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    Viessmann Vitodens 200 with Infloor Constant Circulation

    Here's one of our latest projects. My only regret was the customer insisted on using OSB on the wall.

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    Nicely done.

    How many zones and how many different temps?
    I love overtime I just hate working for it.

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    There's a lot going on there! Nice work.

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    Nice, what is that control?

    I hate OSB as well.

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    That is a Honeywell AQ 2000

    I don't like the OSB either, but the customer is always right

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    The biggest problem I see is your going to have poor flow with all the valves closed lol, very nice, that's the jobs I like to do.

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    Im sorry but I'm actually jealous, I'd like a job like that.

  8. #8
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    Fantastic work. I would love to do some pipe work like that
    America; first we fight for our freedom,
    then we make laws to take it away.

    -Alfred E Newman

  9. #9
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    Very nice and I love to see people take pride in there work!

  10. #10
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    Nice

    Nice, neat work. Beautiful piping. Are you using CPVC for the combustion air intake as well? It is hard to tell from the photo. - DF

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirjames View Post
    Nicely done.

    How many zones and how many different temps?
    8 zones (3 basement concrete slab, 3 main floor thin-slab, 1 garage concrete slab, 1 snow melt front porch)

    Luckily only one temperature. We either use a Honeywell mixing valve to reduce temps, or an injection pump. The Honeywell AQ controller takes care of all the work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    Im sorry but I'm actually jealous, I'd like a job like that.
    I enjoy them as well. We usually get about 5 a year. This one was the largest yet.

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    Because of the indirect storage tank for dhw, we need higher temp PVC pipe in Canada? So the exhaust is CPVC and intake in PVC dwv.

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