A residential hot water boiler is used to heat water for a hydronic heating system.
A hydronic heating system maintains comfort in your home with hot water circulating to every room. The system consists of a boiler, pump and baseboards connected by water piping. The boiler heats water to temperatures between 120º and 210º, and the water is then pumped through the piping in the baseboards located around the outer perimeter of the home for a curtain of warmth, or in the floor in radiant systems.
Weil-McLain® residential boilers can be used in space conditioning, radiant, or snow melting applications, or with an indirect fired water heater for an almost endless supply of domestic hot water.