HydroTherm commercial boilers feature high fuel efficiency rating

HydroTherm, a leading manufacturer of cast iron commercial and residential boilers and heating systems, has announced its newest product offering: the Model HW100 and Model HV100 series boilers.  These gas-fired residential boilers have thicker walls and up to 30 percent more cast iron than competitive boilers, allowing for better heat transfer, heat retention and a fuel efficiency rating of up to 84 percent.
 
The HW/HV100 boilers are designed with a highly compact footprint, enabling them to be installed in tight spaces. Furthermore, the boilers feature extra-deep 2 ¾-inch sections for increased water content and total water surface, as well as an internal draft diverter to ensure high-efficiency venting and the safe discharge of all combustion products.  The deluxe insulated metal casing has a removable front panel that allows for easy servicing. 
 
The HV100 boilers feature an efficient power-vented draft system that provides the user with an option of venting flue gases up the chimney or directly through an outside wall.  As such, the HV100 is ideally suited for homes, apartments or condominiums without a chimney; new construction where no chimney exists; or for electrically heated dwellings. 
 
HV series boilers are available in sizes ranging from 50,000 to 150,000 MBH, and are offered exclusively with HydroTherm's proven hot-surface ignition.  HW series boilers are available in sizes ranging from 50,000 to 200,000 MBH and are available with standing pilot and/or intermittent ignition with vent damper for natural gas or propane applications.  All HW and HV series boilers are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
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