Model # LD30P

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Store SKU #731226

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Slant/Fin Liberty 131,000 to 175,000 BTU Input 117,000 to 131,000 BTU Output Hot Water Oil Boiler without Coil
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Slant/Fin

Liberty 131,000 to 175,000 BTU Input 117,000 to 131,000 BTU Output Hot Water Oil Boiler without Coil

$2,599.00 /each

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This Heating Oil Boiler Less Coil features a high-efficiency Beckett burner and a cast-iron heat exchange for reliable performance in your home. It runs on heating oil and has an annual fuel utilization efficiency rating of 86%. The boiler features a dual-size viewing port and metal push nipples for convenience.

  • Designed to be fueled by heating oil for effective operation
  • High-efficiency Beckett burner for reliable performance
  • Cast-iron heat exchanger for great performance
  • Annual fuel utilization efficiency rating of 86%
  • Metal push nipples for your convenience
  • Dual-size viewing port
  • Coil not included; domestic hot water is provided by an indirect or separate water heater
  • Will do up to 225 ft. of baseboard

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Liberty 131,000 to 175,000 BTU Input 117,000 to 131,000 BTU Output Hot Water Oil Boiler without Coil
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Can this be transferred over to gas

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March 21, 2016
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No, this model is not convertible.
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There are companies that make gas conversion burners to put on oil boilers. However that prompts me to ask the question why would you want to do that? Oil and gas are very different fuels and burn at different temperatures, so there are basic design differences. So if you are going to use gas I would use a boiler designed for gas and the same with oil. There would need to be some extenuating Read More
There are companies that make gas conversion burners to put on oil boilers. However that prompts me to ask the question why would you want to do that? Oil and gas are very different fuels and burn at different temperatures, so there are basic design differences. So if you are going to use gas I would use a boiler designed for gas and the same with oil. There would need to be some extenuating circumstances that would lead me to think converting oil to gas was a good idea.
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How many rooms can it heat?

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How many rooms can it heat?
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Depends on the rooms. The proper way to size a boiler is to do a heat loss calculation on the structure. There are plenty of free programs on line where you can put in information on the rooms, construction type, geography etc. and it will calculate your heat load; meaning the amount of heat your home loses on the coldest hours of the coldest day of the year. However with oil it is often a little easier Read More
Depends on the rooms. The proper way to size a boiler is to do a heat loss calculation on the structure. There are plenty of free programs on line where you can put in information on the rooms, construction type, geography etc. and it will calculate your heat load; meaning the amount of heat your home loses on the coldest hours of the coldest day of the year. However with oil it is often a little easier in that you can't burn oil in small increments. So often determining the sizing is the fact that it is oil. For example this boiler puts out 117,000 BTU's which is enough to support 201' of baseboard. Even though most homes don;'t have 201' of baseboard this is the boiler I recommend 99% of the time because anything smaller will be very prone to short cycling and soot problems. It this does not make sense or you have more questions please feel free to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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can this be used with radiators or just basboard

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I currently have a oil fired steam boiler with radiators, will this boiler work with radiators or just baseboard.? Thank you
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You need a steam boiler and this is a water boiler. Thus this product will not meet your needs. The Home Depot will be adding oil fired steam boilers, to there on line offering, over the next few weeks but currently you would have to order it at a store. You are welcome to call me and we can discuss your specific need. Steam is somewhat of a forgotten art. However I know it having grown up in the Read More
You need a steam boiler and this is a water boiler. Thus this product will not meet your needs. The Home Depot will be adding oil fired steam boilers, to there on line offering, over the next few weeks but currently you would have to order it at a store. You are welcome to call me and we can discuss your specific need. Steam is somewhat of a forgotten art. However I know it having grown up in the business. There are two main things I would tell you to keep in mind. First, when sizing a steam boiler you not only need the right amount of BTU's but also the proper volume of steam; as measured in squared footage of steam. So you want to get both figures off the rating plate of the existing boiler. Second, the near boiler piping, that is the piping within 5' of the boiler, becomes part of the boiler. The near boiler piping is critical and specific to each boiler. You can not just cut a couple pipes and slide the new boiler in place. If the near boiler piping is not done correctly for that unit, the boiler will not operate correctly. It is not brain surgery but it is counter intuitive and often appears not to be logical. So you want to look at the piping diagrams in the owners manual and follow them. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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How many zones will it do and how do measure the baseboard? It it just the baseboard with the fins or total length of piping runs?

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There is no limit as to how many zones you can have in a heating system. From a practical stand point it gets a little ridiculous if you try to zone each room separately. First it be costly and second because heat chases cold it would difficult to keep adjoining spaces a two different temperatures. As a general rule copper fin tube gives off 580 BTU's per linear foot. So if you add up the footage of Read More
There is no limit as to how many zones you can have in a heating system. From a practical stand point it gets a little ridiculous if you try to zone each room separately. First it be costly and second because heat chases cold it would difficult to keep adjoining spaces a two different temperatures. As a general rule copper fin tube gives off 580 BTU's per linear foot. So if you add up the footage of element and multiply it by 580 you get the potential distribution capacity of your system. We don;t add in anything for the pipe but it is part of the heating system and will give off heat. Most often the capacity of an oil boiler fare exceeds the capacity of the distribution network. This is because it is difficult and problematic to burn oil small. Also to make a tankless heater work the boiler must have a thermal mass of 100,000 BTU's. If you would like to talk about you specific need feel free to give ma call. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by We like this boiler So far so good. We're about half (I hope) way through a very cold winter, and the fuel bill has gone way down. This unit replaced a circa 35 year old Slant Fin of somewhat lower BTU rating. It's quiet, and we're nice and warm. January 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rugged and well built. Great performance. My 20 year old furnace had a major failure and flooded half my basement. The following morning, I was able to go online to check availability of the Liberty II at my nearest store, make the purchase with my credit card, confirm ready for pickup and two hours later have the new furnace loaded on my pick-up truck. Home Depot's online purchase process was super fast and smooth. The new unit was an equal match in heating capacity and much more high-tech and efficient. March 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good for the price replaced a thirty year old unit .so this was a little harder to install then i thought it would be.old unit had all water hook up on different parts of burner so all piping had to be moved .still for the price it was a bargain.thanks mr goodman October 8, 2014
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