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Dunkirk DkVLT-150 Helix VLT Natural Gas Condensing Boiler With Grundfos Pump

SKU: 389143
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Dunkirk DkVLT-150 Helix VLT Natural Gas Condensing Boiler With Grundfos Pump

SKU: 389143

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About the Dunkirk DKVLTA150NA3AAA

Dunkirk DkVLT-150 Helix VLT Stainless Steel Natural Gas Condensing Boiler With Grundfos Pump. Since the late 1920's, Dunkirk has delivered innovative, efficient and dependable home heating systems to professionals, building owners and homeowners. This is the best way to deliver heating equipment that lasts and reduces home heating costs. The Dunkirk DKVLT is an Stainless Steel wall mounted condensing boiler. The VLT features a high grade heat exchanger, and a Boiler Control Module. Boiler Control Module includes Automatic Line Voltage/Intermittent Direct Spark Ignition with a 5:1 combustion turn down ratio. For multiple boiler applications - the control module can stage fire up to 16 boilers. Also included is a Grundfos Pump- These pumps save you time, money, and energy by circulating hot water through your household plumbing without wasting it down the drain.

Product Details

Other Info: Grundfus Pump Included
Weight 199.00 lbs.

Product Features

  • Input of 150
  • Heating Capacity of 139
  • AHRI of 121
  • AFUE % Rating of 95
  • Flue Diameter of 3"


Rated 2 out of 5 based on 1 reviews

hon owner Rated 2 by robert c, tenteromano
  No, I do not recommend this product.
Is anyone surprised. Its just another twist in corporate america (and Chinese junk) getting over on us with BS hype . after 3 years of owning the dunkirk 150 we had to spend $1350.00 to replace the computer boards.I'm totally disgusted with all the junk we have to deal with not to mention the plumbing companies . Whats the point of having an efficient unit if we have to replace boiler parts at higher costs. its better to stay with the older type units that rarely broke down than the uncertainty of all the " wonderfully" new engineered ones. I'm pissed off completely. Its all a big con with a smile!
Originally posted on Nov/2016

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