Weil-McLain Launches New Aqua Pro Indirect-Fired Water Heaters

February 6, 2019

Weil-McLain, a leading designer and manufacturer of hydronic comfort heating systems, now offers an advanced line of water heaters with composite construction tanks built to handle even the harshest water conditions. The new Aqua Pro indirect-fired water heaters feature a non-metallic, corrosion resistant design that delivers superior first hour ratings and recovery.

 

Built with durability and longevity in mind, the AHRI-Certified® Aqua Pro units are available in four sizes – 30, 55, 80 or 119 gallons – making them flexible for a broad range of applications. The unit’s lightweight non-metallic tank allows for easy maneuverability and installation in basements, storage rooms or other tight spaces.

Other features of the Aqua Pro include convenient top connections for easy access, a digital temperature control ensuring accurate delivery temperature for optimal comfort, and no anode to check and maintain.

The unit also features a removable copper finned high-output coil, a durable brass drain valve, and two-inch foam insulation that minimizes any stand-by heat loss. The unit is designed without welds for a seamless tank construction.

The Aqua Pro is designed to install easily into any system and is perfectly matched with any Weil-McLain boiler to provide abundant domestic hot water.

To learn more about the innovative Aqua Pro line of indirect-fired water heaters, visit https://www.weil-mclain.com/products/aqua-pro or contact a Weil-McLain regional sales office at www.weil-mclain.com/en/weil-mclain/about-us/locations/.

 

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