New whitepaper from Weil-McLain shows how boiler upgrades can save energy costs

New whitepaper from Weil-McLain shows how boiler upgrades can save energy costs

Replacing a 65% efficient cast iron boiler with a new one that has 84% thermal efficiency or higher will result in significant fuel savings Modern boilers are typically quieter in operation, more technologically advanced and simply better at heating the building Modern models offer increased combustion efficiency and are ideal for commercial applications

A new whitepaper from Weil-McLain outlines the significant energy savings available to property owners and facility managers by upgrading a 20- to 30-year-old boiler with a new, more efficient unit.

For one, replacing a 65% efficient cast iron boiler with a new one that has 84% thermal efficiency or higher will result in significant fuel savings. Space heating combined with water heating accounts for 20.3% of the total energy bill making it the largest energy consuming system

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