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    Thank you very much, for the information!

    Thank you very much, for the information!
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    Thank you for your response. I appreciate your...

    Thank you for your response. I appreciate your information.
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    One license was listed for an "Olive Garden"...

    One license was listed for an "Olive Garden" resturant as a boiler licensed for hot water supply. Domestic Hot water heaters are not licensed and regulated, so this is definetly a boiler. My question...
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    My last question concerned the difference between...

    My last question concerned the difference between boilers and hot water heaters. I will repost the question here in hope of receiving an answer from someone willing to help me understand:

    In...
  5. Thread: Boiler Question

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    I would still appreciate a response to my...

    I would still appreciate a response to my question. If you read it, you will see that it has NOTHING to do with the previous questions I asked.

    [U]Please give my questions some understanding, as...
  6. Thread: Boiler Question

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    User,Cagey57; If you read my question, you...

    User,Cagey57;

    If you read my question, you will see that it is valid and worthy of response. Any replies are greatly appreciated
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    Here is a valid question that I have; In going...

    Here is a valid question that I have;

    In going through the TDLR Boiler Records, I have seen many licensed Boilers that are for the purpose of providing domestic hot water. Many laundry centers,...
  8. Thread: Boiler Question

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    I am just going by what an experienced member of...

    I am just going by what an experienced member of the forum stated. If it's not true why did he say it........?
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    This quote by the user; "DeltaT" is one of the...

    This quote by the user; "DeltaT" is one of the main statements that convinced me that boilers for hydronic steam/hot water heat are only installed in older buildings.: DeltaT
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  10. Thread: Boiler Question

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    I have asked and will continue to ask some...

    I have asked and will continue to ask some legitimate questions related to boilers and hydronic heat. I will try and focus more on the technical details. Thank you to all who have contributed so far!
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    I have yet to see any examples of a brand new...

    I have yet to see any examples of a brand new building using the district steam loop posted here.
  12. Thread: Boiler Question

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    Other comments that give me the impression that...

    Other comments that give me the impression that boilers/district steam are no longer installed in new buildings:

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    I asked this question in another thread sometime...

    I asked this question in another thread sometime back. Here was one response which led to my thinking:

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  14. Thread: Boiler Question

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    I have toured several buildings. Those built...

    I have toured several buildings. Those built after 1982; did not utilize hydronic heat.

    I did tour a building built in 1904 that did have boilers for HW heating. Of course that building was over...
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    Buildings built after 1982, do not utilize any...

    Buildings built after 1982, do not utilize any form of hydronic heat, be it on site boilers or district steam. I could show you plenty of older buildings which utilize district steam for space...
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    I have yet to receive a reply on this question;...

    I have yet to receive a reply on this question; "Why is district steam not utilized in newly constructed buildings for space heating?" The buildings that are connected to a city's steam loop always...
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    Thanks for your input. Would viewing a few more...

    Thanks for your input. Would viewing a few more pictures help, with your anaylsis?
  18. Thread: Boiler Question

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    "Piping Mistakes"??? Now I'm curious. I will...

    "Piping Mistakes"??? Now I'm curious. I will attach two other pictures, for you to view. Could you please elaborate on the "mistakes"? Thank you for your interest.362011362021
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    Why do you say that?Please be specific. Having...

    Why do you say that?Please be specific. Having been in this boiler room personally, I can tell you that the water heater is located on the other side of the room. This boiler is connected to a pump...
  20. Thread: Boiler Question

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    Thanks again. I was asking more specifically, if...

    Thanks again. I was asking more specifically, if that type of boiler pictured would normally require an operator, perhaps in your area? Thanks for the clarification.
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    Thanks so much for the info. So, the boiler...

    Thanks so much for the info. So, the boiler pictured, would not need an operator on a daily bases?
  22. Thread: Boiler Question

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    I was refering to the backup heat. Sorry for the...

    I was refering to the backup heat. Sorry for the confusion. I still can't understand why the boiler in my picture does not have an operator. The staff member I spoke to, stated, he knew nothing about...
  23. Thread: Boiler Question

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    [QUOTE=timmy2734;15325661] It's very common for...

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    It's very common for new buildings to use RTU's. QUOTE]

    You just stated exactly was I have been trying to emphasize. New buildings utilize RTUs rather than...
  24. Thread: Boiler Question

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    I am in Dallas, and every new building here...

    I am in Dallas, and every new building here utilizes electric heat strips. Including the building I was an apprentice at. They were 15+ stories tall, and every floor had heatrix boxes. I have read...
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    When you say built in '98 are you refering to the...

    When you say built in '98 are you refering to the building or the boilers themselves??? I didn't say it was uncommon for an old building to put new boilers in.What I did say is that new buildins do...
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