2016
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Just 1 per Pallet..
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January 18, 2016
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This product ships on a pallet. Home Depot sells them as each.
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What kind of an oil burner is in there. And how low of a firing rate you can go with this for us?

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April 10, 2016
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Beckett "AFG" Series burner with Beckett Geni-sys Controller. Comes with .65GPH oil nozzle already installed and a loose .75GPH nozzle if you need the high range BTUH output. the .65 GPH nozzle is fine for my 2200 sq ft two story home. I like the system. It's pretty quiet compared to my old clunker.
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The units are equipped with Beckett AFG burners. You ask a very good question. One which is the source of a lot of confusion. You cant burn oil small. So most of the time oil equipment is much larger than it needs to be for the simple fact that it is oil. When you try to burn it small you often get incomplete combustion and the resulting soot. This init comes with two nozzles a .65 and .75 Gallon Per Read More
The units are equipped with Beckett AFG burners. You ask a very good question. One which is the source of a lot of confusion. You cant burn oil small. So most of the time oil equipment is much larger than it needs to be for the simple fact that it is oil. When you try to burn it small you often get incomplete combustion and the resulting soot. This init comes with two nozzles a .65 and .75 Gallon Per hour. The choice of which the installer uses will be more about the chimney than the heat load. Meaning they will use the nozzle that given your chimney creates the correct draft for the appliance. They will do this based on what the draft analyzer indicates. The commissioning of an oil appliance based on instrument readings is critical to proper operation. If you have further questions you are welcome to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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is this setup for air cond . and what is the nozzle size?

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If you wanted to put air conditioning on this or most oil furnaces, you would mount an "A-coil" on the discharge of the furnace; in a box referred to as the plenum. That coil would be connected to a condenser out side, via pipes that called the line set. The refrigerant would turn into a gas in this coil and absorb the heat. Then out at the condenser it is squeezed back into a liquid causing it to Read More
If you wanted to put air conditioning on this or most oil furnaces, you would mount an "A-coil" on the discharge of the furnace; in a box referred to as the plenum. That coil would be connected to a condenser out side, via pipes that called the line set. The refrigerant would turn into a gas in this coil and absorb the heat. Then out at the condenser it is squeezed back into a liquid causing it to releases the heat. These devises are sold and sized separately but he blower in the furnace would work with them. So it is set up to be used with AC but not all the items you would need for AC are included. As to nozzles, this furnace comes with two nozzles. A .65 GPH 80B and a .75 GPH 80B. So it will burn either .65 or .75 of a gallon of oil per hour. Which nozzle you utilize is determined by how much heat you need, but even more so by the specifics of your installation. All chimneys have different characteristics. Often during start up, which is critical, the oil tech will adjust the nozzle size and air fuel mixture to get just the right burn for your specific installation. They will do this with combustion test equipment, much the same way mechanics now use computers to adjust the engine of cars. This will assure good draft and a clean burn. If this is not done correctly the unit can soot up very fast. It can not be done by eye. All the installers I know call in the oil company tech to commission a new installation. This insures that you have a good running system and do not waste fuel or destroy the new equipment. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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