Challenger CC125H Condensing Gas Combi Boiler, 97,000 BTU
Brand: Triangle Tube
Part#: CC125H
Model: Challenger Combi CC 125H
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Challenger Combi CC125H model by Triangle Tube (ACV) is a mod-con combi boiler (heat + domestic hot water tank) with 97 MBTU (Net AHRI) output.
  • 2-in-1 Combi Boiler with Space-Heating & DHW (Domestic Hot Water) functionality
  • Lead-free certified
  • (3) DHW modes - ECO (self-learning), on-demand and standby
  • Built-in DHW mixing/anti-scald valve
  • DHW Priority
  • Copper tube/aluminum block ASME heat exchanger
  • St. steel burner w/ woven fiber mesh
  • Direct spark ignition
  • Variable-speed blower
  • Negative-pressure regulated gas valve
  • Outdoor reset control
  • Low-water, high-limit and freeze protection
  • Built-in pump and aquastat for indirect water heater
  • Glycol-compatible
  • Direct-Vent sealed combustion
  • Compatible with PVC, CPVC, PP (PolyPropylene - recommended) and S. Steel vent pipe
  • Compact and low-profile
  • Low-NOx - 2012 SCAQMD Certified
  • Boiler Certifed to ANSI Z21.13 / CSA 4.9
  • Water Heater Certifed to ANSI Z21.10.3 / CSA 4.3.
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Technical Specifications:
  • Input Modulation (BTU): 25,000 - 125,000
  • DOE Rating (BTU): 111,000
  • Net AHRI Rating (BTU): 97,000
  • Efficiency (AFUE): 95%
  • Turndown (Modulation) Ratio: 6.3 : 1
  • Fuel Type: Natural Gas (NG) or Propane (LP)
  • System Type: Hydronic (Hot Water)
  • Boiler Connections: 1" NPT
  • Gas Connection: 3/4" NPT
  • Condensate Drain: 3/4" NPT
  • Domestic Water Connections: 3/4" NPT
  • DHW Min. Flow Rate (GPM): 0.5
  • DHW Max. Flow Rate @ 70°F Rise (GPM): 3.0
  • DHW Max. Temperature: 149°F
  • Vent/Air Size: 2" standard, can be increased up to 3"
  • Vent Material: PVC, CPVC, PolyPropylene (recommended), St. Steel
  • Power Supply: 120V, 60Hz
  • Dimensions (Depth x Width x Height): 9-1/2" x 17-3/4" x 28"
  • Weight (lbs): 80
  • Mounting Type: Wall-mounted (Wall-hung).
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Can you have two showers going and a hot washer at the same time?
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The max. flow at 70F temperature rise (differential between incoming cold water and outgoing hot water) would be 3.0 GPM. 70F differential is common for northern US climate. In the south, the differential would be lower and the GPM higher. To determine whether this model meets the demands, you would need to know flow rates of both showers and washer.
By PexUniverse Customer Service on 05/01/2018

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