FCX Oil-Fired Condensing Boilers Entering North American Market

| 2/25/2013 4:33:38 PM

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FCX Oil-Fired Condensing Boilers, designed and manufactured by Geminox, provide a reliable and efficient alternative to non-condensing boilers. FCX Boilers feature a steel, non-condensing primary heat exchanger coupled with a stainless steel, condensing secondary heat exchanger. Because of its unique design, FCX is capable of condensing products of oil combustion to reflect a 92%-97% Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating. 

Designed specifically for the North American market, FCX products are distributed exclusively by Lucky Distributing, Inc and sold by selected Dealers throughout the U.S. and Canada. 

A three-way mixing valve combines all-season comfort with maximum efficiency. FCX has dual-temperature circuit capability, which easily combines low and high temperature applications to the same water heating system. FCX Boilers are approved as a sealed-combustion device, taking its combustion air from outside via a concentric vent giving the FCX a zero clearance rating. It can also use room air for combustion and can be installed almost anywhere. Boilers

Additional features of FCX boilers include built-in temperature controls, standard Riello burner, expansion tank, full system circulation, high and low temperature supply circuits, and a concentric vent outlet or split vent option. Products of combustion also meet environmental standards. 

Combined with a BS Indirect Water Heater, the FCX boiler is ideal for year-round heating and domestic hot water usage. 

For additional information on FCX Boilers, contact Tom Stayer at (855) 832-4510 ext 540 or visit fcxboilers.com

This press release is presented without editing for your information. MOTHER EARTH NEWS does not recommend, approve or endorse the products and/or services offered. You should use your own judgment and evaluate products and services carefully before deciding to purchase. 


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