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dry base boilers

Al Gregory_3
Al Gregory_3 Member Posts: 20
Sometimes its all people can afford and it seems like it is the boiler of choice for condo developments around here. If you have to have a steel boiler it is the one I would use.


  • jim walsh_2
    jim walsh_2 Member Posts: 12
    dry base boilers

    looking for feedback on New Yorker APU oil-fired dry base hot water boilers. Any experience with these- good, bad or otherwise will be appreciated.
  • Leo_15
    Leo_15 Member Posts: 20
    In this day and age

    In this day and age there are a lot more efficient boilers out there. That particular model tends to have high stack temps and the CO2 reading drops as the unit ages. I never cared for them and I service many brands. I always thought of them as a contracter grade boiler.

  • Jed_2
    Jed_2 Member Posts: 781
    Contractor Grade

    Tract Housing Building Contractor, to be specific, I hope.
    I can't see a conscientous heating contractor putting in one of those things today. Not specifically New Yorker, but the boiler type.

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