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Re: Boiler comparison

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Posted by HeatPro on September 17, 2010 at 21:22:50:

In Reply to: Re: Boiler comparison posted by Rob on September 17, 2010 at 16:01:41:

The issues are what one views as why one design is perceived as better than the other. My initial reaction is I can't see much difference other than the tube design and I don't know why that really makes a difference. I know enough to read the material and understand the literature. I need a "features and benefits" analysis of the equipment and the literature doesn't go there far enough for me.
I think you've clarified some difficulty for ad writers explaining a tube-in-a-can design vs the stainless-exchanger-in-an-aluminum-casting used by many manufacturers since the Peerless Pinnacle. Doesn't seem to be a claim of comparative superiority through longevity.

Both have been out for quite a while to shake out problems with few complaints. As a major difference would be a propensity to leak, the rest is all controls and accessories.

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