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Oil Water Boiler 175,000 Input BTU 131,000 Output BTU with Tankless Coil

$2,999.00 /each
  • Cast iron wet base heat exchanger
  • Comes equiped with a tankless hot water heater
  • Comes equiped with a Taco circulator and Beckett burner

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Equip your home with 117,000 to 131,000 BTUs of heating power per hour using this 3.2-Gallon Oil Boiler that is ideal for heating large spaces up to 3,000 sq. ft. Energy Star qualification and an 86% Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency helps ensure energy-efficient heating. The boiler is CSA listed for improved safety.

  • Designed to be fueled by heating oil for added convenience
  • Energy star qualified for efficient heating
  • 86% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) for optimal use of heating oil
  • CSA listed for improved safety
  • Will do up to 225 ft. of baseboard

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Is this boiler on demand or does it always run to keep the water at temperature?

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When you have a boiler equipped with a tankless coil the boiler maintains temperature between the high and low limit. Usually 180F on the high and 140F on the low. That way the boiler always has hot thermal mass, so when you run the potable water. It can go through the coil an be instantly heated. If not you would have to wait some time for the boiler to heat up if you wanted hot water. Obviously the Read More
When you have a boiler equipped with a tankless coil the boiler maintains temperature between the high and low limit. Usually 180F on the high and 140F on the low. That way the boiler always has hot thermal mass, so when you run the potable water. It can go through the coil an be instantly heated. If not you would have to wait some time for the boiler to heat up if you wanted hot water. Obviously the boiler is hot during the winter, because it is doing its primary function which is creating heating water. But during the summer it is maintaining temp just for hot domestic water. To the novice this may seem very inefficient either from an energy or cost stand point. But its not. I don't want to get to long with my explanation but if anyone is curious to understand the math and logic of why its not you can give me a call. Now the alternative to keeping the boiler hot and using a coil is a device called an indirect fired hot water heater. Basic this is a tank with a coil in it that goes outside the boiler. Because the tank which is designed like a Thermos bottle has stored hot water, the boiler no longer needs to maintain temp. The boiler goes cold when not needed because the stored water will be utilized while the boiler is heating up. Indirect hot water heaters are great products and you utilize them because they can produce massive amounts of hot water. Although they are more efficient the saving is not enough to cause them to pay for themselves. Basically coils are just not that bad. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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It runs when the water reaches the low temp setting. It shuts off when the water reaches the high temp. Usually those numbers are 20-30 degrees apart.
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Does it bring a coil and what's the use of the coil?

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I'm trying to find out do I need a coil or not? In the boila ?
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The primary purpose of a boiler is to heat boiler water to 180F so that it can be used for heating. The tankless coil is a coil of copper tube immersed in the boiler. By running potable water through it, it can be heated instantaneously. So it allows the 180F boiler water to heat the potable water to 120F. It allows the oil boiler to be both a heating unit and a hot water heating unit. If you have more Read More
The primary purpose of a boiler is to heat boiler water to 180F so that it can be used for heating. The tankless coil is a coil of copper tube immersed in the boiler. By running potable water through it, it can be heated instantaneously. So it allows the 180F boiler water to heat the potable water to 120F. It allows the oil boiler to be both a heating unit and a hot water heating unit. If you have more questions you can call me. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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I own this boiler. If you do not have a separate hot water heater in your house, then a separate coil inside of the boiler carries the hot water that you use every day. Try to find a person experienced with burner installs to help you. I have years of DIY plumbing experience and even with a more experienced helper it took us a day to take out the old boiler and install the new one, Good Luck
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Who is the Manufacturer or what Brand is this boiler?

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I see nothing in the listing that gives this information. Do they sell one without the hot water coil?
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I believe the manufacturer is Slant Fin & the model is Liberty. $.02
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Bob. This boiler is manufactured by Liberty, you can see the details here:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/5b/5bb60a09-5880-4d79-a431-ba7734fe20c0.pdf
We also carry a Liberty 131,000 to 175,000 BTU Input 117,000 to 131,000 BTU Output Hot Water Oil Boiler without Coil Internet # 202254774.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Bob. This boiler is manufactured by Liberty, you can see the details here:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/5b/5bb60a09-5880-4d79-a431-ba7734fe20c0.pdf
We also carry a Liberty 131,000 to 175,000 BTU Input 117,000 to 131,000 BTU Output Hot Water Oil Boiler without Coil Internet # 202254774.
We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Hi I just purchased this boiler I don't need to heat my house water just my baseboard so do I just not hook up the coil

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Great question. Yes you can do that and I have done it in the past. The only other thing you will want to do is shut off the low limit on the control. Boilers that have coils typically are set to maintain temperature between 140F on the low and 180F on the high. That way you are not waiting for the boiler to heat up when you call for hot water. As you will not be using it to make hot water there is no Read More
Great question. Yes you can do that and I have done it in the past. The only other thing you will want to do is shut off the low limit on the control. Boilers that have coils typically are set to maintain temperature between 140F on the low and 180F on the high. That way you are not waiting for the boiler to heat up when you call for hot water. As you will not be using it to make hot water there is no reason to maintain temperature 24 hours a day seven days a week. So you will set it to be a cold start boiler. You do this in the aqua stat by shutting off the low limit. If you have further questions please feel free to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Lasted 17 years This boiler is fair. It has a consistent 84% efficiency. I replaced the inner lining at year 10. Boiler was cleaned on a seasonal basis. The boiler has 3 small pin hole leaks in the sections after 17 years. This should have lasted 30 years but poor quality metals used in the new boilers are common. Beware! I am now switching to a tank-less NG water heater for radiant flooring and not going with the low efficiency steam although I love the feel and look of the radiators. July 16, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by depot staff made the purchace work on this boiler The homeowner install with the help of an experienced boiler guy was done in 5 hours. But the burner would not fire. After research we discovered that the electric coil on the Beckett burner malfunctioned. The Depot staff at the place of purchase took one off a burner they had in stock, so we wouldn't need to wait for Beckett to send it. The replacement part and the burner has worked fine for a month. January 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Boiler I was looking for a replacement boiler. Just a simple old school boiler that I could install and service myself if needed. Newer 3 pass style boilers may be more efficient than this one but this pin type has been around for 80 years at least. Easy to get parts for. Any burner tech will understand it unlike some newer type boilers that take a specialist to diagnose and repair. This boiler fit the bill. Completely satisfied with it so far. Reasonably quiet. Comes with a circulator and a draft control, two nozzles and some plumbing parts. Easy to clean with the swing out door. Old couple here in northern Maine had a new efficient "computerized" type installed. The tech moved away and there was nobody within 200 miles that knew how to work on it when it failed. Something to consider if you live in a rural area. The biggest selling point for me is SIMPLE. An excellent value for the money. December 6, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT BOILER FOR THE PRICE GREAT BOILER VERY EASY INSTILLATION VERY QUICK RECOVERY ONE OF BEST AND QUIET BOILERS I EVER INSTALLED April 15, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by No frills, just works I've had this unit now for about 5-6 years. While it is not the quietest oil furnace, it works. Cast iron components seem sturdy. Simple controls and setup. Make sure you understand oil combustion and installation procedures. I would say that this is comparable to the Weil McClain WGO series. But, unlike the Weil McClain boilers, this one comes with the burner making it much less expensive. October 21, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Boiler System Kits I have installed 9 of these kits. They are very easy to install and they work great. I have had no complaints from my customers or for the one that I have in my own home. I would greatly recommend these systems to everyone!!! November 6, 2011
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