The Flexible-Tube Condensing Boiler Long Life, High Efficiency The Flexible-Tube design has been in use for more than 100 years. It has proven to be rugged, reliable and efficient. The originator of the Flexible-Tube design, Bryan Boilers, in partnership with Thermal Solutions has created the next generation of condensing boilers, with the Free-Flex and Arctic series. Models are available to … Read More
More Than Just ‘Big’ Boilers We rightfully have a reputation for larger steam boilers, they’re what we do and we’re good at them. But did you know, we also provide the best solutions for hydronic heating boilers, including condensing models? RBI offers one of the most complete lines of boilers and water heaters available today. Known for its high quality, … Read More
There are two primary types of commercial water heaters: Storage and Tankless. In this venn diagram we will try to explain the differences between these two types and offer some guidance on choosing between them. There are also “hybrid” water heaters with features of both that we’ll cover in a future blog post.
We rightfully have a reputation for larger steam boilers, they’re what we do and we’re good at them. But did you know, we also provide the best solutions for industrial and commercial water heating? Hubbell Water Heaters has a well-deserved reputation for durability. Their unique Hydrastone lining, last longer, stands up to higher temperatures and required less maintenance than equivalent … Read More
You may have noticed, in various pieces of literature, guidelines suggesting when a surge tank is needed. Have you ever wondered why? Typically, surge tanks are recommended for condensate returns in excess of 50% of the system load. This may be further clarified as Tray‐type deaerators best suited for less than 50% returns and Spray‐type suggested for no more than … Read More
Creek Condensing Boiler Condensing hot water boilers are the latest trend in the hot water boiler market place. This is due to the high thermal efficiencies they are able to achieve, capable of 95% or better, depending on operating conditions, saving the end user potentially thousands of dollars in fuel costs each year. Though condensing boilers may have higher initial … Read More