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New Yorker CG70 - 176K BTU - 84.0% AFUE - Hot Water Gas Boiler - Chimney Vent
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Features
Features
    The CG-E boiler from New Yorker combines the most reliable, time-tested features of boilers into one convenient package. A cast iron heat exchanger keeps the boiler's operation reliable and efficient, providing maximum heat transfer from the gas combustion point to the system's water. Metal section connectors keep the boiler robust and corrosion free, while the integrated boiler control allows for uncomplicated boiler operation. An integrated Taco 007 circulator keeps the system water flowing smoothly.
  • Cast Iron Heat Exchanger
  • The cast iron heat exchanger in the CG-E series boilers is designed for maximum heat transfer, saving you valuable heating dollars season after season.
  • Cast Iron Nipple Joints
  • The three sections of the heat exchanger are joined together with cast iron nipples instead of traditional rubber, providing protection against normally corrosive chemicals such as antifreeze.
  • Integrated Boiler Control System
  • The CG-E boiler series comes with an integrated boiler control, making operation and integration a simple task. The boiler control comes wtih a thermal purge" feature
  • Integrated Taco 007 Circulation Pump
  • The integrated Taco 007 circulation pump is considered a staple of hydronic heating, providing years of reliable service with minimal required maintenance.
  • Product Includes
  • New Yorker CG70ENIT Boiler
  • Taco 007 Circulator
  • Boiler Control System
  • Drafthood
Specifications
General Information
Product Line
CG-E
Medium Learn More
Medium
Medium refers to the substance that carries heat through the heating system. Systems are either designed to use either Hot Water or Steam as a medium, and components are usually specific to one or the other.
Hot Water
Heat Exchanger Material
Cast Iron
Fuel Type Learn More
Fuel Type
To create heat, some form of fuel is required. Fuel Type specifies what the product uses as an input to create heat.
Natural Gas
Combustion Type Learn More
Combustion Type
Condensing appliances use leftover thermal energy from combustion gases to heat water in a secondary heat exchanger, resulting in higher efficiency and lower exhaust temperature.
Conventional
Vent Type Learn More
Vent Type
Products that use combustion (burning) of fuel to create heat also create potentially dangerous gasses that need to be exhausted (AKA "Vented"). Depending on the product, venting can be done via a chimney, through a side wall, or use a second vent to provide fresh air to the appliance.
Chimney Vent
DHW Production Learn More
DHW Production
DHW (Domestic Hot Water) is potable water for uses other than space heat. Some boilers are able to provide DHW "out of the box", while others can do so with the purchase of optional accessories.
No
Modulating/Staging Learn More
Modulating/Staging
Stages are unique speeds or levels that equipment can operate at. More stages allow for better fine-tuned control of output, which improves comfort and efficiency. Modulating equipment can operate across a range of levels, giving the highest level of fine-tuned control. Learn More
Single Stage
Mount Type
Floor
Minimum Altitude
0 Feet
Maximum Altitude
2000 Feet
Includes Pump
Yes
Assembly Type
Packaged
Gas Conversion Kit
Not Convertible
UPC
672616738266
Performance
AFUE Learn More
AFUE
AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) measures the efficiency of combustion equipment over the entire heating season, and is calculated by dividing the amount of energy that is actually heating your home by the total energy contained in the fuel used by the boiler/furnace. Learn More
84 %
Maximum Input Capacity Learn More
Maximum Input Capacity
The Maximum Input Capacity describes how quickly the appliance will use fuel when delivering it's maximum capacity. The units may change depending on the fuel being used.
210000 BTU
DOE Heating Capacity Learn More
DOE Heating Capacity
Also referred to as Gross Output, this is the output of a boiler after accounting for combustion efficiency. We recommend sizing hot water boilers based on the DOE Heating Capacity.
176000 BTU
Net I=B=R Capacity Learn More
Net I=B=R Capacity
I=B=R, also referred to as Net Output or AHRI Capacity, is the rated heat output of a boiler after accounting for combustion efficiency, piping loss, and an extra pickup factor. We recommend sizing steam boilers based on the I=B=R rating.
153000 BTU
Ultra Low NOx Emissions Learn More
Ultra Low NOx Emissions
NOx is a byproduct of the combustion process, and it's output is regulated in some jurisdictions. Many regulators mirror SCAQMD rules, which regulate air quality for some parts of Southern California. Ultra Low NOx appliances emit less than 10-14 ng/J (nanogram per Joule) of NOx. Learn More
No
Electrical Data
Voltage
115 Volts
Phase
1
Frequency
60 Hz
Dimensions
Flue Connection Size
7 Inches
Gas Piping Diameter
3/4 Inch
Supply Connection
1 1/4 Inches
Return Connection
1 1/4 Inches
Product Height
40 Inches
Product Width
32 Inches
Product Depth
32 Inches
Product Weight
382 Pounds
Certifications
Country of Origin
United States
ETL Listed
Yes
ASME Certified
Yes
AHRI Certified
Yes
Warranty Information
Parts Warranty Learn More
Parts Warranty
A warranty is a safeguard from defects in manufacturing and can vary in length and terms. To see the manufacturer's warranty statement, click on the Manuals tab. Learn More
1 Year
Heat Exchanger Warranty
Limited Lifetime Years
Features
Features
    The CG-E boiler from New Yorker combines the most reliable, time-tested features of boilers into one convenient package. A cast iron heat exchanger keeps the boiler's operation reliable and efficient, providing maximum heat transfer from the gas combustion point to the system's water. Metal section connectors keep the boiler robust and corrosion free, while the integrated boiler control allows for uncomplicated boiler operation. An integrated Taco 007 circulator keeps the system water flowing smoothly.
