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Century Patriot 80 154,000 Input BTU Oil Highboy Hot Air Furnace
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Patriot 80 154,000 Input BTU Oil Highboy Hot Air Furnace

  • Efficient 154,000 BTU Oil Furnace, quiet and reliable operation
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional
$189900 /pallet(lift)
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  • Efficient 154,000 BTU Oil Furnace, quiet and reliable operation
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional
The Patriot 80 residential oil furnace product family is a very complete line. Each Patriot 80 model can be fired at multiple firing rates. Multiple firing rates mean each model gives you a wider choice to meet your heating requirements. All Patriot 80 oil furnaces feature AFUE ratings above 80%.
  • Cabinet of the patriot 80 furnace is constructed of heavy gauge galvanized steel
  • Cabinet is lined with foil-backed fiberglass insulation to hold heat within the unit
  • Primary heat exchanger is constructed of hand-welded steel for long life
  • High efficiency beckett oil burner with positive alignment assures quiet and reliable operation
  • 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
  • Professional installation recommended
  • Click here for more information

Product Overview

  • Efficient 154,000 BTU Oil Furnace, quiet and reliable operation
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional
Model #: OUFB125-D5-1A
Internet #: 202829057

The Patriot 80 residential oil furnace product family is a very complete line. Each Patriot 80 model can be fired at multiple firing rates. Multiple firing rates mean each model gives you a wider choice to meet your heating requirements. All Patriot 80 oil furnaces feature AFUE ratings above 80%.

  • Cabinet of the patriot 80 furnace is constructed of heavy gauge galvanized steel
  • Cabinet is lined with foil-backed fiberglass insulation to hold heat within the unit
  • Primary heat exchanger is constructed of hand-welded steel for long life
  • High efficiency beckett oil burner with positive alignment assures quiet and reliable operation
  • 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
  • Professional installation recommended
  • Click here for more information

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Name Patriot 80 84% AFUE 72,000 BTU Output Oil Highboy Hot Air Furnace Patriot 80 154,000 Input BTU Oil Highboy Hot Air Furnace Patriot 80 84% AFUE 95,000 BTU Output Lowboy Rear Flue Oil Furnace 125,000 BTU Lowboy Front Flue Oil Furnace
Brand Century Century Century Patriot 80 by Century
Ratings (0) (1) (1) (2)
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%) 84 83 84 83
Heat rating (BTU/hour) 75000 125000 95000 125000
Power/Fuel Type Oil Oil Oil Oil
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
33.125
Product Height (in.)
54.0
Product Width (in.)
22.5

Details

Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%)
83
Energy Consumption (kWh/year)
0.0
Fuel Gauge
No
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons)
0
Heat rating (BTU/hour)
125000
Heating Product Type
Forced Air Furnace
Heating Technology Type
Convection
Number of Blower Speeds
4 or More
Power/Fuel Type
Oil
Product Weight (lb.)
275lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed,CSA Listed,ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Years - Limited on parts / Limited Lifetime on heat exchangers

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
33.125
Product Height (in.)
54.0
Product Width (in.)
22.5

Details

Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%)
83
Energy Consumption (kWh/year)
0.0
Fuel Gauge
No
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons)
0
Heat rating (BTU/hour)
125000
Heating Product Type
Forced Air Furnace
Heating Technology Type
Convection
Number of Blower Speeds
4 or More
Power/Fuel Type
Oil
Product Weight (lb.)
275lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed,CSA Listed,ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Years - Limited on parts / Limited Lifetime on heat exchangers

Questions & Answers

I want to buy this furnace for my modular home with a full basement its size is a 24X44 will it w...

