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Patriot 80 by Century

Model OLRB125-D5-1A

Internet #204833971

125,000 BTU Lowboy Rear Flue Oil Furnace

$2,106.73 /pallet
  • Efficient oil furnace is quiet with trouble-free maintenance
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional

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The Patriot 80 by Century oil furnace is exceptionally efficient and versatile thanks to its powerful heat exchanger that maximizes energy usage to minimize utility costs. Models feature multiple firing rates. AFUE rating is 83%.

  • GeniSysTM advanced burner control: designed for trouble-free operation, the control has programmable delays for valve on and motor off and indicator lights to simplify system monitoring and diagnostics
  • Quiet, clean comfort
  • Trouble-free maintenance
  • Efficiency and versatility
  • 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.
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About the Patriot 80 126,000 btu oil furnace

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July 24, 2016
This is called an 'oil furnace' but gas is identified as it's fuel source in the specifications. What is the difference between this and any other natural gas furnace?
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Atlanta, Gergoria
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August 21, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We do see the item you have on the page would be a oil burning furnace. It is not gas. we have placed in a correction to our It team to get it changed. So that you can understand the difference between the oil and gas furnace . We suggest you stop in your local Home Depot store and see a pro agent at the pro desk they will be glad to explain the Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We do see the item you have on the page would be a oil burning furnace. It is not gas. we have placed in a correction to our It team to get it changed. So that you can understand the difference between the oil and gas furnace . We suggest you stop in your local Home Depot store and see a pro agent at the pro desk they will be glad to explain the difference to you. the pro desk would be in front of your local Home depot. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot. Read Less
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This is an oil fired appliance and is NOT gas. I can not tell you why it is indicated as gas but that is incorrect. As fare as the difference between gas and oil, they are completely different. Home heating oil is also know as number two oil and is very similar to diesel fuel. Where as natural gas and propane are in a gaseous state when they are com-busted. Because they burn at different temperatures Read More
This is an oil fired appliance and is NOT gas. I can not tell you why it is indicated as gas but that is incorrect. As fare as the difference between gas and oil, they are completely different. Home heating oil is also know as number two oil and is very similar to diesel fuel. Where as natural gas and propane are in a gaseous state when they are com-busted. Because they burn at different temperatures and there flue gases have different densities the appliances are completely different. They are similar but like gasoline and diesel engines, they may look the same but are not interchangeable. Thus if you are looking for a new appliance you want to get one that is intended for the fuel you plan on using. If you have further questions please feel free to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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Is a gas line required?

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October 18, 2015
My understanding is that this model burns oil for the heat. Is this correct? How does it run? In other words, is the burner etc. powered by electricity. I have no gas lines to my home and want to make sure that a gas line is not required for this unit.
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This unit does require electricity to run both the burner and the blower. If you have further questions you are welcome to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301
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