The information on this page is to be used as a general guideline. Consult your heating professional to help you choose the right product for your needs.
Cast Iron Boiler
Cast iron has long been synonymous with reliability and longevity throughout the world and the Conforto boiler is no exception. With an impressive 87% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) along with flexible fuel and venting options, the Conforto boiler is the solution to your heating needs.
Wall Hung Non Condensing
The Solenne Classic boiler is perfectly suited for heat distribution systems designed to utilize high temperature water. Offered as a complete, fully packaged, sealed combustion boiler, the Solenne Classic has the benefits of any Wall Hung boiler but is more appropriate for use on Baseboard, Hydro Air or Mixed systems. Boasting a solid 85% AFUE at an affordable price, the Pensotti Solenne Classic is an economical solution to satisfy today’s heating needs.
Wall Hung Condensing
A Condensing Gas Boiler is best suited for heating systems utilizing low water temperatures such as Radiant, Steel Panel Radiators and in some cases, Cast Iron Radiators. For a condensing boiler to achieve its maximum efficiency, the water circulating through the heating system must re-enter the boiler at a temperature less than 140°F. Generally speaking, this can only be accomplished by utilizing one of the aforementioned heating sytems. The Pensotti Solenne Condensing boiler is perfect for these installations. A compact, fully packaged design allows for a quick and simple installation.
Our Conforto electric boilers can be used as a main heating boiler or added-on in conjunction with a fossil fuel boiler for a dual-energy system. With sizes ranging from 6 KW to 24 KW, Conforto electric boilers are designed to work seamlessly with other hydronic heat sources such as wood, oil, solar and natural/propane gas.
Equipped with a software-based “Smart” Board, Conforto electric boilers offer four modes of operation for maximum energy savings. Refer to the brochure or contact an installer to learn more.