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    I saw the 6" PVC in the pictures and thought you...

    I saw the 6" PVC in the pictures and thought you might have done this, then went back and read your text and confirmed that's exactly what you did, - very clever!!! When the house is cooling some...
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    Neat idea using isolation flanges on one side of...

    Neat idea using isolation flanges on one side of the pumps and one ball valve on the manifold.
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    Looks nice! Cudos to the client for spray...

    Looks nice! Cudos to the client for spray foaming the roof decks in order to use the attic for HVAC. Not so sure I would put a water heater up there, but... lol
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    Check your local code on proximity to operable...

    Check your local code on proximity to operable windows. In NY you can't be under an operable window within 4 feet (among other restrictions). Beyond that, "common sense" dictates that flue gases...
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    That's a really bad answer. Two reasons - 1)...

    That's a really bad answer. Two reasons - 1) Code is code, and 2) what about when they move?

    Never assume that installed equipment will be used as the buyer describes. Assume it will be used...
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    Looks great! The diamond plate is a bit "much" -...

    Looks great! The diamond plate is a bit "much" - I guess you can't win. lol

    When using teh boiler buddy, stop using the supplied decoupler manifold! Needless extra pump!
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    I'll give you a few, based on NYS codes.. ...

    I'll give you a few, based on NYS codes..


    servicable equip needs to be 10' from roof edge or provide railing
    MUA inlet needs to be 10' from exhaust or vent
    continuos welded water tight...
  8. Looks great! Use the outdoor reset control built...

    Looks great! Use the outdoor reset control built in the boiler for the "high temp zone", just need to install the outdoor temp sensor and set up the parameters. You can really maximize efficiency...
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    They gave you goofy connection sizes on those...

    They gave you goofy connection sizes on those units! Looks great.
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    Hey, it's his money I guess! Could be a nice...

    Hey, it's his money I guess! Could be a nice mark-up waiting to happen on a warehouse full of boiler buddies for all I know.
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    Nice looking work! I don't see the point to a...

    Nice looking work!

    I don't see the point to a boiler buddy with a mod/con boiler but that's me. Seems like a really expensive way to decouple primary/secondary loops. Why not just do closely...
  12. Thread: Trane xv95

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    There's a 60 MBH XV 95 in my basement. Good...

    There's a 60 MBH XV 95 in my basement. Good unit. :cheers:
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    That's what I was thinking. Plenty of other...

    That's what I was thinking. Plenty of other things in need of repair in the photos (railing, siding, door jam needs paint), looks to me like the "Doctor" is tighter than two coats of paint. :grin2:
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    Fuzzy logic. If a sub-panel is added to avoid...

    Fuzzy logic. If a sub-panel is added to avoid the "evil" tandem breakers the whole load still goes thru the service panel and service entrance. :whistle: Shoot, you can put two (three, four, etc,...
  15. Thread: Ultra boiler

    by larobj63
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    I have never seen galvanized pipe in any hydronic...

    I have never seen galvanized pipe in any hydronic system, big or small, new or old. :putergreet:

    This install looks good!

    I agree I don't like a circ on end like that, Taco or not, it...
  16. Thread: FARM SHOP GEO

    by larobj63
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    Really nice work! Nice to see such pride and...

    Really nice work! Nice to see such pride and professionalism in an install!
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    Lotta time and money just to avoid "usightly"...

    Lotta time and money just to avoid "usightly" :whistle: RGD's. I'm sure it will look nice, don't get me wrong, but jeesh..

    It's funny, when I build, I may soucre some old ornate cast iron...
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    And thereby eliminating any benifit the tankless...

    And thereby eliminating any benifit the tankless had to begin with. lol

    Sorry, I'm not a big fan of tankless, unless it's a very low usage application where the idle storage time strongly...
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    Looks awesome! Nice house! I'll be building...

    Looks awesome! Nice house! I'll be building within a few years - can't wait! And yes, I know it's a cr@p ton of work! :grin2:

    What name brand radiant manifold is that? I like the look of...
  20. Thread: twin boilers

    by larobj63
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    I'm not 100% sure on Triangle tube either, but I...

    I'm not 100% sure on Triangle tube either, but I suspect they are like most other mod/cons, and I would leave the cascade control to the boiler board in most instances. They will do lead/lag and...
  21. Thread: twin boilers

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    Looks good! Why the Tekmar controls instead of...

    Looks good!

    Why the Tekmar controls instead of just using the internal logic? Don't the Triangle Tubers have expansion/cascade control, outdoor reset, etc? Is there check valves in the parallel...
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    Looks nice! I agree w/ hvacvegas, I always see...

    Looks nice! I agree w/ hvacvegas, I always see PRV's and back flows on a horizontal run. Guess I never questioned whether they could be oriented vertically. I would think the back flow couldn't be...
  23. Thread: Loop Field

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    OP said between 8 to 10 feet deep. We spec...

    OP said between 8 to 10 feet deep.

    We spec HDPE for this application, I'll let the OP chime in if he wants.
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    Chuck - in light of a few recent conversations...

    Chuck - in light of a few recent conversations I've had, including a visit to a boiler manufacturer's plant, I wanted to share something with regards to our discussion of thermal efficiency versus...
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    Thanks!

    Thanks!
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