PV8H3, 109,000 BTU Output V8H Water Boiler w/o Tankless Coil, and no Burner (Oil) Zoom

PV8H3, 109,000 BTU Output V8H Water Boiler w/o Tankless Coil, and no Burner (Oil)

SKU:PV8H3WC-TLWN

Brand: Burnham

Burnham
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$2,249.95
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Specs

Fuel Type: Oil
Vent Type: Atmospheric
DOE Rating:
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125000
IBR Rating:
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109000
Efficiency:
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85%
Burner Capacity: 1.05
Flue Connection: 6"
Height (Inches): 32.25
Width (Inches): 24"
Depth (Inches): 17-1/8"
Material: Cast Iron
Warranty: 1 Year on Boiler Parts/25 Year Limited Heat Exchanger
System Type: Hydronic (Water)

Description for Burnham PV8H3WC-TLWN

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

Without Tankless Coil

This item does not come with a burner. This must be purchased separately.


The V8H oil-fired boiler is designed for quiet operation while providing years of reliable and efficient service. As always, the jacket design and burner enclosure give the V8 a modern, finished appearance, and it is available in multiple heating capacities that can be configured for water or steam - with or without a tankless hot water heating coil. As one of the most versatile boilers available, the V8 is intended for installation in a wide variety of home styles and sizes.

Features:

  • Modern, Energy Saving, Cast Iron Design
  • 8 Sizes: 70-299 MBH (0.6 to 2.6 GPH)
  • Multiple Oil Burner Options
  • Quiet Operation with Burner Cover (Included with Beckett and Riello Burners)
  • Durable Push-Nipple Construction
  • Easy to Clean with Side and Top Cleanouts - Provides Complete Access
  • Optional Tankless Heater

    PLEASE NOTE: The product weighs 542 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.

PV8H3, 109,000 BTU Output V8H Water Boiler w/o Tankless Coil, and no Burner (Oil)

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  • PV8H3, 109,000 BTU Output V8H Water Boiler w/o Tankless Coil, and no Burner (Oil)

    Q:

    I am not home for weeks, come back for a couple of days and go away again. Is it ok to turn off the boiler while I am not home for long periods to save oil.
    Asked on 9/13/2012 by sushil from baltimore, MD

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      A:

      I am not sure how big the start up process would be to turn your boiler back on, but yes, you can turn your boiler off while you are away. The biggest risk you take is the possibility of your pipes freezing because the boiler is off and the weather is at freezing temperatures. I believe most people tend to turn their boilers down to 50°F if they are going away, unless it is summer and then they will just have them turned off by a local installer or on their own. It is for you to determine.

      Answered on 9/13/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • PV8H3, 109,000 BTU Output V8H Water Boiler w/o Tankless Coil, and no Burner (Oil)

    Q:

    How much does this weigh?
    Asked on 6/12/2012 by K from VA

    1 answer

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      A:

      This boiler has an approximate shipping weight of 542 lbs.

      Answered on 6/12/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • PV8H3, 109,000 BTU Output V8H Water Boiler w/o Tankless Coil, and no Burner (Oil)

    Q:

    Hello I am rehabbing house with natural gas with approximate 1950 square feet what size boiler do I need with tank less hot water.And what extra parts I will need for installation?
    Since it is a fix and flip I am not looking for the best made gas boiler.
    Asked on 5/6/2012 by J.V. from West Haven CT

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      A:

      This boiler will be sufficient unless the house requires more than 56 BTUs per square foot. You could likely get by with something smaller, but you'd need to perform a heat loss calculation in order to get a precise BTU requirement.

      Answered on 5/7/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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