Model # S-150EDP

Internet #203653581

Store SO SKU #1000488164

Slant/Fin Sentry Natural Gas Boiler with 150,000 BTU Input 110,000 Output BTU Intermittent Electronic Ignition
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Slant/Fin

Sentry Natural Gas Boiler with 150,000 BTU Input 110,000 Output BTU Intermittent Electronic Ignition

$245760 /each
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Product Overview

Sentry is a hot water boiler heating system which is ideal for a wide variety of gas boiler requirements, as a replacement or for new installations. Its advanced design provides years of trouble-free, high efficiency operation while providing easy installation, even in sites with low chimney connections or low overhead clearance.

  • Advanced design cast-iron heat exchanger provides superior performance, longer life
  • Reliable, motorized heavy-duty vent damper saves energy
  • Insulated jacket
  • Brand name controls
  • LP conversion kit available for purchase separately OMSID# 2022783251 Model# 414-546
  • Purchase this unit in LP at your local Pro Desk

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Brand Slant/Fin Slant/Fin Slant/Fin Slant/Fin
Ratings (1) (5) (1) (0)
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%) 82.4 84.78 81. 84.1
Heat rating (BTU/hour) 150000 88000 100000 130000
Fuel type Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Heating Oil
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
19.75 in
Product Height (in.)
32.5 in
Product Width (in.)
23.675

Details

Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%)
82.4
Capacity (gallons)
5.6
Color
Blue
Color Family
Blues
Condensing/noncondensing
Noncondensing
Energy Consumption (kWh/year)
1.0
Fuel Gauge
No
Fuel type
Natural Gas
Heat rating (BTU/hour)
150000
Heating Product Type
Boiler
Heating Technology Type
Convection
Ignition Type
Interrupted Spark
Product Weight (lb.)
368.0lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can unit run on gravity

Can unit run on gravity
Asked by: Gerry
You are asking a very esoteric question that is much to complicated to fully address here and would require a knowledge of your specific system which I obviously do not have. However I find it intriguing and will try to give you some direction towards finding a solution. First, gravity systems were based on large thermal mass. This meant a large amount of water in the system as well as big pipe diameters and very specific piping configurations. In many ways this is a forgotten art. All of this was done so that the process of heat chasing cold would create flow. Today you will not find a residential boiler with water content and tapping sizes to accomidate this. I suspect that the current Dept of Energy rules would not even allow such a product due to modern efficiency mandates. Using any current residential boiler will not work in this way. They are intentionally built with less water and utilize pumps to create flow. So in a way the challenge you face is How do you put a modern engine in your model T. The magic will be how a modern boiler will be coupled to the older distribution system. That piping configuration will be critical in preventing the new boiler from cracking due to thermal shock, and would utilize a pump. I can;t tell you how to pipe it because I can;t see it. Now, I am speculating here, but I suspect there is a possibility you don;t want a pump because you don;t want or have electricity. That is going to be difficult. I do know that Amish communities have exemptions to the DOE laws and special boilers are made for them that do not use electricity and still utilize gravity. I am not in such a community and do not provide product to them but am aware of. As we are communicating over the internet I assume you are not either. However this information may help with internet searches for answers. I don;t know how much more help I can be, but if you want to call me you can. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2017-01-18

it's for Steam radiators too ? How much it costs fort labor to install it? Thanks

it's for Steam radiators too ? How much it costs fort labor to install it? Thanks
Asked by: Kevin
This is a water boiler so it would not be appropriate for a steam application. Some boilers are designed to heat water and others are designed to heat water until it becomes steam. They are built either one way or the other. There are no combination units. I assume you need a steam unit so it would be sized based on both the BTU's and square footage of steam needed. I would need a lot more information to even hazard a guess as to the installation costs. .
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2017-05-30

What size unit do I need to heat a three family house and can I set it up with three zones

Asked by: Stick
I would need to know a lot more about the structure in order to make a sound recommendation. I don;t want to risk making assumptions that cause you to make a bad decision. You are welcome to give me a call and we can talk about your system. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2017-02-13

can a do it your it selfer install this unit

can a do it your it selfer install this unit
Asked by: mike
I am sorry I don;t think I can answer that as I don;t know your mechanical abilities or the codes in your area. If I was thinking about doing this myself I would certainly check with the code enforcement authority in my area first to make sure this is allowed and make sure my work was inspected by them before operating it.,
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-12-20
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Customer Reviews

Sentry Natural Gas Boiler with 150,000 BTU Input 110,000 Output BTU Intermittent Electronic Ignition is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Product keeps the house warm even below zero Working like it states on package. It is keeping us warm in the below zero temperature in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Date published: 2013-12-12
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