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dmy hvac
dmy hvac Member Posts: 33
was wondering if anyone has ever heard or ever worked on any cyclotherm boilers and could tell me what they thought of them and how old they thought the boiler was. thanks they are mainly big industrial boilers.


  • mwsmith
    mwsmith Member Posts: 10

    what would you like to know ..

    they are now produced by an equipment broker
  • dmy hvac
    dmy hvac Member Posts: 33

    what do you mean built by a broker?
  • Ken_40
    Ken_40 Member Posts: 1,320

    Were a well made steel fire tube boiler maker, not unlike C/B, Superior, Kewanee, et al.

    The boiler is almost generic in nature, the burner being the "unique" component. Many of these boilers were fitted with "other" brands of burners. Many after-market burners exist, IC, Webster, Power Flame, Ray, and a few OEM's as well.

    Most are capable of very high efficiencies and burn oil (all forms) or gas (NG and LP). Virtually all have flame modulation.

    Most are not serviced/repaired by the OEM, but rather special repairmen who specialize in either welding, or burners and controls.

    Does yours have the original Cyclotherm burner, or something else?

    Here's a link: http://www.cyclothermboilers.com/Files/CyclthermProfile.pdf
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