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There's a full service oil company here in CT. (Sippin Energy)
I'm friends with their service manager.
E-Instruments is the...
I personally don't have any experience with Testo, but I know they had some really good looking specials around here over the winter.
Field replaceable sensors will keep the analyzers down time...
Up here in Connecticut my friends had some poor turn around times with Testo.
I know that has also been a complaint with Bacharach also.
Field replaceable sensors probably will help that now. ...
I've got a new this year model Bacharach H10pm model that found a leak for a friend of mine in a 4 year old 410A Carrier resi evap coil. He had isolated the components and knew it was in the coil but...
I recently purchased the Bacharach Fyrite Insight and really like it. They have field replaceable PRE-CALIBRATED sensors available on a yearly sensor return program, so the only time you'd have to...
Beenthere mentioned the W/M Ultra Oil, I have one in our cellar and am very happy with it. That boiler is more of a medium-mass boiler and I chose it due to the large water volume of our system (C/I...
Biasi, Riello and any indirect of your choice will do a very good job for you. Add to that some form of reset (Tekmar, Beckett Aquasmart, Honeywell AQ) and you'll do very well.
12-13-2010, 08:35 PM
It's been done thousands of times over the years. The problem is the boiler manufacturer does NOT rate that boiler with a gas burner in it. Liability thing.
Carlin will have specs for doing it i...
Buderus G115's with Riello burners have been a bit touchy the last few years. They have had spec changes constantly (ie. tube insertion depth, nozzle size and pump pressure changes). Riello in the...
Both are excellent choices. Personal preference is the Biasi with a Beckett NX burner and a Tekmar 260 boiler control. Both units have a very strong northeast presence.....so warranty issues...
I can personally vouch for the savings potential of an ODR. Can't speak for timers, but in europe I understand they use them alot. The only thing I might caution against is modifying the wiring on...
Very good advise so far. If I could step in and add that an outdoor reset used on the boiler if you're going indirect or electric for your hot water would dramatically decrease fuel usage. A...
10-29-2007, 07:44 PM
I use and would recommend the Wohler A500.
Pricey, but I like it better than the Bach Pro 125 I have. My friend likes it better than his Testo. Also, nice feature to be able to put so much Company info on print-out. Being able to see all info...
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