I want to buy this furnace for my modular home with a full basement its size is a 24X44 will it work or is it to big
Asked by: Tammy
There is no direct relationship between square footage of floor space and how much heating capacity you need to install. When it is suggested there is, the formulas typically end up over sizing the product in the vast majority of cases which greatly decreased the inefficiency and longevity of the equipment. As am sure you can envision the same structure if located in Alaska is going to need a lot more capacity than it would if located in Florida. The proper way to size heating is to do a heat loss calculation. There are many free programs on line that will do this for you. Basically you enter room sizes, window sizes, construction type, geographic location, etc. and the program will calculate how much heat the structure will lose on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the typical year. Selecting the capacity that is matched to the actual load you will get the longest and most efficient run times. Now with that said let me also add that most of them time oil equipment is over sized. This is because oil is a very concentrated fuel and can not be burned in small increments like gas. So most the time when oil is utilized the appliance ends up being the one that is available that has the smallest out put but will still work with the chimney. Without knowing more about where you are i can not be definitive. But my experience would lead me to guess that this furnace is more likely to be to big than two small.
Answered by: BrandAnswers
Date published: 2017-11-16

My home is approx. 2800 sqft., will this furnace heat my home efficiently?

My home is approx. 2800 sqft., will this furnace heat my home efficiently?
Asked by: Paul
There is no direct relationship between square footage of floor space and how much heating capacity you need to install. When it is suggested there is, the formulas typically end up over sizing the product in the vast majority of cases which greatly decreased the inefficiency and longevity of the equipment. As am sure you can envision the same structure if located in Alaska is going to need a lot more capacity than it would if located in Florida. The proper way to size heating is to do a heat loss calculation. There are many free programs on line that will do this for you. Basically you enter room sizes, window sizes, construction type, geographic location, etc. and the program will calculate how much heat the structure will lose on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the typical year. Selecting the capacity that is matched to the actual load you will get the longest and most efficient run times. Now to make this more complicated I am going to say something that almost completely contradicts the spirit of what I just said. Most of the time when dealing with oil I will do the heat loss calculation to establish my baseline. For most homes in my area of the country; New England I come up with 60K to 80K BTU's. But when oil is involved I usually end up with a appliance much larger than that. The reason is oil itself. Number 2 oil is one of the most energy dense fuels we have. As a side note that is why it was used as fuel in the rocket that took us to the moon. Because it is so dense, if very difficult to burn it effectively in small increments. When this is attempted the result is often short cycling and soot. What this means is that with oil I often end up with a larger appliance than what the heat load calls for because of the fuel evolved. In my own home it became such a comfort issue I got rid of the oil and went to propane. The oil furnace would come on and it felt like you had a hair dryer pointed at you. Then it would shut off and you would feel cold. By going with propane I was able to dial in the sizing better and get longer more even run times. If you have further questions please feel free to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: BrandAnswers
Date published: 2017-10-29

can you add an Air Conditioning coil to this unit

Asked by: Mark
You can add air conditioning to and oil furnace. That is accomplished by putting an "A Coil" in the discharge plenum of the furnace. The coil is tide do an outdoor condenser and the unit is wired so that only the furnaces blower will run when it is in conditioning mode.
Answered by: BrandAnswers
Date published: 2017-05-01

Will this replace my Williamson temp-o-matic model 1167-12-5 there is no btu rating on the old one

Asked by: Anthony
The federal government has required rating plates stating capacities on this type of equipment, sense the 1850's. So it should be there. As a helpful note sometimes oil furnaces have a door or panel that covers the area where the burner is mounted. Often the rating plate is on the inside under this panel. If you still can't find it or fined it illegible there is another way to back into the information. Oil is accepted to be 140,000 BTU's per gallon. The person that cleans and services the equipment should be leaving a tag on the equipment each time it is serviced.That tag will indicate the settings he the appliance was set to at the last service as well as the resulting statistics of operation; such as operating efficiency. The tag should also list the nozzle that is being used. Every nozzle is rated in gallon of oil per hour. Meaning how much oil goes through it every hour. So if the appliance is using a 1 GPM nozzle we know that the unit has an input of 140,000 BTU's and if it has an input of 1.25 GPM we can calculate that the input is 175,000 BTU's etc. If I can be of more help you can give me a call. Thanks Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: BrandAnswers
Date published: 2017-03-18
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Patriot 80 154,000 Input BTU Oil Highboy Hot Air Furnace is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great item. and price,super shipping and pickup call. Easy install, all... Great item. and price,super shipping and pickup call. Easy install, all needed parts were available in store, excellent Home Depot personal
Date published: 2017-08-06
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