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Posted by Boiler Guy on November 29, 2007 at 18:38:14:
In Reply to: Riello F3 40 series burner posted by Peter Hamilton on November 29, 2007 at 12:06:35:
You will definately want to make sure the burner will work with your boiler. There are many variables that go into burner sizing, btu input is only one. The furnace dimensions, furnace backpressure, and existing controls integration for starters are very important. A burner that is not designed for your specific combustion chamber could lead to problems unless accounted for up front.
: I would like to replace the old oil burner on my residential boiler(a 1952 Cockram tube-style one)
: I found a Riello 40 series F-3 burner for sale on the net, I believe it has a 95,000-135,000 BTU rating, the smallest in the series. My question is is this an appropriate sized burner for my boiler and or how am I to determine this? Thanks, Peter Hamilton
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