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Posted by Dave on November 30, 2005 at 11:26:38:
In Reply to: Re: To HeatPro and Joe Brix posted by Heatpro on November 30, 2005 at 11:17:22:
: No need to put the buffer tank in a difficult position. The primary loop you now have is good enough with a buffer tank in it anywhere. There is no magic in moving it a few feet that would improve efficiency.
+++Sorry HeatPro, I didn't see this post until I had already responded to the later post. So you recommend leaving the storage tank in series with the boiler? Will there be alot of losses through the heat exchanger of the boiler when the burner is off but the circulator is moving water through the boiler?
Also, you had said that any condensation from running colder water through the boiler should quickly dry up when the burner fires, right?
However, if I leave the boiler controls set the way they are, the boiler should fire when the temp gets down to about 150, I guess. Do you still recommend removing the low temp bypass? It just seems to cloud the whole issue.
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