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Name That Boiler!!!

susiesusie Member Posts: 1
Can anyone identify any of these boilers, the year they were probably installed and their typical energy efficiency?!?!

I need to prove that I am increasing the efficiency of my rehab by 34% after installing new energy star equipment but I can't unless I know what the originals are...



Thanks!

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  • Tim McElwainTim McElwain Member Posts: 4,436
    Look on the

    rating plates for the Make, Model Number and Serial numbers. Also look for Input in BTU's and Output in BTU's.



    Has a heat loss been done on these units which I assume serve 3 different floors?
  • RobGRobG Member Posts: 1,850
    Systems

    They must be different properties. The first system is hot water, the second is steaam, and the third is a heat pump.
  • SteamheadSteamhead Member Posts: 14,192
    I'd say

    the two American-Standard hot-water boilers and the Bryant steamer date from the 1960s, when fuel was cheap and the only incentive was to make boilers as cheaply as possible.
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