Early last year, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued a final rule amending the minimum efficiency standards for residential boilers, which will go into effect Jan. 15, 2021. In addition, the DOE amended its test procedure for residential boilers.
For large residential or light commercial applications requiring a multiple boiler setup, the Evergreen provides ZoneStacking™— the capability to operate 24 zones without an additional external third-party control.
With automatic sequencing, both boilers operate at the lowest rate to optimize efficiencies
September 5, 2016
With failing boilers and an inefficient heating system, historic Zion Episcopal Church in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, needed guidance and help. New, high-efficiency condensing boilers from Weil-McLain provided the answer to solve their heating woes.
The hot ticket at the recent Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration (AHR) Expo was a seat at Building Services Research and Information Association’s (BSRIA’s) presentation on global HVAC trends.
Weil-McLain is offering its most advanced high-efficiency condensing boiler. The new 95 percent AFUE Evergreen™ boiler features cutting-edge technology with simple controls, flexible functionality for multiple applications, and a durable design that is easy to install, use, and maintain.
Bosch Thermotechnology’s Greenstar gas condensing boiler for residential applications is now available in a floor standing version for all eight regular (heat) and combi (heat+hot water) models: regular heat only models 57, 79, 100, 131, 151 MBtuh inputs and combi heat+hot water 100, 131, 151 MBtuh inputs.
An ideal solution for residential home-heating and water-heating needs, the Rinnai E50C Condensing Combi Boiler is cost effective to install, requiring fewer pumps and no primary secondary piping for common installations.