Boilers

History

Founded in 1881 in Chicago by Isadora and Benjamin Weil, Weil-McLain was originally named Weil Brothers.

In 1918, after acquiring the main supplier, J.H. McLain Company, the company was renamed Weil-McLain and boiler plant operations moved to Michigan City, Indiana.

Throughout the 20th century, Weil-McLain grew to be the largest U.S. manufacturer of cast iron boilers and a leader in the hydronic industry.
GV90 Hot Water Boiler

GV90 Hot Water Boiler Features

  • 91% efficient
  • 2 pipe PVC flue venting
  • Cast iron sections with built-in air separator
  • Stainless steel secondary heat exchanger with built-in air separator
  • Control module with indicator lights
  • Blower assemble observation port
  • Stainless steel burners
  • Hot surface ignition system
  • Boiler system circulator
  • Built-in bypass with sensor for temperature control
  • High-temperature limit switches
  • Pressure switches
  • Condensate trap
  • Pressure and temperature gauges
  • 2-year parts WARRANTY
  • 2-year labor WARRANTY
  • 20-year primary heat exchanger WARRANTY
  • 5-year secondary heat exchanger WARRANTY
CGA Hot Water Boiler

CGA Hot Water Boiler Features

  • 83% – 84% efficient
  • Flue venting into an existing chimney
  • Cast iron sections with built-in air separator
  • Draft hood
  • Automatic vent damper
  • Stainless steel burners
  • Rollout thermal fuse
  • High limit temperature control
  • Spill switch
  • Circulator pump
  • Boiler control module with electronic ignition and system diagnostic lights
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