Hydronic comfort heating manufacturer Weil-McLain now offers its most advanced commercial stainless-steel boiler. The new Stainless Steel Vertical Firetube (SVF) features thermal efficiency up to 97.1 percent, ease of installation and maintenance, the intuitive and user-friendly Unity control system, and Weil-McLain boiler design reliability and longevity.
Available in 750 and 1100 models, the SVF line features a clover-shaped stainless-steel fire tube heat exchanger for corrosion resistance; a new and bold exterior look; and simple, user-friendly controls to make installation and operation easy. With thermal efficiencies, the SVF line offers cost savings and energy efficiencies that could allow owners to qualify for local utility rebates, if available.
The unit meets all market-driven bid specifications and is designed for most heating needs, including applications in schools and other educational facilities, public institutions, health-care buildings, offices, hotels, multifamily, churches and more.
Time-saving installation features including heavy-duty roller casters for improved maneuverability in confined spaces, industrial-grade leveling legs, an end-shot burner design requiring only 18 inches overhead space and the advanced Unitycontrol set-up wizard.
For ease of service, the SVF features a hinged cover plate with quick access to the burner and fire tubes for simple heat exchanger wash-down with no need for additional disassembly and an open-back panel design with no side access required for service. The unit also features a removable and replaceable condensate base.
Other key features include:
- 70 to 2,000 MBH compatibility
- 160 psi working pressure
- Natural gas or propane fuel options
- Modbus communication with BACet/Lonworks compatibility
- Low NOX
- Full line of venting options
The SVF also is suited for applications calling for a cast-iron boiler complement. It joins the Weil-McLain family of boilers that includes a wide selection of high-efficiency gas and oil-fired boilers for residential, commercial and institutional needs.