What is a Non Condensing Boiler?
A Non Condensing boiler is one that is less than 90% efficient that don't create water at combustion. These are the most common boilers in most any application. A non condensing boiler typically has galvanized metal or stainless steel flue piping instead of the plastic that a condensing boiler has. Non Condensing boilers are used to make both steam and hot water. They come in many shapes and sizes. From anything like a Weil-McClain Cast iron sectional that comes in pieces and gets assembled on site, to an already assembled Fulton Pulse boiler or a One piece boiler that comes with a power flame burner on it. If you have a boiler in your home or building that needs anything such as balancing, adjusting the way it is running, or replacing it with a new one you have got the right people. Drake Mechanical has installed boilers in anything from a residential house to a dormitory or heat plant all the way to methane gas boilers in a sewer plant. Give us a call and we can get you the answers you need to get you back up and running the way you want to in no time at all. Please keep in mind that all boilers just like anything mechanical need to be serviced and maintained each year to assure long life and proper operation. Call us today at 208-362-6200 or CLICK HERE to contact us via e mail.
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