  • Cast Iron Heat Exchanger
  • The cast iron heat exchanger in the CG-E series boilers is designed for maximum heat transfer, saving you valuable heating dollars season after season.
  • Cast Iron Nipple Joints
  • The three sections of the heat exchanger are joined together with cast iron nipples instead of traditional rubber, providing protection against normally corrosive chemicals such as antifreeze.
  • Integrated Boiler Control System
  • The CG-E boiler series comes with an integrated boiler control, making operation and integration a simple task. The boiler control comes wtih a thermal purge" feature
  • Integrated Taco 007 Circulation Pump
  • The integrated Taco 007 circulation pump is considered a staple of hydronic heating, providing years of reliable service with minimal required maintenance.
  • Product Includes
  • New Yorker CG70ENIT Boiler
  • Taco 007 Circulator
  • Boiler Control System
  • Drafthood
Specifications
General Information
Product Line
CG-E
Medium Learn More
Medium
Medium refers to the substance that carries heat through the heating system. Systems are either designed to use either Hot Water or Steam as a medium, and components are usually specific to one or the other.
Hot Water
Heat Exchanger Material
Cast Iron
Fuel Type Learn More
Fuel Type
To create heat, some form of fuel is required. Fuel Type specifies what the product uses as an input to create heat.
Natural Gas
Combustion Type Learn More
Combustion Type
Condensing appliances use leftover thermal energy from combustion gases to heat water in a secondary heat exchanger, resulting in higher efficiency and lower exhaust temperature.
Conventional
Vent Type Learn More
Vent Type
Products that use combustion (burning) of fuel to create heat also create potentially dangerous gasses that need to be exhausted (AKA "Vented"). Depending on the product, venting can be done via a chimney, through a side wall, or use a second vent to provide fresh air to the appliance.
Chimney Vent
DHW Production Learn More
DHW Production
DHW (Domestic Hot Water) is potable water for uses other than space heat. Some boilers are able to provide DHW "out of the box", while others can do so with the purchase of optional accessories.
No
Modulating/Staging Learn More
Modulating/Staging
Stages are unique speeds or levels that equipment can operate at. More stages allow for better fine-tuned control of output, which improves comfort and efficiency. Modulating equipment can operate across a range of levels, giving the highest level of fine-tuned control. Learn More
Single Stage
Mount Type
Floor
Minimum Altitude
0 Feet
Maximum Altitude
2000 Feet
Includes Pump
Yes
Assembly Type
Packaged
Gas Conversion Kit
Not Convertible
UPC
672616738266
Performance
AFUE Learn More
AFUE
AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) measures the efficiency of combustion equipment over the entire heating season, and is calculated by dividing the amount of energy that is actually heating your home by the total energy contained in the fuel used by the boiler/furnace. Learn More
84 %
Maximum Input Capacity Learn More
Maximum Input Capacity
The Maximum Input Capacity describes how quickly the appliance will use fuel when delivering it's maximum capacity. The units may change depending on the fuel being used.
210000 BTU
DOE Heating Capacity Learn More
DOE Heating Capacity
Also referred to as Gross Output, this is the output of a boiler after accounting for combustion efficiency. We recommend sizing hot water boilers based on the DOE Heating Capacity.
176000 BTU
Net I=B=R Capacity Learn More
Net I=B=R Capacity
I=B=R, also referred to as Net Output or AHRI Capacity, is the rated heat output of a boiler after accounting for combustion efficiency, piping loss, and an extra pickup factor. We recommend sizing steam boilers based on the I=B=R rating.
