Welcome to Our Boiler Education & Selection Page

Providing More Than Just BTU's

Put Our Boiler Experience To Work For You:

Our company works with boilers on a daily basis, ever since 1936 when Mr. B.G. Peterson became the Representative for Kewanee Boiler.

Our goal has always been to provide best product and service possible for our Customers.

From Start to Finish.

Aldrich Company

Steel Firetube Boilers Low Pressure Steam Heating Hot Water

Bryan Boilers

Water Tube Boilers Steam & Water Condensing Boilers

Camus Hydronics

High Efficiency Boilers High Efficiency Water Heaters

Peerless Boiler

High Efficiency Boilers

Cast Iron Boilers

Knockdown

Steam and Water

Riello Boiler

Condensing Boilers

Muliple Boilers in Single Pacakge

up to 40:1 Modulation

Condensing Gas/Oil

Thermal Solutions

95% Thermal Efficiency

Lifetime Shockproof Seal

Knockdown or Fully Packaged

Field Repairable Heat Exchanger

Weld-Free Tube To Header Design For Increased Reliability

Click on the Tabs to View Different Types of Boiler Options

  Aldrich Vertical Steel Fire Tube

  • AVW Standard and AVR with High Turndown Burners
  • 30, 100 & 150 PSI Design Options
  • Capacities: 5 – 86 BHP
  • 83% – 88% Efficiency
  • All Steel Construction
  • Fuels: Gas • Oil • Combination Gas/Oil
  • Ease of Maintenance, Access to Firetubes
Aldrich Horizontal Steel Fire Tube

  • 30, 40 & 80 PSI Design Options
  • 15 PSI Steam Construction
  • 83% – 88% Efficiency
  • Capacities: 12 – 200 BHP
  • Models up to 120 BHP Fit Through 36” Doorway
  • Inventor of the “Scotch Box” Design & “U-Type” Flex Joint
  • All Steel Construction
  • Fuels: Gas • Oil • Combination Gas/Oil • Digester Gas
  • Optional Field Erect Boilers
  • Ease of Maintenance, Access to Firetubes
  Bryan Bent Water Tubes – Originators of the Flexible Water Tube

  • Forced Draft Boilers
  • Atmospheric Gas Boilers
  • Electric Boilers
  • Low NOx Boilers
  • Knockdown Boilers
  • Indirect Water Heaters
  • Indirect Pool Heaters
  • Controls
  • Engineering Data
  • Accessory Equipment
  Camus Copper and Stainless Steel

“DYNAFLAME”:  Models ranging from 500K(BTU) up to 6 million

  • The DynaFlame is available in two options, 85% & 88%.  
  • Fully modulating and automatically adjusts based on the system demand.
  • These units can be moved through a standard 30″ doorway.
  • Achieving extremely low NOx levels of less than 10 ppm.
  Peerless Cast Iron, with Knockdown Options

  • Type:  Residential and Commercial
  • Construction:  Cast Iron.  KnockDown Options
  • Fuel:  Oil, Gas, Gas/Oil Fired
  • Input:  up to 5553 MBH
  • Trim:  Water and Steam Options
  • Combustion:  Power Burner Options
Riello Condensing Boilers.  Multi-Burner and Duel Fuels

  • Built-in N+1 Design
  • If 36″ clearance requirements are a problem, then consider this boiler
  • Duel Flue Condensing Boilers.  Gas/Oil up to 10,000,000 BTU’s
  • In Stock
  Bryan with Replaceable Stainless Steel Tubes

  • Tiple-Flex Condensing Boiler
  • Bryan Triple-Flex™ Ultra-high efficiency condensing boilers
  • Feature minimum 90% thermal efficiency at 160° F return
  • Low maintenance costs, high operating efficiency
  • Deliver substantial return on investment
  • 1500 to 3000 MBH input; (44-98 BHP output).
Camus Fire Tube Boiler & Water Heaters Two-Pass High Efficiency

  • Condensing FireTube Design
  • 10:1   (500-600 MBH)
  • 22:1   (800-1800 MBH)
  • 25:1   (2000 – 4000 MBH)
  Camus Water Tube Boiler & Water Heaters  DynaMax-HS, DynaForce & DynaFlame Series

  • Turndown:  5:1
  • Capacity:     (300 – 5000 MBH)
  • Stainless Steel Heat Exchangers
  • Copper Tube w/ add on Condensing Modules
  Peerless Water Tube Boilers

  • The Peerless® PUREFIRE® PF-399, PF-850, PF-1000 and PF-1500
  • 10:1 modulating turndown
  • Gas-fired condensing boilers are available with Natural or LP gas systems
  • The boilers have a thermal efficiency of up to 96.6%.
 DSeries180pic Aldrich Vertical Steel Fire Tube

