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  • AlexanderTG AlexanderTG @ 9:18 AM
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    primary secondary schematic

    im converting a system from oil to gas with a high eff boiler that requires primary secondary loopong. does anyone have a link to a good simple diagram i can work off of?
  • kcopp kcopp @ 9:42 AM
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    tell us...

    more about the system... type of radiation, Indirect water heater? There should be something w/ the new boiler......kcopp
  • AlexanderTG AlexanderTG @ 9:48 AM
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    of course

    yes it will have an indiret heater , and has 2 other zones which are baseboard
  • Chris Chris @ 10:01 AM
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    Not to Sound Rude

    But isn't that what the installation manual is for?
    "The bitter taste of a poor installation remains much longer than the sweet taste of the lowest price."
  • AlexanderTG AlexanderTG @ 10:16 AM
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    yeah

    now that you mention it, i didnt a purchase boiler yet, so i dont have a manual. i was thinking about a WM ultra and i havent installed any yet. a friend told me that it requires primary secondary piping. i just like to have a good diagram to go by . something general. i do like your quote cris, im a big believer in that. if only the homeowers around the world would realize that!!
  • Chris Chris @ 10:25 AM
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    Just Pull It

    From the web site. Manual has piping diagrams
    In it. Not a fan of alum HX...
    "The bitter taste of a poor installation remains much longer than the sweet taste of the lowest price."
  • RJ RJ @ 10:40 AM
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    schematics

    on yahoo  look up Taco/HVAC
    RJ
  • AlexanderTG AlexanderTG @ 10:43 AM
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    thanks

    thank you very much
  • Mark Eatherton Mark Eatherton @ 11:34 AM
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    Things you WON'T see in an I&O manual....

    Critical things if you want to avoid ANY potential issues in the future...

    ME
    It's not so much a case of "You got what you paid for", as it is a matter of "You DIDN'T get what you DIDN'T pay for, and you're NOT going to get what you thought you were in the way of comfort". Borrowed from Heatboy.
  • Slimpickins Slimpickins @ 4:25 PM
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    Thanks Mark

    I see these errors in a lot of boilers I service by other companies. The manuals really should point out those critical pipe distances between tee's, 90's etc.
  • SWEI SWEI @ 4:29 PM
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    another reason why

    we like hydraulic separators and low-loss headers.
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