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Riello Training

Kieth, I never installed any of the R series as a retrofit burner however I did install a few warm air furnaces with that burner. I never had any trouble with them. as far as I'm concerned they were/are just reliable as the M & F Series.

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  • Ken D.
    Ken D. Member Posts: 836
    Reillo Training

    Does anyone have a name or number I can call to get Riello training? The local supplier has been no help. We are located in the Philadelphia area. Thank you.
  • S Ebels
    S Ebels Member Posts: 2,322
    Commercial or residential size?

    The residential burners are usually handled by the distributors according to Ross Crompton at Riello. The commercial R series burners are done at the Riello plant in Mississauga Ontario. Phone number there is 1-800-474-3556
  • Alan R. Mercurio_3
    Alan R. Mercurio_3 Member Posts: 1,620


    And here's another good contact person for you.

    James D'Anthony
    Riello Corp. of America
    [email protected]

    Phone: (410) 848-4075

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  • Hingham, MA is where Riello has thier USA office, and they offer training at that location. I know they do travel out of that location to hold training elsewhere.

    I bet if you call them they may be able to schedule a training session for you, or at least point you in another direction

    (781) 749-0623
    35 Pond Park Road
    Hingham, Massachusetts
    02043



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  • Keith_8
    Keith_8 Member Posts: 399
    Riello R Series

    Alan,

    What do you think of the R series burner?

    Keith
  • Ken D.
    Ken D. Member Posts: 836
    Thank you all.

    Thank you so much. You guys came through again!
  • Gene_3
    Gene_3 Member Posts: 289
    Be sure

    to have a real clean oil system and put in a top notch spin on filter, the only weak link on the Riello is the size of the pump strainer and if you do not have the O ring for the cover when you take it apart you is $%^&*.

    Other than that it is a great burner, I have never changed any parts other than a nozzle and pump O ring.

    Riello es di grado superiore

    Ciao!
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