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Knight or Trinity

Bruce_26 Member Posts: 27
What would be the best choice for a sealed combustion gas boiler? A Knight or Trinity or some other choice? Size would be in the 100,000 BTU range. 90+% efficiency.


  • Josh M.
    Josh M. Member Posts: 360


    I have tried them both. I have to say the Knight blows the Trinity out of the water in terms of control options and ease of installation.

    However, in that size my first choice would be a Triangle Tube Prestige Solo 110. Very reliable, requires little maintenance, low pressure drop, versatile venting options, and great controls.
  • tim smith
    tim smith Member Posts: 2,743
    I agree also Josh, Tim

  • Josh M.
    Josh M. Member Posts: 360

    Hey Tim, just quoted my first 399's. How did your install of them go?
  • gerry gill
    gerry gill Member Posts: 3,078
    they both perform very well

    so i would base my choice off something else..we have installed both and now use trinity or peerless because they are the only two that have ''parts'' support locally..the best boiler is a piece of junk on a cold night if the parts arn't carried in town..

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  • tim smith
    tim smith Member Posts: 2,743
    Josh, I am up to 9 of the 399s so far and counting

    Been a great beast. Gerry, regarding parts, we buy a repair kit for the boilers we install so parts are available in our shop. Our supplier also has repair kit in stock. I know it is nice to have a distributor carry the parts but we just can't count on it!!! Tim
    PS, in 3 years of using Prestige now, not one part has been used!!!
  • Josh M.
    Josh M. Member Posts: 360

    Ya, we have close to 20 110's without a single failure other than a combustion adjustment on a delayed ignition. No parts yet though, not even and igniter and a few of them are 2-3 years old.
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