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Biasi boiler and Buderus hot water heater.

kochmon
kochmon Member Posts: 9
I am little surprised to see that no one has any comment or suggestions regarding Biasi boiler and Buderus indirect hot water heater. All I need to know if it's worth installing. Thank you.

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  • kcopp
    kcopp Member Posts: 3,739
    gee...

    I guess i don't count. What is the specific model of indirect? The s120 is just ok. They need to add more insulation to it....the standby losses on that model are a bit high.
  • R Mannino
    R Mannino Member Posts: 434
    I like em

    but a 5 section....................what's the heat loss?
  • kochmon
    kochmon Member Posts: 9
    edited January 2013
    Biasi and Buderus

    Sorry Kcopp. I did not mean to ignore you. What i was surprised was the plumber told me that Biasi and Buderus are one of the best brand and yet no one other you  and one other person responded. Thanks to both of you but we did not do any heat loss calculation. How to do that??
  • R Mannino
    R Mannino Member Posts: 434
    Google

    heat loss calculation, then have a tape measure handy and some time. It'll tell you what size boiler you really need.
  • hmulter
    hmulter Member Posts: 7
    Boiler sizing

    How many zones do you have and how many feet of baseboard do you have on each zone?

    How many gallons of oil do you burn on average each year.  what is the efficiency of your current boiler? What is your zip code? With this information I can come up with a heat load for your current system so you can help you properly size the new boiler.
  • R Mannino
    R Mannino Member Posts: 434
    House Currently

    has two hydronic zones piped in 1/2" pipe and a furnace that will be replaced with hydroair. The present HWH is down and leaking and will need an indirect. The zip is 11590, any three section boiler should do it.
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