  • Capacities: 4 – 42 BHP
  • Inputs from 144,000 to 1,750,000 BTUH
  • Outputs from 115,000 to 1,400,000 BTUH
  • 80 – 83% Efficiency
  • D = Oil Fired • DG = Gas Fired
  • High Efficiency Burners
  • 15 PSI Steam / 30 PSI Water Design
  • All Steel Construction
  • Optional Heat Exchanger (Tankless Coil) for Indirect Loads
Aldrich Horizontal Steel Fire Tube

  • 15 PSI Steam Construction
  • 83 – 88% Efficiency
  • Capacities: 12 – 200 BHP
  • Models up to 120 BHP Fit Through 36” Doorway
  • Inventor of the “Scotch Box” Design & “U-Type” Flex Joint
  • All Steel Construction
  • Fuels: Gas • Oil • Combination Gas/Oil • Digester Gas
  • Optional Field Erect Boilers
  • Ease of Maintenance, Access to Firetubes
  Bryan Bent Water Tubes – Originators of the Flexible Water Tube

  • Forced Draft Boilers
  • Atmospheric Gas Boilers
  • Low NOx Boilers
  • Knockdown Boilers
  • Controls
  • Engineering Data
  • Accessory Equipment
  Peerless Cast Iron, with Knockdown Options

  • Type:  Residential and Commercial
  • Construction:  Cast Iron.  KnockDown Options
  • Fuel:  Oil, Gas, Gas/Oil Fired
  • Input:  up to 5553 MBH
  • Trim:  Water and Steam Options
  • Combustion:  Power Burner Options

 Steam

Accessories

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What Questions Can We Answer For You?

Why Partner with B.G. Peterson Company:

Experience:

Our long history with different types of boilers allows us to help you with all your application needs.

Right Solutions:

With our variety of products, this allows us to find the right boiler for your particular application.

Trust:

Our Customers put their trust in us that we will provide them the best support and solution.

Responsible:

When issues or questions arise, we do our best to respond and help solve our Customers needs.

Learn Which Boiler Will Best Meet The Need For Your Client

Boiler systems have dramatically changed in the past few years.  From how they are built, to how they are engineered and installed in the field.  

Discuss the system needs and then make a boiler choice.  

Discuss the needs of the Client to figure out the best solution.

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Camus Boilers

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New Gordmans HQ

Spirotherm Quad

Peerless Boilers

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Aldrich Boilers

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Methodist Hospital - Before

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Methodist Hospital - After

Bryan Boilers

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Bryan Boilers

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DeFreese Manor - Before

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DeFreese Manor - After

Camus Boilers &
Water Heaters

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Steam Boilers - Before

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Converted to Water Boilers

Aldrich Boilers

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St. Bernadette Church - Before

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Aldrich Water Boilers

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Central Presbyterian Church

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Central Presbyterian Church

Aldrich Boiler
Shipco Boiler Feed System

Bock Water
Heater

Let’s work together and find the best solution for the Customer.

Boiler Items to Know and Consider

To Meet the Needs of the Customer

Column One
  • Expected Life
  • Purchase Cost
  • Life Cycled Cost
  • Maintenance
  • Tube Replacement
  • Tube Access
  • Heat Exchanger Replacement
  • Heat Exchanger Reparability
  • Heat Exchanger Access
  • Off Shelf Components
  • OEM Components
  • Heat Release
  • Sq Ft of Heating Surface
  • Dry Weight Comparisons
  • Shell Thickness
  • Shell Material
  • Tube Thickness
  • Tube Material
Column Two
  • Operating Efficiencies
  • Burner Turndown
  • Water Volume
  • Control Load Tracking
  • Primary Flow Requirements
  • Primary/Secondary Rules
  • Temperature Differential
  • Minimum Pressure Required
  • Fire Tube
  • Water Tube
  • Gas Pressure
  • Fuels Available
  • Voltage & FLA
  • Vent Category
  • Common or Individual Vent
  • Fit Through a Door
  • Foot Print Requirements
  • Access Clearances
Column Three
  • Code Requirements
  • Combustion Air Temperatures
  • Types of Tubes
  • Elevation De-rate
  • Noise Level
  • Freeze Protection
  • E-stop Connection
  • CAD Relay
  • Gas Valve Venting
  • Boiler Control Panel
  • Built-in Cascading
  • Control Strategies
  • BMS Control Logics
  • BMS Monitoring
  • Field Assembly
  • Single Point Power
  • Different Types of Burners
  • Warranty Data

B.G. Peterson Company

2966 Harney Street

Omaha, NE  68131

P: 402-344-4311

F: 402-344-4314

Representing

Nebraska & Iowa

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Working hard for something we love is called passion.

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