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Description:

.205 MMBTU/hr Hamont Catfire 60 Pellet Boiler

Contact Information

Address
14 South Main Street
Strong,  ME  04983

County
Franklin County
 

Primary Contact
Milton Baston
Chair - Board of Selectmen
207-441-6965
207-684-4429
miltb(at)tds(dot)net
Operations Contact
Mike Carelton
Selectman
207-491-9211
mike(at)iecinc(dot)us

Existing Site Information

Facility - Type Town Hall and Library
Multi phase project (Y/N) N
Additional phase costs ($) na
Facility - Size (Total) Sq Ft 7000
Total number of Students  
Total number of Staff (in FTE's) 6

 

Building One Strong Town Hall
Square Feet 7,000
Age 80
Pipe Distance (ft) 0
Building Two na
Square Feet na
Age na
Pipe Distance (ft) na

 

Building Three na
Square Feet na
Age na
Pipe Distance (ft) na
Building Four
na
Square Feet
na
Age na
Pipe Distance (ft) na

 

Current system - Type #2 oil
Steam (S) or Hot Water (HW) HW
Current Boiler - Name of 2 ea. Burnham V75
Current Boiler Age (In Years)  14
Control System (Manufacturer)  
Current Type #2 oil
Current Fuel Volume to be displaced (Gallons) 4,700
Fuel Use Data (Years + Average) (Gallons) 4,700

Project Information

New System Boiler - Name Hamont
New System Boiler - Model Number Catfire 60
New System Boiler - Rated Capacity 0.205 MMBTU/hr
Fuel Type (Chips Or Pellets) Pellets
New System Steam (s) or Hot Water (HW) HW
Storage Type External Metal Silo
Storage Location Next to boiler room
Storage Capacity Tons 15
Storage Description Notes Silo built inside existing wall structure of building (roof removed)
Fuel Primary Transport Type pneumatic
Fuel Secondary Transport Type pneumatic
Boiler Location (Existing Space or New Space) Existing Boiler Room
If New Space - Building Description na
New Space - Size na
Thermal Storage (Y/N) N
Thermal Storage Capacity na
System Connection(s) Description Full integration with exising systems
Heat Exchanger (Y/N) N
Grant Amount $ 25 ,000.00
Owner Cost Share $ 17,600.00
Total Cost $ 42 ,600.00
Application Date March 22, 2011
Completion Date August 10, 2012

Estimates

Historic Oil Use (Annual Average) (gallons) 4,700
Historic Oil Use (Annual Average) (cost $$$) $ 16,450.00
Historic Fuel Volume to be Displaced (Gallons) 4,700
Expected Cost of Displaced Fuel - Total $$$ $ 16,450.00
Base Fuel Price 1 (Used in Application) $ 3.50
Base Fuel Price 2 (Used in Application) $ -
   
Wood Fuel Price (Used in Application) $175 .00
Expected Wood Use - Tons 39
Expected Wood Use - $$$ $  6,842.50
   
Expected Annual Oil Use
(Gallons in Addition to Wood)
 
Expected Annual Oil Cost
($$$ in Addition to Wood)
$
   
Total cost of Wood and Oil (Annual) - $$$ $ 6,842.50
Expected Annual Fuel Savings -$$$ $ 9,607.50
   
Expected Savings Shown in Application $ 9,580.00

Historical Data

Base Fuel Price 1 (Used in Application) $ 3.50
Base Fuel Price 2 (Used in Application) $ -
Wood Fuel Price (Used in Application) $ 175.00

 

Five Year Fuel Use History Year 1  
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Fuel Use Cost ($) $ 
Five Year Fuel Use History Year 2  
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Five Year Fuel Use History Year 3  
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Five Year Fuel Use History Year 4  
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Five Year Fuel Use History Year 5  
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Five Year Total Fuel Use (Gallons)  
Five Year Yearly Average Fuel Use (Gallons)  
Five Year Total Fuel Cost ($) $
Five Year Average Fuel Cost ($) $

Fuel Use

Strong Town Hall

Year Ending 4/30/2013  4/30/2014 4/30/2015  4/30/2016 4/30/2017 Cumulative
Totals
 
PELLETS used 15.57         15.57 (in tons)
ACTUAL COST $2,802.60         $2,802.60 (cost + shipping costs)
OIL used  852.78          852.78 (in gallons)
ACTUAL COST  $2,773.14          $2,773.14 (delivered cost)
TOTAL COST  $5,575.74          $5,575.74 (cost of both fuels)
 

Additional Notes



Categories

Franklin County, Hot Water, Wood Pellets,

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