Model # EFT-155PU

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HTP Elite FT Gas Heating Water Boiler with 155,000 BTU


Elite FT Gas Heating Water Boiler with 155,000 BTU

$522226 /pallet(lift)
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Product Overview

The Elite FT heating boiler from HTP features an exclusively designed stainless steel heat exchanger with superior heat transfer and less exposure to corrosion and scale buildup. Built with serviceability in mind; the sleek, robust design requires little to no maintenance and is offered as a space saving wall mount unit. Featuring a fully modulating combustion system and extreme efficiencies up to 97%, the HTP Elite FT boiler is the best option for today's green market.

  • Up to 97% AFUE
  • Reduces heating costs
  • Low NOx emission - reduces environment impact
  • Modulating burner input matches system load, conserving energy and increasing system efficiency

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Brand Slant/Fin Westinghouse HTP HTP
Ratings (1) (1) (0) (0)
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%) 81. 95.7 96.6 94.2
Heat rating (BTU/hour) 100000 199000 80000 155000
Fuel type Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas
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Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified,CSA Listed,ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

What size would I require for an 1800 ft2 basement slab? Thanks in advance

What size would I require for an 1800 ft2 basement slab? Thanks in advance
Asked by: coldbasement
I believe strongly in the concept of due no harm. Your question would require that I have more information to give you a sound opinion. I don;t want to make assumptions that cause you to make a bad decision. I take from your question that this might be a cement slab with radiant tube embedded into it. If that be the case I would want to know the water temperature it was designed for. Slabs often need a very small number of BTU's, over a long period of time at fairly low temperatures. For example I did a system in an 10000 square foot airplane hanger, that worked quite well using a 40,000 BTU water heater generating 100F water. There was no reason for me to use a boiler intended to make 180F water and then dilute it for my slab. It would have been like operating a Lamborghini in a traffic jam. Not good for the car or comfortable for the passenger. A good running radiant system needs harmony between all its components or it can be very problematic. Please feel free to give me a call and I can try to help you dial this in. I am sorry but given the information I just cant give a yes or no answer. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2017-02-01

What size boiler for a 2800 sq feet

Asked by: tony
I am sorry but there is no direct relationship between square footage of floor space and the amount of heat that is needed. As I am sure you can imagine the same 2800 sq feet located in Alaska would need more heat than if it were in Florida. Thus to determine boiler size you would need to do a heat loss calculation on the structure, based on size, location, construction, etc. or in the case of a boiler replacement got by the current boiler size, assuming it worked well, or calculate the load based on the installed distribution capacity. For example if the house has "X" number of feet of fin tube and we know every foot of fin tube needs a specific number of BTU's we can work the numbers backwards to determine the appropriate boiler size. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-12-18
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