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Any opinions on these?

Timco Member Posts: 3,040
I looked at these units at my supplier today, and boy are they sexy!! Any opinions?


Just a guy running some pipes.


  • jp_2
    jp_2 Member Posts: 1,935
    98 %

    but how can you constantly get return water coming in at 60F?????????????????
  • Glenn Sossin_2
    Glenn Sossin_2 Member Posts: 592

    in an airplane hanger?? Nice graphs. Makes you wonder what every one else's product curve would look like if you tested with returns that low.

    Water at 140, 160 doesn't look anywhere near as impressive.
  • ALH_4
    ALH_4 Member Posts: 1,790

    My theory is that condensing boilers are actually primarily modulating boilers designed to handle condensation. Condensing flue gasses helps, but the modulation is the important feature as I see things. It does appear to take quite a bit to make the KN condense.
  • Steve Ebels_3
    Steve Ebels_3 Member Posts: 1,291
    Call me a skeptic

    Iron...........Condensation........sounds like a very defined life cycle to me. I know, I know, I've read the logic behind the innovative use of iron in a condensing appliance but it just seems like........why. Efficiency isn't any better than a stainless boiler and it would seem that there would be less margin for error. But hey, what do I know. I'm sure that someone making a lot more dough than me designed it.
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