153000 BTU
Ultra Low NOx Emissions Learn More
Ultra Low NOx Emissions
NOx is a byproduct of the combustion process, and it's output is regulated in some jurisdictions. Many regulators mirror SCAQMD rules, which regulate air quality for some parts of Southern California. Ultra Low NOx appliances emit less than 10-14 ng/J (nanogram per Joule) of NOx. Learn More
No
Electrical Data
Voltage
115 Volts
Phase
1
Frequency
60 Hz
Dimensions
Flue Connection Size
7 Inches
Gas Piping Diameter
3/4 Inch
Supply Connection
1 1/4 Inches
Return Connection
1 1/4 Inches
Product Height
40 Inches
Product Width
32 Inches
Product Depth
32 Inches
Product Weight
382 Pounds
Certifications
Country of Origin
United States
ETL Listed
Yes
ASME Certified
Yes
AHRI Certified
Yes
Warranty Information
Parts Warranty Learn More
Parts Warranty
A warranty is a safeguard from defects in manufacturing and can vary in length and terms. To see the manufacturer's warranty statement, click on the Manuals tab. Learn More
1 Year
Heat Exchanger Warranty
Limited Lifetime Years
Product Specs
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Specifications
General Information
Product Line
CG-E
Medium Learn More
Medium
Medium refers to the substance that carries heat through the heating system. Systems are either designed to use either Hot Water or Steam as a medium, and components are usually specific to one or the other.
Hot Water
Heat Exchanger Material
Cast Iron
Fuel Type Learn More
Fuel Type
To create heat, some form of fuel is required. Fuel Type specifies what the product uses as an input to create heat.
Natural Gas
Combustion Type Learn More
Combustion Type
Condensing appliances use leftover thermal energy from combustion gases to heat water in a secondary heat exchanger, resulting in higher efficiency and lower exhaust temperature.
Conventional
Vent Type Learn More
Vent Type
Products that use combustion (burning) of fuel to create heat also create potentially dangerous gasses that need to be exhausted (AKA "Vented"). Depending on the product, venting can be done via a chimney, through a side wall, or use a second vent to provide fresh air to the appliance.
Chimney Vent
DHW Production Learn More
DHW Production
DHW (Domestic Hot Water) is potable water for uses other than space heat. Some boilers are able to provide DHW "out of the box", while others can do so with the purchase of optional accessories.
No
Modulating/Staging Learn More
Modulating/Staging
Stages are unique speeds or levels that equipment can operate at. More stages allow for better fine-tuned control of output, which improves comfort and efficiency. Modulating equipment can operate across a range of levels, giving the highest level of fine-tuned control. Learn More
Single Stage
Mount Type
Floor
Minimum Altitude
0 Feet
Maximum Altitude
2000 Feet
Includes Pump
Yes
Assembly Type
Packaged
Gas Conversion Kit
Not Convertible
UPC
672616738266
Performance
AFUE Learn More
AFUE
AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) measures the efficiency of combustion equipment over the entire heating season, and is calculated by dividing the amount of energy that is actually heating your home by the total energy contained in the fuel used by the boiler/furnace. Learn More
84 %
Maximum Input Capacity Learn More
Maximum Input Capacity
The Maximum Input Capacity describes how quickly the appliance will use fuel when delivering it's maximum capacity. The units may change depending on the fuel being used.
210000 BTU
DOE Heating Capacity Learn More
DOE Heating Capacity
Also referred to as Gross Output, this is the output of a boiler after accounting for combustion efficiency. We recommend sizing hot water boilers based on the DOE Heating Capacity.
176000 BTU
Net I=B=R Capacity Learn More
Net I=B=R Capacity
I=B=R, also referred to as Net Output or AHRI Capacity, is the rated heat output of a boiler after accounting for combustion efficiency, piping loss, and an extra pickup factor. We recommend sizing steam boilers based on the I=B=R rating.
153000 BTU
Ultra Low NOx Emissions Learn More
Ultra Low NOx Emissions
NOx is a byproduct of the combustion process, and it's output is regulated in some jurisdictions. Many regulators mirror SCAQMD rules, which regulate air quality for some parts of Southern California. Ultra Low NOx appliances emit less than 10-14 ng/J (nanogram per Joule) of NOx. Learn More
No
Electrical Data
Voltage
115 Volts
Phase
1
Frequency
60 Hz
Dimensions
Flue Connection Size
7 Inches
Gas Piping Diameter
3/4 Inch
Supply Connection
1 1/4 Inches
Return Connection
1 1/4 Inches
Product Height
40 Inches
Product Width
32 Inches
Product Depth
32 Inches
Product Weight
382 Pounds
Certifications
Country of Origin
United States
ETL Listed
Yes
ASME Certified
Yes
AHRI Certified
Yes
Warranty Information
Parts Warranty Learn More
Parts Warranty
A warranty is a safeguard from defects in manufacturing and can vary in length and terms. To see the manufacturer's warranty statement, click on the Manuals tab. Learn More
1 Year
Heat Exchanger Warranty
Limited Lifetime Years
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Does the CG boiler have electronic ignition or a pilot light? Thanks
Rick C 
from Pennsylvania 
July 31, 2016
Answer
As of 2012, manufacturers are no longer permitted to make or market standing pilot boilers. Like many boilers on the market today, The New Yorker CG uses an intermittent pilot. This means that the pilot is lit by an electronic ignitor, and once the pilot is established, the main burners are finally fired.
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