Friday, November 15, 2019

PB-150 Traeger/Pinnacle Pellet/Corn Boiler - Discontinued*

PB-150 Traeger/Pinnacle Pellet/Corn Boiler - Discontinued*

*PRODUCT DISCONTINUED - This page is for informational purposes only. 

Whether you're replacing an old system, starting from scratch, or adding to an existing system, this boiler is the one for you.

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This outstanding water heater operates under the same principles as any other boiler, however it operates on bioenergy. The boiler is wood pellet or corn fired. If you want versatility, we've got it. Use this boiler to heat concrete floors, radiators, duct coils, hot tubs, as well as domestic hot water.


PB-150 Features:

Domestic hot water coil

Triple aquastat

Safety relief valve 535,000 BTU/HR 30 PSI

Hydronic water pump

Safety disc lockout

Temperature/altitude gauge

National Board Stamping

ASME Certified

Low water cut-off switch


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Specifications PB-150
BTU Input 85,000 to 130,000 BTU/hr
Overall Efficiency 80%
Approx Heating Capacity 2,000 - 4,000 sq ft
Height 62"
Width 47"
Depth 29"
Hopper Capacity 160 lbs standard
Weight 585 lbs
Flue Size 4" Pellet Vent
Power Requirements 110 Volts / 15 Amps Max / Surge Protection Required
Supply Tapping 1.25" N.P.T.
Return Tapping 1.25" N.P.T.
Relief Value Tapping 3/4"
Breach Left Side
Domestic Hot Water Coil (Gallons per Minute) 5 GPM
Water Content (Gallons) 16 Gal
Measured From Standard Non-Combustible Clearances
Front 24" / 610mm
Sides 6" / 152mm
Rear 6" / 152mm
Chimney Connector 18" / 460mm


PB-150 Traeger/Pinnacle Pellet/Corn Boiler - Discontinued*

Our discount price on this unit is $6,995, including shipping within the continental USA (some exceptions may apply).  Please call or email us today for more details!

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