Combination boiler, tankless water heater

The Mascot LX offers 95% efficiency, full modulation and a plentiful supply of domestic hot water on combi units.

09/03/2014


The Mascot LX offers 95% efficiency, full modulation and a plentiful supply of domestic hot water on combi units.The Mascot LX condensing combi boiler and tankless water heater by Laars has a natural gas or LP-fired unit that offers 95% efficiency. It also has full modulation and a plentiful supply of domestic hot water on combi units. It also comes with a heat exchanger. Mascot LX comes in three combi boiler/tankless water heater model sizes (125, 150, and 175 MBH) and seven heating only model sizes (50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, and 220 MBH). The Mascot LX includes an advanced control system with auto cascade setup for multiple boiler installations, outdoor reset, primeless condensate trap, zero clearance installation and venting up to 150 ft. 

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