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Posted by Ed on May 07, 2008 at 21:50:44:
In Reply to: Re: Miura Boiler vs Fulton Boiler posted by Hal Armstrong on May 07, 2008 at 10:34:16:
Well I still recommend the Thermogenics thermocoil circulating type boiler they are rated up to 500 psi and have linkageless controls. Not their ST model for your application that you already have. My second choice would be the Fulton because they have a modulating burner. The Miura is a hi low burner which will give you pressure swings and have the worst reputation for tube failure if the water treatment is off. Make sure you get a good softener system no mater what boiler you buy.
: : It is a Thermogenics Knockoff of a vapour coil tube boiler.
: Anyways I am most likely going with the Miura boiler. What are your thoughts on the Miura. from what I have seen and heard I should be happy with it.
: You said in a earlier post that you have vapor with a piston pump that would be a modulatic The Thermogenics boiler is not the same.
: : : : I have a Thermogenics coil tube boiler now. I want to know from people that have a Miura or Fulton boiler what they think of them.
: : : Have a look at this company they have a 75 hp boiler that would be good for you and they will help you with your water problems. They are located in Ontario.
: : : : www.thermogenicsboilers.com
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