If you’re looking to decrease your company’s environmental impact and operational expenditure, learn the difference between traditional water heating systems and AERCO condensing gas boilers to help make a more informed decision.
Condensing boilers are an energy-efficient, reliable, and versatile solution for a company’s heating needs. Condensing boilers are water heaters powered by gas or oil. They convert water vapor condensation into heat, which makes them energy efficient. Because of this process, they provide ample heat for commercial buildings while operating at lower temperatures.
Essentially, condensing boilers are engineered to recover more heat from wasted gas, resulting in warmer temperatures while using less energy. Once the boiler burns, the heat distributes to a primary exchanger. As the heat travels through the exchanger, it’s warmed there for as long as possible. After the temperature rises, the heat is transferred to the radiators.
Non-condensing boilers or traditional boilers burn natural gas or propane and operate at high temperatures. Since traditional boilers are vented outside through a chimney flue or a pipe, carbon dioxide and other emissions return to the atmosphere. Because they operate at a higher temperature and release excess heat and other emissions outside, traditional boilers are 15-30% less efficient than condensing gas boilers.
AERCO boilers are the industry leaders in water heating. For over 65 years, AERCO condensing gas boilers have provided reliable, cost-effective heating solutions for commercial companies worldwide. AERCO brought an innovative dynamic to water heating as it was the first brand to introduce commercial condensing, fully modulating boilers. Here are a few benefits of switching from traditional boilers to AERCO boilers:
Condensing gas boilers operate at a more efficient level than traditional gas boilers—the heat exchangers of condensing gas boilers are built to withstand condensation and function at lower operational temperatures, resulting in less energy consumption and fewer ongoing maintenance issues.
The heat passing through the boiler’s flue or vents contains harmful chemicals. However, since a condensing gas boiler captures more of released heat and recycles it, it does less harm to the environment.
Conventional gas boilers take up much more space than a condensing gas boiler, which is a small and compact appliance that can be hidden or tucked into existing space.
If you’re thinking of long-term benefits, you’ll save more money on condensing gas boilers. Since they operate at lower temperatures, reducing your energy consumption it results in lower energy bills each month.
Condensing boilers are industrial pieces of equipment that need to be up-to-date and operate properly to remain safe for your facility. Since 2005, it has become mandatory to install condensing boilers if your old or conventional boiler needs replacing. Our AERCO condensing gas boilers minimize carbon emissions as well, which shrinks your company’s carbon footprint.
At Air Comfort, we believe that our trusted solutions and superior customer service are a testament to our hard work and dedication in the HVAC industry. We’ve serviced the Chicagoland area since 1935, and we’re proud to continuously improve our customers’ operations and eliminate their climate issues. We know the importance of flexibility, and we work to create innovative and technologically advanced appliances, systems, and plans of action to satisfy everyone’s needs. We take our time to thoroughly analyze your needs and provide solutions to each of your challenges, no matter how intricate they may be.
If you are in the Chicago area and need a boiler repair technician, a boiler master, or any expert from our knowledgeable team, reach out to us. Whether you’d like to come into our facility or call and speak to one of our friendly professionals, we’re here for you.
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