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Terry OTerry O Posts: 67Member
ever heard of or have any experience with a mod con boiler manufactured by IBC Technologies out of Vancouver, BC. I found them online today. They seem to only offer two sizes, both with a 10-1 turndown ratio, 15,000 to 150,000 Btu/hr and 45,000 to 225,000 Btu/hr.  Multiple units can be linked for larger outputs. Heat exchanger is referred to as a fuel cell and is 316TISS with a very low pressure drop. I have spent sometime reading through the well written manuals and found many pluses and a few negatives.... not keen on the venting for one. Their manual dated 2007 shows controls functions that other manufacturers are just now offering and others that still are not. They seem to be ahead of their time. Anyone have any experience? And no I am not affiliated with the company.... I work for a wholesaler who carries NTI, Weil, and Viessmann.... just always looking out for something new!
Terry O
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