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Posted by Justin on November 17, 2005 at 14:28:40:
In Reply to: Re: Getting boiler to operate more efficiently posted by ron on November 17, 2005 at 10:37:55:
Thats exactly what I did. If either thermostat calls for heat it turns on the corresponding circulator and only fires the boiler if the reset controller says the water needs to be heated. So, if both thermostats are up to temp the boiler will never fire up. The only down side I can see is when it is time to fire back up, the water throughout the system will be quite a bit cooler making the boiler run longer to get back up to temp. Does this sound like the best way to operate?
Thanks for your reply!
: The responses post is all great information. I would add to this that I would get a multi-zone relay and wire it so the boiler shuts off at the end of a call for heat. The OD reset sounds as if it is maintaining the boiler temp all the time. This is a huge waste of fuel. Cold start and allow the od reset to do it's job after that.
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