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  1. #1
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    Recent jobsites

    Some heating systems, and an AC system that we have installed. The first two show heating systems where one boiler is wall mounted, and the other is supported by unistrut instead. Sometimes I find it's easier to anchor pipes, pumps, etc. on a few lengths of unistrut then it is to make a bunch of hangers and screw them into the wall.

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    Here's a heating/cooling system with a steam humidifier in the return duct.


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    This is one of the few oil heating systems that we do in a year.

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    Good lookin installs. Thx for sharing.

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    Nice install, better yet nice clean plant room.

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    very good looking piping

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    I wish we had space like that for installs, I'm usually crammed in a 2' or less crawlspace. Good looking work though.

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    what type of riello is on the boiler i have worked on a F3 F5 and a BS3 is the cover just painted to match the boiler

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    Real nice. In the last pic, what's with that 6x6 block column the owner installed? Is it hiding a round lally column?
    Always here

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    Thank you for the replies. As for the Peerless boiler picture, it was a Riello F3 burner that can be ordered to match the color of the boiler it is sold with. It's the same with Burnham, Buderus, and I'm sure other brands. The 6" by 6" column was there to support the fireplace threshold, and it probably had a lally column inside but I can't remember for certain.
    Jtrammel, I definately had room to work on these job's which is so much better then crawlspace, attic, and tight closet space work. Unfortunately, up here in Maine we have our fair share of crawlspaces too, ranging from somewhat uncomfortable to completely miserable. I'll save the pictures of that work for the wall of shame, or better yet, not show them ever.

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    Very professional looking jobs. Would you perhaps be a union pipe-fitter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjett View Post
    Very professional looking jobs. Would you perhaps be a union pipe-fitter?
    Nah he's better than that
    i belong to peta ... people eating tasty animals. all my opinions are just mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpb2 View Post
    Nah he's better than that
    Same thought went through my mind

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    Good looking installs! there is some good talent out there!

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