ProFab Pelco PC 2520 Pellet Boiler - Discontinued
This unit has been discontinued and is no longer available for sale.
Built to produce low emissions, the Pelco, by ProFab, is a hot water boiler designed and manufactured to the highest professional standards. The Pelco projects top quality workmanship and can be used in a wide variety of locations from your greenhouse to your barn, office, school, and more. Featuring an automatic fuel feed, ash removal, and flue cleaning, its hard to beat such an efficient, low maintenence machine.
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Pelco Biomass Boilers connect directly into the existing heating system in your barn, greenhouse, office, factory, home, shop, or other building via a heat exchanger, ideally through a flat plate heat exchanger installed near the Pelco unit. The Pelco is designed with a central firebox surrounded by a large capacity water reserve. The firebox and flue design provide maximum surface area for the most efficient heat transfer. After the water is heated, it is channeled to your building’s heating system through underground insulated pipes.
- High efficiency
- Low emissions
- Automatic fuel feed, ash removal, flue cleaning
- Various alternative fuel options
- Easy-touch online electronic control interface
- Multiple applications
- Fast payback
|Specifications||Pelco PC 2520|
|Water Capacity||350 US Gal.|
|Shipping Weight||6,250 lb|
|Burner Size||36 1/2"|
|Maximum Input BTU*||2,500,000 BTU|
|Electrical Requirements||220 V / 20 Amp|
|Outlet Fitting Sizes||2 1/2"|
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