UCF – College of Medicine

Mason Engineering worked on this new construction project at University of Central Florida (UCF) College of Medicine. We used two high efficiency Camus DynaFlame hydronic condensing boilers. The space for the boiler was very limited with electrical panels within 4-ft from the front of each boiler (code requirement is not less than 3 ft).

The engineering group AEI of Gainesville, FL office increased the original boiler capacity from 3,000MBH to 3,500MBH input in which the specified boiler could not meet the new input capacity. Camus DynaFlame models go up to 6,000 MBH input and the footprint stays the same. Therefore, the Camus boilers made this installation less costly and convenient for the mechanical contractor to be able to utilize the same floor space per the original design.