B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner Zoom

B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner

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Brand: Biasi

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Specs

Fuel Type: Oil
Efficiency:
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86.8%
System Type: Hydronic (Water)
Depth (Inches): 19-1/2"
IBR Rating:
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84000
DOE Rating:
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97000
Vent Type: Atmospheric
Width (Inches): 18-3/4"
Height (Inches): 29.75
Vent Size: 6"
Water Connection: 3/4"

Description for Biasi B-4

Note: Product Title reflects this boiler's IBR Net Output Rating

The B-10 boiler systems have been heating residential and commercial buildings throughout the world for years. It has proven its fuel efficiency and durability in countries where fuel can cost up to four times as much as in the U.S. The same fuel saving technology is now available here in North America. With the three pass boiler design and low water content, heat is quickly supplied for your heating zones and hot water needs. Combined with an outdoor reset control, you can achieve a fuel savings of up to 40% over conventional single pass boilers. You will also have peace of mind since the B-10 boiler package complies with ASME and UL standards and is IBR rated. The B-10 boiler system is the cost-competitive heat and hot water system of choice.
Specifications

  • Comes with F-3 Riello Burner
  • Heating Capacity : 110,000 BTU
  • Gross Input Burner Capacity : .90 GPH, 115 MBH
  • Net Output : 96 MBH
  • AFUE Efficiency : 85.8%
  • Water Content : 4.7 Gals.
  • Length (L) : 19.5 inches

PLEASE NOTE: The product weighs 307 lbs. and may require the use of a
lift gate.
If you do require a lift gate at your delivery, you'll have the option to add this FREE of charge when you checkout.

B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner

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5.0

I Would buy and install this product again and again....

By Tom

from Dover Plains, N.Y.

Verified Buyer

Comments about B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner:

This is the 5th Biasi boiler I have installed and it is just easy to install.
it is economical and costs little to operate. The theory is that with such a small water capacity in the boiler itself and all of the needed water out in the system,the boiler runs less and has to heat only the water in the boiler to maintain proper operating conditions. It is small,takes up less space than many of its' competitors units and is very easy to service.

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5.0

Even plumber was impressed with unit

By Sal

from Central Conn.

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Comments about B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner:

The unit came quickly, was well protected and assembled with no problem. Red is a good color for it, the plumber learned quickly how fast the pipes heated up and burned his hands. Puts out a lot of heat for a small unit. easy to plumbe and service.

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5.0

I am a plumber on long Island

By 24/7 plumbing and heating

from long island new york

Comments about B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner:

My name is ray from 24/7 plumbing and heating the biasi triple pass technology is so rite on target delivering a fast rise in temperature to 180 in twenty seconds or so! amazingly my customers are enjoying a steep savings in oil consumption. I would only install for my customers the absolute best!If you are thinking of upgrading an old boiler get an effeciant BIASI BOILER have a great day.

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5.0

Nice

By JC

from long Island

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Comments about B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner:

I am a plumber by trade and I have installed many boilers but this one was easy to deal with and install. This boiler got up to temp. Fast I will always recommend this boiler to anyone

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5.0

excellent little boiler

By Dave

from Sanbornton, NH

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Comments about B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner:

Easy to put together, runs quiet and fits in a small space. Excellent product.

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  • B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner

    Q:

    Could this boiler be used with a brick chimney with a 8" by 8" clay liner without any condensation issues? I am in Massachusetts.

    If it does do I need a single pass boiler to avoid lining the chimney?

