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Teledyne Laars Acquires Trianco-Heatmaker

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Home » Teledyne Laars Acquires Trianco-Heatmaker
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Teledyne Laars, an Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated company, recently acquired the assets of Randolph, Massachusetts-based Trianco-Heatmaker, Inc., manufacturer of high efficiency gas- and oil-fired boiler and water heating products. "Trianco-Heatmaker's high efficiency, sealed combustion systems add to our heating technology base," says Wendy Howells, vice president of Teledyne Laars heating systems.

Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated is a group of technology-based manufacturing companies, concentrating in specialty metals, and including aerospace, electronic, industrial and consumer products.

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ANyone familiar with a Trianco Heatmaker Furnace?

I have a ~12 year old Natural Gas Trianco Heatmaker II Furnace that has been acting up. In March '08 my hot water boiler capacity went down to only about 5 minutes of ' water, then would turn cold. If I turned up one of the heat thermostats to get the furnace to run, I had plenty of hot water. I had two service companies come in, they both held the hot water pipe in their hand, & said "you have a bad coil, or scale in the boiler tank walls. Both called the Heatmaker a "troublemaker because no one wants to work on them." I know they still make parts for them, right here in New England. Both recommended new replacement units, one at $K, the other at $11K. Each spent no more than 10 minutes looking at the unit & did not charge for the service call. I doubt that scale is an issue because I have town water, & other neighbors with oil furnaces do not have scale issues, & this happened suddenly & not gradually. I bought a new mixing valve for my hot water side, but have yet to install it. I have a 7 room cape, two zones, one for the first floor, & a second zone for the 2nd floor, it's a closed loop system with glychol, & this part of the furnace is operating fine.
I doubt that the entire system should be replaced, but trying to find someone
to work on this sytem & troublshoot it has been very difficult. If it was oil fired they'd come out to look at it. Any thoughts?



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Trianco Heatmaker Brand Overview

Components for Trianco Heatmaker boilers, as well as furnaces and heaters, are manufactured by Laars Heating Systems, which is owned by Bradford White Corp. Boilers produced by the company today are named either Laars or Bradford White, but parts are still available for the Trianco Heatmaker brand. Bradford White Corp. is a privately owned company.

Corporate History

Heatmaker boilers were originally produced in Randolph, Mass. Trianco, a heating supply company in Sheffield, England, acquired Heatmaker in In , Teledyne Water Pik purchased Trianco Heatmaker Inc. The Teledyne Water Pik heater and boiler division soon became Laars Heating Systems. In , Bradford White acquired Laars Heating Systems from Teledyne. Laars operates a manufacturing plant in Rochester, N.H.

Product Lines

Trianco Heatmaker produced several lines of boilers. The Endurance line included the EBP, a modulating combination boiler; the EDP, a modulating hydronic boiler; and the EDN, a non-ferrous boiler. The H and HP lines of boilers are hydronic water boilers for heating. The HW boiler provides hot water for use, as well as for heating. Trianco Heatmaker also produced a line of CB condensing boilers. Parts for these products are still supplied by Laars Heating Systems.

Environmental Impact

Trianco Heatmaker boilers operate on either gas or propane. Newer boilers that use natural gas are considered very energy-efficient and environmentally friendly, second only to electric boilers.


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