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HUG Hydronics

Full Kit - XE COMBI Boiler 199K BTU State Proline [ Propane ]

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This kit includes everything you will need to hook up your boiler to your new Hug Hydronics System, this kit contains: Your Boiler, RIB, Fitting's kit, and the Combi Adapter kit.

You can find more information about the items below!

The Boiler:

The 199K BTU Combi boiler will 6.2 gallons per minute of hot water for your showers and your floors. 

The ProLine® XE Combi Boiler provides high efficiency space heating and domestic hot water (DHW) in a compact footprint that is easy to install and maintain. The efficiency of the Combi is rated at 95% AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) making it available on many utility rebate programs. Lastly, the plain text Setup Wizard on the Smart Control LCD display will make installation a breeze.

The SCB-199H-P indoor residential Ultra-Low NOx Combi Boiler uses up to 199,000 BTU/hr of Liquid Propane to deliver a continuous supply of hot water and space heating for a home in high altitude regions. This High Efficiency heating system has a 95% AFUE and is ENERGY STAR Certified.

The Rib:

This solid state relay is very handy for coordinating any outside devices to run when the HUG Hydronics in-floor heating system is running.

It's conveniently mounted in an enclosure.  10 amp, SPDT, with a coil that can be driven at 10-30VDC or 120VAC.  Model RIBU1C by Functional Devices, Inc. [datasheet]

The Fittings Kit:

Included with every Boiler when you buy our Hydronics system is a set of fittings and the installation guide and spec sheet.

The Combi Boiler Adapter:

The State Pro Line XE COMBI Boiler needs an adapter to work the HUG Hydronics In-Floor Heating System. This is that adapter. Now, with one huge COMBI Boiler, you can heat your house and your hot water with the same boiler.

* Installs with 1 tool, about 5  minutes of work.

How does it work?

The State Pro Line XE's have a pressure sensor which our adapter replaces with a low water level sensor and air remover. The probe senses if the water is low. If it is it sends a signal to the purge pins to run the pump 3 seconds, raising the water level enough to purge any air.

The water sensing probe gets stuck down a tube on the top, and the power cord goes down a hole and plugs into the circuit board of the COMBI Boiler. On the HUG Hydronics Tanks the black box slips in next to the thumb screws on the back. A hose goes into the tank and a connecting cord feed to the control board and plugs into the purge pins of the heater pump (usually pump #10).

See Full Instructions/Video here.