Hydronic boiler

Multifuel condensing hydronic boiler is capable of being fired with natural gas, propane, or #2 fuel oil at facilities requiring backup fuel and is available in 3 to10 million Btu/h capacities.

02/05/2016


Multifuel condensing hydronic boiler is capable of being fired with natural gas, propane, or #2 fuel oil at facilities requiring backup fuel and is available in 3 to10 million Btu/h capacities. Courtesy: AercoAERCO's Multi-Fuel Condensing (MFC) hydronic boiler is capable of being fired with natural gas, propane, or #2 fuel oil at facilities requiring backup fuel. Six MFC models are available in 3 to10 million Btu/h capacities. The boilers have a 5:1 turndown ratio when firing on natural gas or propane. A heat exchanger built with a combination of carbon steel and 316Ti stainless steel offers corrosion resistance against acidic flue gas condensation. The maximum working temperature of 240˚F allows it to meet the requirements of high-temperature applications. The MFC is designed for condensing applications in closed-loop hydronic systems such as in health care buildings, military bases, emergency shelters, and industrial operations.

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