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Slant/Fin Victory Natural Gas Direct Vent Hot Water Boiler with 60,000 Input BTU and 45,000 Output BTU
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Slant/Fin

Victory Natural Gas Direct Vent Hot Water Boiler with 60,000 Input BTU and 45,000 Output BTU

$237028 /each
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The Victory 3.0-Gal. Natural Gas Boiler helps you maintain a comfortable home environment thanks to its powerful sealed-combustion system, which does not consume warm household air. Designed for use with natural gas. This powerful boiler features a durable cast-iron construction and an insulated, heavy-gauge aluminized steel base assembly.

  • Designed for use with natural gas
  • Reliable cast-iron heat exchanger provides powerful heating and high efficiency
  • Cast iron construction for durability
  • Metal push nipples help prevent leakage
  • Insulated, heavy-gauge aluminized steel base assembly for enhanced efficiency
  • Energy star qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • Sealed combustion does not consume warm household air for a comfortable home environment
  • Compact boiler fits in a closet-size space and can be vented directly through a wall

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Brand Slant/Fin Slant/Fin Slant/Fin HTP
Ratings (7) (0) (1) (1)
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%) 82.3 86.1 82.4 97.3
Heat rating (BTU/hour) 90000 60000 150000 55000
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My house is 1650 SQ Feets , what size hot water gas boiler I need, how many BTU ? Is 70,000 ...

My house is 1650 SQ Feets , what size hot water gas boiler I need, how many BTU ? Is 70,000 BTU is enough? Please let me know ? Thanks
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

Would this unit heater heat up my two story 3br 1,685square feet.. is there another material other than copper piping..

I have no heating pipes they were all copper and stolen
Asked by: Michelle
First I am sorry about the loss of your copper. Unfortunately this is not the first time I have hear of this. The process by which you size a heating system is called a heat loss. We take dimensional information on all the rooms and plug them into a computer. The machine then runs the math and calculates how much heat the rooms and therefore the total structure loses on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the year. There are many factors that effect this. For example is the home in Alaska or Florida; as well as building materials and windows etc. Given the limited information you have given I cannot assure you that this boiler is appropriate. You are welcome to give me a call and we can discuss your specific need. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-02-14
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