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Lochinvar WHN vs Crest vs others
Happy July 4th guys!
Got another natural draft to high efficency conversion to do and started pondering which boiler to use.
Have quiet a few Lochinvar WHN boilers installed. Installed and service many Triangle Tube boilers, so im on the fence as which to use. This job as well as most retrofis require only one water temp, so no fancy boiler options are necessary. Contemplating trying the new cadet. Then again, I may want to just use the tried and proven WHN. Not sure I want to start with a Viessman with a new customer being that I am unfamiliar with the 100 and 200 series. Then theres TT that is just a few hours away and offers great tech support when odd issues come up. The local supply house is trying to push an NTI boiler, saying they have most replacement parts in stock. Not so comfortable with them after repairing a few.
Regardless what boiler, I plan to use a Bumble Bee on the boiler loop set to 45f-dt and add some bells and whistles to make this boiler sing to perfection.
Please post your thoughts, suggestions and anything else on your mind related to the topic.
Note: in the original post I wrote crest, but meant cadet. Sorry for the mistake.
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