When I cook spaghetti, when water is boiling, I keep the gas burner low, any more heat will create flame that "licks" outside of the pot and is lost as heat.Originally posted by simpleman
I doubt it.By reducing the radiant heat and the convectiveOriginally posted by cn
Adjusting OUTPUT temp down to 125F (from 145F) should save some gas (I will give a follow-up post later in the winter).
[Edited by cn on 10-20-2006 at 03:13 PM]
transfer to the hx to me would increase the gas bill.
This why I ask what were the readings on the flame side.
No worry..If you're happy then so be it.
Of course there is the "recommended" temp rise of 45-75F in the mfg manual, and my HVAC tech adjusted to 60F temp rise (65 Home temp + 60 rise= OUTPUT temp of 125F).
What do the pro's in this forum adjust their customer's gas furnace OUTPUT temp to? Just curious!