Model # EFT-399PU

Internet #204400189

HTP Elite FT Gas Heating Water Boiler with 399,000 BTU


Elite FT Gas Heating Water Boiler with 399,000 BTU

$9,978.51 /pallet

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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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Fuel type Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas
Heat rating (BTU/hour) 155000 199000 285000 399000
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%) 94.2 93.5 92.9 96.7
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How many Heating zones can this service

Asked by: tommy
There is no specific relationship between a boiler and how many zones it can have. The boiler produces hot water and the zones distribute the hot water. They are two systems that work together. As an example I have had simple jobs where I would have had two zones; first floor and second floor. However the customer has the idea that they wanted each room to be its own zone, the job ended up being 8 zones. To determine what would be the appropriate boiler you would want to determine the total capacity of all zones and find the appropriate boiler to fill that need, On a side note I notice there is a typo in this listing. The boiler in question is 399,000 BTU's where as the listing indicates 3,990, 000 which is incorrect. If you have questions I can be reached at 978 651 3301. Chris
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-10-27
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