The Parker Boiler Company was founded in 1919 and is a manufacturer of steam boilers from 1.5 to 150 horsepower with pressures up to 250 psi. They also manufacture direct-fired hot water boilers (available as gas-, oil-, propane- and combination-fired) ranging from 300,000 to 6,800,000 BTU, with operating temperatures up to 400 deg F and pressures up to 300 psi.
Parker’s indirect gas-fired water heaters handle pressures to 150 psi.
Parker is also the maker of low mono-nitrogen oxide steam and hot water boilers and burner systems. Most models are UL or ETL listed. Parker manufactures steam boilers, condensing boilers, hot water boilers, thermal liquid heaters, indirect water deaerators, blow-down tanks, storage tanks and boiler room accessories.
One of the main reasons for the Company’s continued growth and success is the reputation established over the years for superior quality, safety, reliability, low-cost operation and maintenance of the Parker Boiler. Safety was the foremost aspect when designing the Parker Boiler, long before modern-day safety regulations were in place. No Parker Boiler has ever experienced an internal explosion, nor has it been possible to induce an explosion under severe testing. The heavy steel welded, flexible construction cannot be surpassed in safety and permits free expansion and contraction due to temperature fluctuations. Thermal shocks are readily absorbed without hazard or damage to the boiler.