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Nron

Joined on September 30, 2004

Last Post on September 4, 2005

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@ September 4, 2005 9:30 PM in Buderus Infomobile Is Coming to N&S Supply!

and again when are you coming to western canada , is it to cold here ?

@ September 4, 2005 9:28 PM in Burnham MPO Traveling Truck

what Canada to cold ?

vision pro th

@ September 4, 2005 9:22 PM in vision pro thermostats

haveing some problems with the new thermostats getting them to run the fan only on a unico system . it came with an update to control the system fan from the th. but it doesnt seem to work does anyone have the electrical drawing for the system using the new directions this would help ar Ill have to wait untill tuesday as monday is a hoiliday here

50-75

@ August 25, 2005 8:04 PM in Small solar/boiler indirect tank

50-75 gal size for the Aeroso Indirect tanks these are stainless steel , but no port for cleaning so use a water softener , and have two coils but only 1 aquastat control port

50-75

@ August 25, 2005 8:02 PM in Small solar/boiler indirect tank

> has the DC-80...dual coil, its 80 gallons though.
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@ August 25, 2005 7:47 PM in KNIGHT Literature

interesting it looks like the trinity or munchkin boiler to me with the changes to the box and control system , is this correct ?

@ August 25, 2005 7:37 PM in KNIGHT Literature

> Just wanted to let you guys know that you can
> download all operational manuals and spec sheets
> for the KNIGHT boiler at-
> http://www.lochinvar.com/product.asp?cat=B&cls=ALL
> &prod=KBN080&ln=KBN
>
> or by accessing the
> Lochinvar website at www.lochinvar.com
>
> Ike

hwt size ?

@ July 4, 2005 10:39 PM in Shrunken system

What size of indirect is that never seen one smaller that 40 gal

before you restart

@ June 23, 2005 11:44 PM in Poor Radiant Installation - HELP!

before you make any changes to the home get a proper heat loss done on the home. It will tell how much heat is required in each room , them look at type of system to work with , staple up or joist trac or maybe baseboard might be required , or even a combination of them for certain areas. hope this helps keep us posted Ron

baseboard

@ June 23, 2005 11:25 PM in radiant baseboard

Have used Rescom basseboard with great success no expantion noise is made in canada and is 7x1 and has an output of 460 btu at 180 F

email address for Ziggy

@ June 1, 2005 8:52 PM in Email address

The one on the web site will not respond

Radiant guys in toronto area

@ May 7, 2005 12:05 AM in Radiant guys in toronto area

Got a call from client in the toronto area is looking for a good radiant heating guy , he is too far away for me to help Im in calgary please contact me on my email to recive information on monday

Hydropulse

@ April 24, 2005 11:41 AM in hydropulse

have a 100 hydrotherm boiler boiler cant seem to get more than a pop out of the combustion chamber , have gas, spark and air , though the air coming from the exhaust is only a light breeze , the unit only has a pressure switch and a timer that the spring has broken off of , the venting is only an 1 1/2 pipe and the unit is 100 mbh, tried to flush combustion chamber and it will build pressure before water runs out the lower exhaust vent , have checked the hydrotherm web site and they list the newer stlye but not this one is about 20 years old.

EMF

@ April 2, 2005 10:02 AM in EMF

Has anyone heard of electric radaint floors causeing health problems with electomagnetic frequencies being to hign when operating in large areas , the question was posted at healthy heating .com RBs web site is there a safe limit? if so what is it? how do you test for EMF?

Solar

@ March 15, 2005 1:27 AM in Solar radiant heat

Depending n where you are a so;ar colector 4x8 can collect from 10-25mbh per day , what will you heat with at night large mass storage tanks can help and solar can save you money but is limited in the winter time for solar heateing if you make it big enough for the winter what will do with the heat in the summer months , somethings to think about the solar can get to 300 F

@ March 3, 2005 10:48 PM in have been out of the loop

there are some courses that teach you how to price according to materials , but i would start with a smaller job ,you don't want to loose your shirt at the starting gate. maybe offer to do a cost + job here materials labour paid on a weekly basis , as there are usally lots of changes in these homes , would be fair to bolth parties you get paid for time and materials and it allows them to stop if budget runs short

where is mike

@ March 3, 2005 10:42 PM in TEKMAR tN4

Hi mike I am in calgary where are you ?

tekmar

@ March 3, 2005 10:41 PM in TEKMAR tN4

looks good ill sign up tomorrow thanks for the heads up ,have to keep up or slide back into the dark ages

propress pro-cons

@ March 3, 2005 10:27 PM in Pro press

Iwould like feed back on pro press fitting good or bad ?and sizes of fittings and what type are out there ,tee 90 ,45 bushings mips ?

radiant heating-cooling systems

@ February 8, 2005 1:56 PM in Radiant heating -cooling

The science is always changing and adapting to enviromental standards take a look at the artical at pm engeeneering http://www.pmengineer.com/CDA/ArticleInformation/features/BNP__Features__Item/0,2732,135227,00.html

@ February 7, 2005 2:41 AM in Another steam boiler that has seen its best days

whats the coil of copper for ?

valve?

@ February 7, 2005 2:38 AM in Need to identify a part!

it looks like a plug valve that you would see on on old gas cock , built like a wedge to slow heat but never sttop it completly like an isolation valve , only ever seen one back in the 1980's. oops im dating myself now
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