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Biasi Boilers and Triangle Tube Indirects

Tom Hopkins
Tom Hopkins Member Posts: 552
both fine.I install many of each with no problems.Biasi is not a "knockoff" of anybody.If you mean the design appears similar,what 3 pass isn't?If you took the jackets off a dozen 3 pass boilers,most people in the trade couldn't identify them much less a layman.

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  • Jim_109
    Jim_109 Member Posts: 45
    Biaso Boilers and Triangle Tube Indirect

    Any comments on Biasi Oil Fired 3 section boilers and Triangle Tube Indirects?

    I am considering both and just want to get feedback, pro and con on how they compare to comparably spec'd boilers and indirects from other manufacturers.

    How realiable are they?

    I am also considering Buderus.

    THANKS!
  • John_82
    John_82 Member Posts: 63


    go w/ the Buderus, Biasi is a knock off of Buderus but I don't think it has the flexible iron & as much insulation. You might as well buy what biasi is trying to copy...
  • Steamhead (in transit)
    Steamhead (in transit) Member Posts: 6,688
    Robert, I think that's the same guy

    who said the same thing about the Burnham MPO. What he's forgotten is that 3-pass cast-iron boilers have been around for at least 100 years ;-)

    We have installed several Solaia boilers which are based on the Biasi casting, and they work great. Same with the TT indirects.

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  • Joe Brix
    Joe Brix Member Posts: 626
    The TT's are great

    especially the TR series. Biasi has the advantage of the lighter weight and lower water volume. I'd rather have extra boiler water volume in the indirect not in the boiler.
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