    Thanks, Bryan
    Asked on 8/26/2013 by Bryan from Milford, Massachusetts

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Hi Bryan:
      I put one in about 4 years ago.
      I was with the burner technician this weekend and he had nothing but good things to say about this boiler/burner combination.  I am in coastal CT, so it is probably a lot warmer on average here. Mine is in the basement with a two story tile lined brick chimney that is 9x12 I think.  No problem so far.  I think most experts will tell you that it may only be a matter of time, since I actually have it fired at 0.5 GPH which is very low.  The house doesn't require much heat and no boilermate, so 1/2 gall on per hour is plenty, even during the coldest snaps.  It helps quiet the burner down and seems to save fuel.  The tech says it is a little more exacting to get it burning correctly, so I say get a really good tech who knows Riello to do your service.
      Peter

      Answered on 8/26/2013 by Anonymous
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      A:

      My feeling is that you would be fine, unless say you had a very long
      chimney (say a 3 story house + basement) and ran the boiler in short
      bursts.This boiler as good efficiency relative to it's 'class' but it still
      puts out a high enough exhaust temperature to keep the chimney dry.
      I use this boiler with a stainless lining within an 8x8 chimney, it pulls
      draft immediately so is probably not creating any significant condensation
      on start up, and certainly not after running for a couple of minutes. I
      also live in New England and have a two story house worth of chimney
      length. I doubt the clay liner would take all that much longer that the
      stainless steel to heat up above the condensation temperature.
      Just anecdotal evidence here though, hopefully someone with your particular
      situation will be able to respond.

      Answered on 8/27/2013 by Anonymous
    • A:

      I am a Chimney tech from Maine and I see new boilers vented on clay liners all the time. this is not the right way to vent a high efficacy boiler. they need to have a stainless steel liner at least a 316 alloy. over time the liner will begin to break down and flake away. this will lead to your clay liners collapsing and causing a blockage and sending the exhaust gasses into you home to KILL you! if your updating your heating system update your chimney as well. it will save you thousands in the long run.

      Answered on 12/5/2013 by Pennell's Masonry from Wells, Maine
  • B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner

    Q:

    Can this boiler be converted to gas?
    Asked on 7/26/2012 by Happy owner considering changing to gas from Maine

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes this boiler can be converted to gas. In fact Riello make a gas burner
      that would fit perfectly, 40 GS3 I believe. However, I'm sure you can find
      the boiler by itself without the oil burner to save some money.

      Answered on 7/26/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Per the manufacturer you have to change the burner from oil to gas.

      Answered on 7/27/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Hi:
      Page 20 of the manual here:
      http://s3.pexsupply.com/manuals/***.****74/17081_PROD_FILE.pdf
      shows settings for both LPG and natural gas.
      I would talk to both Pex and Biasi to verify that your setup will work.
      I installed this boiler fired with oil two years ago and it has been great.
      It is high quality and efficient, without the price of the Viessmann or Buderus .
      The Riello burner is great, but make sure you get someone who knows how to set them up.
      My first contractor had some difficulty with it but the next one got it fine tuned.
      Before that, it was loud and not burning all that cleanly.
      Peter

      Answered on 7/27/2012 by Anonymous
  • B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner

    Q:

    Are the aquastat and ciculator pump included? Thanks
    Asked on 12/30/2011 by Simon from Pittsburgh

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      A:

      The aquastat is included, but this unit does not come with a circulator.

      Answered on 12/30/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner

    Q:

    Does this boiler come with the "controller kit" required for installation. My plumber is asking. If not, do you sell it and how much does it cost? Thanks.
    Asked on 4/21/2011 by Bill from MA

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  • B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner

    Q:

    will this boiler support a tankless hot water add on?
    Asked on 2/15/2011 by Anonymous

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      A:

      Biasi's B-10 series boiler system does not support tankless hot water. You would have to use an indirect hot water storage tank. This allows the boiler to run more efficiently.

      Answered on 2/16/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • B-4 - 84,000 BTU Output Oil Boiler w/ Riello Burner

    Q:

    Can you connect a oil boiler and a hot water heater to the same hydronic system? How do you connect?
    Asked on 9/5/2010 by Anonymous

    2 answers

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      A:

      Oil boilers and indirect water heaters can be connected to the same hydronic system. In terms of installation, refer to the boiler manual or seek a licensed technician.

      Answered on 9/10/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • A:

      by adding a zone to your boiler you can add an indirect water heater which is a water heater that has feed and return pipes for the boiler side and hot and cold pipes for the domestic side.

      Answered on 12/18/2010 by J from NY
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