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Fuel Oil News July 2016

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40 JULY 2016 | FUEL OIL NEWS | www.fueloilnews.com GEOSPRING HYBRID ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS The new 2015 GeoSpring hybrid electric water heat- ers are up to 69 percent more efficient* than standard electric water heaters. With the GeoSpring's advanced heat pump technology the average consumers can cut their water heating expenses by more than a half. *Based on DOE test procedure and comparison of a 50-gallon standard electric tank water heater using 4646 kWh per year vs. the GE GeoSpring Hybrid Electric Water Heater using 1416 kWh per year GE Appliances – www.geospring.com TECHTANIUM™ MP-SERIES INDIRECT WATER HEATER The Techtanium MP-series indirect water heater can be posi- tioned easily on the floor or even wall hung with any boiler. This new indirect unit supplies abun- dant hot water, saves energy, is environment and installer friendly. Most wanted features include: thermostat and thermometer built- in to prioritize and allocate hot water automatically (with boiler control), drain valve and relief valve, Titanium lining for longer life of the inner tank, polyurethane insulation that is CFC and H-CFC free, piping connections located on top of heater for ease of instal- lation and service. Available in a range of sizes with a warranty for long life. MP-Series adds to the growing line of Techtanium Indirect Water Heaters, including single coil, dual coil, electric back up and solar heaters. From Diversified Heat Transfer, Inc., manufacturers and designers since 1938. Contact DHT at 1-800-221-1522. Diversified Heat Transfer, Inc. – www.dhtnet.com SUPER STOR ULTRA STAINLESS STEEL INDIRECT FIRED WATER HEATER Heat Transfer Products, manufacturer of the Super Stor Indirect Fired Water Heater for over 25 years, is proud to offer the Super Stor Ultra. Our years of experience in manufacturing and designing Indirect systems have culminated in the development of the Super Stor Ultra. The Ultra's enhanced features and attractive design will provide you with the most advanced appliance avail- able. The ultra-high output exchanger is engineered to accept a higher volume of heated boiler water with minimal pres- sure drop, which increases the Ultra's capability to produce large amounts of hot water. The Ultra's superior 316L stainless steel quality construction and competitive price are truly a great value. With 7 models available, the Ultra can be applied to almost any job. Heat Transfer Products – www.htproducts.com OIL MISER ON-DEMAND HOT WATER HEATER The Toyotomi Oil Miser model OM-148 is on- demand, which means there is no costly storage of hot water when it is not needed. And like all Oil Miser products, it's safe, reliable and easy to install. The OM-148 heats the water you need, when you need it, up to 240 gallons per hour. It has a stainless steel heat exchanger and is 88 percent efficient. It's UL, CUL, home and mobile home approved. It can be direct-vented through a wall or vented into a chimney. It has 148,000 btu/hr. heat input capable of a maximum hot-water temperature of 155F and a flow rate of over 4 gallons per minute with a 60F rise in temperature. Toyotomi USA, Inc. – www.toyotomiusa.com AMTROL'S BOILERMATE DUAL COIL SERIES The ultimate in flexibility and design sav- ings—Dual Coil Series indirects include a secondary top-mounted heat exchanger for use as a hydronic heat source or additional input. The temperature of the domestic water controls the top coil's heat output, eliminating the need for flat plate heat exchangers and mixing sys- tems when properly applied. Available in single wall or IAPMO-approved double- wall construction, the top coil can also provide supplemental input for massive heat transfer capability. Amtrol, Inc. – www.amtrol.com l F O N ROUNDUP: WATER HEATERS

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