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Posted by steve on October 12, 2011 at 20:19:44:
I have a SlantFin M100 boiler that burnt out, too badly to use a wet pack. Luckily though I have a back-up M100 with a new ceramic fire chamber. I've cut the old one out, installed a new 2" union, and I'm ready to go.
The burner is, I believe a Lane, circa about 1971. It works fine but I suspect that I'd be better of replacing it with a newer burner.
So should I use a Beckett or a Carlin. The flange to end of retainer (if I'm using the right words) is 2". If I can find one with a removable flange I can use a universal flange.
The reason that I ask is that the boiler is not deep, it's only 11" from the flame retention thing, to the back wall. I seem to remember that one of the burners was better for a narrow chamber. Anyone know which one?
I'm suspecting that a 0.75 80 degree A would be the nozzle to use?
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