boiler and boilermate piping diagram


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boiler and boilermate piping diagram

I am looking for a good piping diagram for a weil-mclane boiler and an indirect water heater system.There will be 3 zones controlled with zone valves,plus the zone for the heater.Boiler will be a cg-4 with a standing pilot.(80%).Need one that shows expansion tank location,pressure reducer valve,any and all check valves,and any other accessories.Any suggestions where to find something on the internet would be greatly appreciated.Thank you.
 
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indirect

http://www.amtrol.com/pdf/boilermateIO9040-586revC.pdf

Amtrol shows some suggested piping arrangements for their tank. You might be better using a dedicated circulator for the indirect tank so the DHW can be setup for priority over heating.

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Thanks Radioconnection

Thanks so much for the reply.This is just what I was looking for.I can study it all weekend to get familiar with the job.It has to go in a closet and I am not sure I want to tackle it .Thanks again.
 
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Closet installation

Make sure you provide plenty of ventilation in that closet.
Radioconnection is absolutely right about the circulator for the indirect. Using a zone valve will increase the recovery time by a good bit.
 
 

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