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Choosing the Best Under Boiler Accessories for Your Next Installation

In a hydronic system, every installation is an opportunity to improve efficiency. The products you select for the job not only impact the installation of today but the performance of tomorrow. This is especially true when installing a boiler; the components you pair with the unit can mean the difference between a simple installation and a smarter installation. Auxiliary boiler accessories range in both form and function. The best products for the job should be… Read More

Saint Malachy Catholic Church to Save Hundreds of Thousands in Energy and Operating Costs

Ensuring Saint Malachy Catholic Church and Pre-School’s facilities can provide a safe and comfortable environment for its parishioners, faculty and students is essential. ABM helped Saint Malachy Catholic Church modernize its HVAC systems, while reducing energy and operational expenses. Saint Malachy Roman Catholic Church inKennedy Township, Pennsylvania. Saint Malachy is a Roman Catholic Church and Pre-school located in Kennedy Township, west of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Challenge Saint Malachy Roman Catholic Church’s school, built in… Read More

Carbon Monoxide: Return Grille Location and Combustion Safety

By David Richardson When you diagnose combustion safety issues, there are various interactions that can cause unsafe conditions you must be aware of. One interaction occurs when return grille location interferes with proper flue gas venting of a drafthood appliance. This happens when a return is located too close to the equipment, such as in the same room or even in another portion of the building. Let’s look at two return grille location scenarios… Read More

Going Hybrid for Maximum Heating Efficiencies

By John Miller, Senior Product Manager, Weil-McLain Two types of boilers can be better than one – especially when trying to minimize operating costs over the course of a heating season. By combining a large mass, non-condensing boiler with a high efficiency-condensing boiler – or “hybrid system,” you will ensure that your heating system is running at optimum efficiency. Non-condensing boilers are designed to run at higher return water temperatures above 130 degrees to maximize… Read More
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