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    Dan Mason

    what is the difference between a condensation boiler and a low temp boiler


    Patrick Delpech

    In condensation boiler there is condensation.

    In a low temp boiler there is non condensation, but this boiler can warm up not very hot water (without condensation)

    A standard boiler can’t warm up cold water without condensation and this condensation is agressive. So standard boiler as to stay above 60 to 70 °C.


    Jason Dupont

    The main difference between a condensing boiler and one that does not use the condensing principle or a conventional boiler lies in the type of combustion. In condensing boiler, a special heat exchanger also acts as a condenser. You can find more here about boilers.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  Jason Dupont.
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