Godbout Plumbing & Heating transforms YMCA mechanical room

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Godbout Plumbing & Heating Inc., Biddeford, Maine, was called to the Biddeford YMCA to swap out five, eight-year-old inefficient boilers. “We pulled the five boilers in an environment they should not have been installed,” says Jim Godbout, owner.


The mechanical room before the Viessmann boiler makeover.


The mechanical room after, with new floor poured.

The mechanical room before the Viessmann boiler makeover.
Godbout and his team installed a couple of Viessmann Vitocrossal 200, CM2 condensing boilers with Viessmann HoriCells (horizontal design) for domestic hot water (DHW), and Viessmann controls. “We poured a new floor and turned a complex boiler room to simple technology,” says Godbout.

The Vitocrossal 200, CM2 condensing boiler, the latest addition to their comprehensive line of energy efficient heating solutions. The Vitocrossal 200, CM2 offers unparalleled flexibility and maximum efficiency, making it the ideal choice for a new installation or economical retrofit in large residential or commercial applications.



The Vitocrossal 200, CM2 includes a new, fully modulating Viessmann pre-mix cylinder burner with a wide modulation range of 5:1 turndown ratio to precisely match load. It operates with low inlet gas pressure (NG) of only four inches of water column for compatibility with a wide range of supply pressures and provides clean, quiet and environmentally friendly operation with outstanding thermal efficiencies up to 97%.





NOTE: The YMCA project has not been insulated as of this posting.

Godbout Plumbing & Heating Inc. is celebrating more than 25 years of business. According to Godbout, technology continues to bring them more efficient and more cost effective solutions and the team continues to stay on the cutting edge of that technology. Clients are always presented with the latest products so they can make an educated decision when it comes to systems that make their home or facility more comfortable and efficient.

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