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kemco water heater 99+% efficient

tim smith
tim smith Member Posts: 2,738
I have worked a little on a Ludell direct fired commercial water heater, about 2 million btus, velly interlesting.

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  • realolman
    realolman Member Posts: 513
    i would like

    to get your opinions. We have one of these water heaters at work and the stack is only a few degrees warmer than the incoming water.


    99% efficient boiler


    another link


    http://www.kemcosystems.com/
    I am not as familiar as I should be with this equipment, but it is supposed to have the flame in direct contact with the water. With that low a stack temperature, where is the condensate going? Apparently into the water itself.


    what do you think of that?
  • realolman
    realolman Member Posts: 513
    where

    is the condensation going with 60 degree stack temps? into the water? is this OK?
  • tim smith
    tim smith Member Posts: 2,738
    Yes

    It goes into the water, FDA approved for food processing also. The one I had a chance to see was for a seafood processing company here in Seattle. They figure the dillution rate is so high with large volume heaters like this that it does not change the water makeup much at all.
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