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  1. #14
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    on picture #5 i do not see a drip leg. the jobs do look nice and clean

  2. #15
    It is b-vented in an old fireplace chimney. Previous company had busted out block to bring in basement. No i personally did not verify venting with an analyzer, pm techs do that on the tune ups. Its been sitting there for two years now and from what i understand its fine. Wouldve had to change if not.Sometimes our techs find issues like that and we always repair

  3. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    on picture #5 i do not see a drip leg. the jobs do look nice and clean
    Thanks for the compliment and youre right on the dripleg! Not sure what else to say. Stuff like that doesnt often happen

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    Looks like some nice clean work...wish we had some more guys like you at our shop....
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    [QUOTE=gravity;13111991]with your boiler;
    - pumping into expansion tank...not good.
    - pump is on return side...should be on supply and pumping away from expansion tank

    thats from pumping away - Dan holohan thats cool people actually read his stuff. (-: The pump is always installed after the expansion tank because of the 0 pressure change. highly recommend the book.
    he even says in his book that a lot of boiler manufactures say to put it in the return, which is incorrect.
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  6. #19
    Where do i find the book? Literally been installing 14 years and have had FEW issues. If I can do something better im definitely interested

  7. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by tunnel_rat View Post
    Looks like some nice clean work...wish we had some more guys like you at our shop....
    Thank you sir

  8. #21
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    Great installation.
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  9. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangesummer View Post
    Where do i find the book? Literally been installing 14 years and have had FEW issues. If I can do something better im definitely interested
    i found the book at amazon.ca its online only took a few weeks, worth every penny.

    Pumping away- and other really cool piping options for hydronic systems by Dan Holoham
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    And doing it all the time.

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    how do you do

    you are right

  11. #24
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    The installs look nice! I imagine he has B vent piping inside the chimney. The barometric is only required if the venting is a certain height. Those are A grade installs.

  12. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by B1978 View Post
    The installs look nice! I imagine he has B vent piping inside the chimney. The barometric is only required if the venting is a certain height. Those are A grade installs.
    please explain

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