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Peerless Series 63

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Ross i have recently installed a few peerless steamers and they all work fine ,i will say that they are quite heavy compared to weil ,large tapping are also a plus peace and good luck clammy

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  • Ross_7
    Ross_7 Member Posts: 577
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    Peerless Series 63

    Anybody have any issues with Peerless Series 63 steam boilers? I have installed other brands of steam boilers in the past, Burnham, Weil-Mclain,and Dunkirk. I like Peerless boilers,and have installed many of their hot water boilers, but haven't had a chance to install any of their steam boilers. Just curious, thanks in advance, for any sight. Thanks!
    Ross
  • Ross_7
    Ross_7 Member Posts: 577
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    no input?

    No one has any input?
  • Ross_7
    Ross_7 Member Posts: 577
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    Thanks Clammy!

    Hey Clammy,
    Yes I saw that the 63 had a larger supply tapping. I know that their hot water boilers are substantially heavier than the competition. I have had to unload a few of them by myself, and it got my attention. Just means "the buggers are built!" LOL. How have your Munchkins installs been running so far?
  • Jamie Pompetti_2
    Jamie Pompetti_2 Member Posts: 62
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    Ross,

    As far as Steam boilers go Peerless is the only brand we use! I also like the 3" tapping's off of the block. That makes sure that every install we do has a minimum of a 3" drop header.

    Only thing I am not crazy about is their probe low-water cut-off control with the cycle guard. We have been ordering them with a primary float LWC-off and adding a secondary probe LWC-off without cycle guard.

    Jamie

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  • Ross_7
    Ross_7 Member Posts: 577
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    LWCO

    Yeah, I gotta agree with you Jamie. I prefer # 67's or even 47-2's float style on the smaller boilers. Not a big fan of the probe styles at all. Just personal preference.
  • joel_19
    joel_19 Member Posts: 931
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    63

    We just did 1 I like the 4 section L has more water but lower firing rate . We pipe them full 3" drop header even though you can do smaller the big tap is there so why not. Nice and quiet. I prefer the probe LWC over the float. Much easier to service IMHO.

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  • there running

    No promblems as of yet but i do have 2 that the outdoor sensors went awaiting for warranty on them and one that's a wall hung and a flue adpter gasket is leaking and again i am waiting for htp or ,my supplier to do some thing kinda pissing me off but other wise there running and no other promblems peace and good luck clammy
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