Wiring an Aquastat and 2 Zone Valves to a oil fired boiler

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Old 09-23-05, 09:11 AM
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Wiring an Aquastat and 2 Zone Valves to a oil fired boiler

Hello Everyone,

Iam trying to find the proper way to wire a honeywell Type LA409B Aquastat, 2 Honeywell 8918 Zone valves, and 2 thermostats all to a Weil-McLain oil fired boiler.......with a Grundfos Type UP 15-42 B5 Circulating Pump.

I pretty much want to be able to control the temperatures of the basement, and the upstairs seperately. but also want the aquastat to run so as to maximize the unspent HOT water sitting idle in the boiler. My boiler , when satisfied, shuts down the circ pump. I want it to run on until the water temp in the boiler goes down to 100 degrees. Thanks in advance for any help

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Old 09-23-05, 05:58 PM
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Part numbers

I can't find either the aquastat or zone valve numbers on Honeywell's web site or in any of my catalogs. If you are sure those are the right numbers, I suggest checking with local supply houses & ask if they will make you a copy of the paper work which comes with the parts.
 
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Grady, would pictures help you? I can take some, and e-mail them? Thanks for the reply tho


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They may help, certainly can't hurt. If you can host them (Yahoo or elsewhere) & provide a link that would be great.
 
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http://www.honeywell.ca/water-controls/

this link is for the V8043C Zone valve

I had taken the wrong number

The aquastat number is correct, its just probably an older one lol

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