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Posted by David on February 05, 2006 at 07:33:04:
In Reply to: Re: wiring boiler/ergomax in my situation posted by HeatPro on February 05, 2006 at 04:19:18:
Yes, this was the reason for the change of the household circuits return header from the upper manifold as it was originally. Adam hasn't followed the progression through this design for a year, it was new to him. Now you have the same situation as when the manifolds were on the upper piping before doing anything with the same problems as you list below.
+++I'm sorry, but when we met with the problem of the zones overheating, you were away, and when I spoke with Adam, i voiced my concerns about piping the tees next to eachother. He said this was the way it was alwys done with the ergomax in series with boiler.
If we kept piping as it currently is and added heat manager, would we run into substantial problems in operation/efficiency? The thought of having this plumber come back for a third time...I don't think he'd do it.
If I were able to persuade him, would the balancing valve go on the 1.5" manifold pipe to supply header? Is that balancing valve the same thing as a "circuitsetter" valve? Return wouldn't need it as supplies have checkvalves...right?
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