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Slant/Fin Sentry Natural Gas Boiler with 60,000 BTU Input 44,000 Output BTU Intermittent Electronic Ignition
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Slant/Fin

Sentry Natural Gas Boiler with 60,000 BTU Input 44,000 Output BTU Intermittent Electronic Ignition

$1,932.16 /each

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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
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Brand Slant/Fin Slant/Fin Slant/Fin Slant/Fin
Ratings (1) (0) (0) (1)
Fuel type Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas
Heat rating (BTU/hour) 34000 60000 43000 150000
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%) 80.4 81.6 83.4 82.4
ENERGY STAR Certified No No No No
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Can this unit power baseboard heating using pex tubing?

Looking to chnage out my oil boiler with this unit, problem is i have radiators using steam. And i plan to remove the entire system and install a new gas boiler ans install new baseboard heaters.
Asked by: john
I am not sure exactly what your question is. From your description you are removing a steam system and installing a water system. I can;t think of anything from a steam system you would be able to reuse so you are essentially installing a new system. PEX is not standardized like copper tube, so you will need to pick a system/manufacturer to use. A best practice that people over look is that water pex can not be used on closed loop heating systems. It lacks an oxygen barrier. So air will defuse through the wall of the tube and destroy the ferrous metals, such as the cast iron boiler. Some will argue this is a myth. It is not. Use a good quality heat pex, meaning a pex with an oxygen barrier.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-12-21

I have 1650 sq feet home, what size hot water gas boiler I need. ? How many BTU capacity I need?

I have 1650 sq feet home, what size hot water gas boiler I need. ? How many BTU capacity I need?
Asked by: Kt
There is not a direct relationship between square footage of floor space and heat load. As I am sure you can imagine the same 1650 square foot home in Alaska would need much more heat than the same home in Florida. So although knowing the size is helpful it does not give me enough information to lead me to making a recommendation. The proper way to size the appliance is to do a heat load calculation. The are quite a few programs on line that will do this for you. You enter information about room sizes, geographic location, construction type, etc. and it will calculate the heat load. This is what I do with new homes. For existing homes, I often do a heat loss as well, or if the heating system was designed well to begin with I will look at the installed distribution system, such as the footage of baseboard, and work backwards. Or I may consult the rating plate on the existing boiler. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-11-21

Why is the S60 model $300.16 more than the S90 model?

Asked by: BoilerQuestions101
I am sorry as my skill set is based on technical ability. I cant explain exactly why something is priced the way it is. I agree that is is counter intuitive that a smaller product would be less expensive than a larger. However I do know that a 40 Gallon water heater is always the least expensive. Less than a 30, 20 and even 10 gallon unit. This is due to the concept of economy of scale. Because they make the more 40 gallon units they end up being the least expensive. I think the same thing may be at play here as I know the 120,000 BTU unit is the most common.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-08-16

How many square feet house, does this cover?

How many square feet house, does this cover? What kind of Warranty comes with this unit?
Asked by: Mark
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. I believe it would be best to reach out to the manufacturer for assistance. The manufacturer is Sentry and their customer service department can be reached at 1-516-484-2600.
Answered by: THDCustomerSupport
Date published: 2016-08-16
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