96,000 BTU Output Challenger Solo Condensing Boiler Zoom

96,000 BTU Output Challenger Solo Condensing Boiler


Brand: Triangle Tube

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IBR Rating:
DOE Rating:
BTU Input: 33000 to 124000
Height (Inches): 28
Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Width (Inches): 17-3/4"
Depth (Inches): 9-3/4"
Features: Condensing
System Type: Hydronic (Water)
Vent Type: Direct Vent

Description for Triangle Tube CC-125S

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

The Challenger Solo Condensing Boiler's reliable copper tube/aluminum block heat exchanger is paired with an advanced control that automatically regulates the capacity of the boiler to maximize efficiency without compromising comfort.


  • Cast aluminum heat exchanger with vertical flueways
  • Stainless steel burner with woven steel fibre mesh
  • Direct spark ignition
  • Variable speed blower assembly
  • Negative pressure regulated gas valve
  • 3" parallel venting (standard)
  • PVC,CPVC, SS material options
  • Digital control displays in US customary or metric units
  • Boiler low water protection
  • Freeze protection
  • High limit protection
  • 120V/60Hz Power supply
  • Thermostat
  • EZ Install piping mounting bracket
  • 1" NPT boiler inlet and outlet
  • 3/4" condensate drain
  • Propane conversion orifice
  • Simple primary/secondary connections with optional Timesaver manifold *5 and 10 year parts and labor plans available

    PLEASE NOTE: The product weighs 80 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.
  • 96,000 BTU Output Challenger Solo Condensing Boiler


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    Overall works well

    By Dave the Rave

    from Danbury, CT



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          Comments about 96,000 BTU Output Challenger Solo Condensing Boiler:

          I have had this boiler for over a year. Overall it has performed very well. I have just two comments. The first is that it comes with a sensor that senses the outside temperature and adjusts the water temperature in the boiler accordingly. I had this disabled as I'm not interested in the outside temperature but rather the inside temperature. The second is that when you call for hot water the heat turns off. Not a real problem unless you are taking a shower and it is -2 degress outside. Other than that I would recommend this unit to anyone using natural gas.

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          • 129,000 BTU Output Challenger Solo Condensing Boiler


            can you use a vaughn indirect water heater with a triangle tube challenger solo condensing boiler/
            Asked on 10/23/2013 by Theo from Cohoes,NY

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              Yes, you could.

              Answered on 10/23/2013 by PexSupply Staff from NY
          • 82,000 BTU Output Challenger Solo Condensing Boiler


            82,000 BTU Output Challenger Solo Condensing Boiler: I am thinking of using this boiler in a 1600 sq ft cabin in Southern VT. It is two story and I plan to use radiant heat for the first floor and baseboard heat for the second floor. Can that be handled by this boiler?
            Asked on 9/24/2012 by Gregg from Windham VT

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              This boiler should be able to handle the BTU load of a cabin that size, but we would recommend that you run fluid below 150°F to the baseboards in order to take advantage of this boiler's efficiency capabilities.

              Answered on 9/28/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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