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  1. #27
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    Higher pressure = better atomization of the fuel and therefore better efficiency and lower emissions (typically).

  2. #28
    a B10-5 section with net IBR of 108k btu's would be too large a boiler for this application, correct?

    the 2 supply houses tell me the B10-4 wouldnt keep up, are they that desperate for $100 more?

  3. #29
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    No they're not looking for the $100, they don't want the "I'm cold" phone call. A larger boiler never guarantees that anyway.
    I'd suggest rolling with the B-10/4, it's not about the $100

  4. #30
    Got it, thanks man~
    will post pics of this project when i get it done
    thnx to all for all the sound advice!

  5. #31
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    Looking forward to it, let us know how it turns out. Most important is a year from now with the fuel savings data.

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