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ed wallace
ed wallace Member Posts: 1,613
Installed my 1st Biasi last november was very impressed with it except for location of the aquastat i used the new Beckett low nox burner

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  • STEVEN MARKS
    STEVEN MARKS Member Posts: 154
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    Biasi Boiler

    Does anyone have any knowledge of Biasi boilers. The Biasi B-10 series is a 3 pass boiler. A local wholesaler has been seliing the Biasi boilers with Riello burners and swears by them. The boilers are very competively priced and I am interested in installing some. I was just wondering if anyone on the Wall has installed or serviced and what your thoughts were before I take the next step. pro's and con's

    Thank you Steven
  • Ron Schroeder
    Ron Schroeder Member Posts: 998
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    I have only serviced one of them but I did like it a lot.
  • Robert O'Brien
    Robert O'Brien Member Posts: 3,547
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  • Steamhead (in transit)
    Steamhead (in transit) Member Posts: 6,688
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    Columbia sells a version of the Biasi

    called the Solaia, we'll be installing at least one this summer. One of the selling points of this version is that Columbia supports the use of the Solaia with either oil or gas. This gives the owner the option to switch fuels without buying a new boiler.

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  • STEVEN MARKS
    STEVEN MARKS Member Posts: 154
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    Thanks for all the reply's. I feel more confident in switching from installing the Crown Freeport to the Biasi. I do believe the Biasi can also be purchase with a gas burner but since I work for an oil company It doesn't matter as much. It apprears that the boiler has 2 access doors, 1 for cleaning the passageways and 1 for the combustion chamber and that their are no removable baffles unlike the Crown. The weight of the boiler is also a nice feature since I do most installs by myself.

    Steven
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