The Arguably Improperly Designed Hydronics System

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Old 12-19-13, 07:20 AM
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Figure 4 is correct and what we stated to you many posts ago...........

Your friend may not be knowledgeable in piping with old style tanks is all....
 
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Mike, I think you are being kind... must be the 'season'?

I would have ended that sentence much earlier:

Your friend may not be knowledgeable.
 
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I don't think there's really any argument, but there is a lot of good info in the B&G documents. After all, they are the ones that pretty much did the huge majority of the development of modern hydronic heating.

Anyone that wanted to learn hydronics would be well advised to start their education with the material from B&G.

I'm wondering if Matt plans to come back and tell us the outcome of repiping the tank to the proper point on the system...
 
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Yes, inquiring minds want to know........
 
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