Boiler Replacement Advice Needed


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Old 11-14-05, 12:52 PM
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Boiler Replacement Advice Needed

I am replacing my old boiler with a new NTI Trinity combi boiler. The old zones were piped with 1 1/4 manifold ", the new boiler primary zone is 1". Will this create a problem?
 
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Old 11-15-05, 05:58 PM
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No problem for the 1" primary as it is dedicated for circulation to and from the boiler. The primary is an extention of the boiler. The 11/4 secondary will have to tie into the primary. I have seen many mistakes with new boilers being installed incorrectly so I would suggest making sure the installer knows how to install a primary/seconday system. Here is the link to the instructions see page 10 and start reading from there. Better yet read the whole thing to get a jist of the comlexity to the installation and the risks if it is installed wrong.

http://www.jupiterheating.com/nti-bo...mal-boiler.pdf
 
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Old 10-30-06, 08:38 PM
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we had a trinity boiler installed 2 years ago. We turned it off 1/2 year ago because we were unable to find anyone that could service it.
 
 

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