What do you think about boiler manufacturers taking existing design oil steam and forced hot water boilers and factory installing gas power conversion burners in them testing them and and selling them?
Given the level of interest in power gas burners you'd think more boiler manufacturers would have done this by now.
Homeowner, Royersford PA | 1890 one-pipe steam system | 3009 sf | 3 floors | 14 radiators | Utica SFE5200S boiler NEW Midco LNB-250 Modulating Gas Burner | EcoSteam modulating controls | 70 to 300 MBH |
607 sf EDR connected load | Operating pressure: 0.5 oz/in2
Four main runs (insulated) totaling 135 ft in length | All Gorton vents on mains & rads | A Steam Odyssey | Odyssey 2 | A Steam Enthusiast's Outdoor Reset Control
is based around a low-NOx modulating power gas burner. Midco obviously noticed this, and there are a number of large burner manufacturers using similar designs (they may well have been first for all I know.)