baseboard heat


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Old 01-30-10, 12:16 PM
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baseboard heat

I had an gas fired boiler 110,000 btus and a stand alone gas fired 60 gallon water heater. I installed a new Triangular Tube solo 110,000 btu gas fired boiler with indirect water heater. I know how to set the parameters and how it runs with outside sensor. I have the boiler set at 186f and low point 150f, this is higher than the original setting.
If the water comes out of boiler around 186 what temperature would i expect to see coming out of my baseboard??
I measure around 150 tops. Is this right or should it be higher?
 
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Old 01-30-10, 12:33 PM
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What do you mean by coming out of your baseboards? Do you mean the temperature of the baseboard itself or the return temperature at the boiler?
 
 

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