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  • Peerless Boilers - Peerless Purefire Boilers - Purefire

    The Peerless® PUREFIRE® gas-fired condensing boiler is a high-efficiency boiler for residential and commercial applications and is available for either natural or LP gas. The direct vent, sealed combustion boiler has an ultra-high 97.3% efficiency and is ENERGY STAR® approved. The PUREFIRE® is available in six sizes, has ASME and ETL certifications for both the U.S. and Canada and is the

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  • High Efficiency Residential Oil Boilers | Energy Kinetics

    Conventional Oil Boilers vs. Energy Kinetics Oil Boilers. As seen in this thermal image, heavy cast iron boilers finish hot at 160°F to 200°F—even in the summer—causing up to 40% annual energy losses. Energy Kinetics boilers have over 90 lbs. of insulation and jacketing, virtually eliminating all losses. Common boiler controls and outdoor

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  • Thermal heat transfer fluid problems following a system

    The basic diagram for a heat transfer fluid boiler using liquid and gaseous fuels is shown in Figure 2. The most common design is that of two concentric coils (8) and (9), within which the temperature of the heat transfer fluid increases by absorbing the energy supplied by the burner (1), attached to the lid of the boiler (17). With just a

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  • Thermal Fluid vs. Steam - Paratherm Heat Transfer Fluids

    Thermal fluid systems require no blowdown, and unlike steam systems, are not subject to continual leakage. Should Paratherm fluids escape from the system, cleanup is handled using the same simple procedures followed for spills of light lubricating oil. And unlike heavily treated boiler feed water, Paratherm heat transfer fluids offer safe, easy

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  • Hot oil heaters and thermal fluids: the complete guide

    The basic diagram for a heat transfer fluid boiler using liquid and gaseous fuels is shown in Figure 2. The most common design is that of two concentric coils (8) and (9), within which the temperature of the heat transfer fluid increases by absorbing the energy supplied by the burner (1), attached to the lid of the boiler (17). With just a

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