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Velocity Boiler Works Boilers In Stock

Ferguson HVAC Stocks the Aruba and Bermuda boilers from Velocity Boiler works.

Aruba Boiler
The Aruba 5 (AWR) cast iron, hot water boiler has been updated to reach 84% AFUE.

An innovative Honeywell Integrated Boiler Control System incorporates temperature control, circulator and ignition functions, as well as a Low Water Cut-Off in a single module.

  • Cast iron heat exchanger
  • Boiler easily field convertible to left side piping
  • Built-in rear draft diverter to fit low spaces
  • Eight sizes from 38 to 280 MBH
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • LWCO standard equipment

The Aruba-5’s controls are located inside the front vestibule giving it a clean look and space efficient design.

A rear draft provides a low-profile design allowing for closet applications on AWR models through the AWR210B.

Download a spec sheet.

Bermuda Boiler
The Bermuda Series (BSI) residential/light commercial, cast iron, steam boiler is a fully-packaged, installer-ready product. The integral draft diverter provides a low profile design allowing the boiler to be installed in areas requiring a low clearance. This atmospheric, gas-fired boiler is for use with a conventional chimney.

The Bermuda Series also comes standard with a probe-type low water cut-off safety control. The Bermuda Series is packaged with the option of either natural or LP gas as well an electronic ignition system.

The heat exchangers are built with steel push nipples below the water line where superior strength and resistance to expansion and contraction is important. Cast iron push nipples above the water line are larger than often found on similar units to provide optimum steam quality. Download more information.