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    WALL O' PIPING

    Some piping I did for a commercial account. I worked from a basic diagram from the engineer and came up with the layout for the piping.
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    Nice work.
    Zach

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    how am I supposed to know where those valves control, if your not going to put theSHARPIE TO THEM



    LOVE THE STAND-OFFS

    nice-clean
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    But the pipes don't go anywhere


    Looks nice so far.
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    That's an expensive piece right there with all those belimos and copper clamps. Nice job.

    Why the circuit setters on the bypass?

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    Looks good
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    WOW!!!!!!!!
    How long did it take?
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    Wow...lemme guess the hours invested...3 1/2

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    Nice work, looks like a lot of fun

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    Looks Good
    GO DAWGS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BergerMech Rob View Post
    That's an expensive piece right there with all those belimos and copper clamps. Nice job.

    Why the circuit setters on the bypass?
    I spoke with the engineer about that. His explanation was that the bypass circuit setters are there because they were worried about the bypass loops having less resistance than the hot water coils and not receiving proper flow.
    I said OK your the engineer. I personally would have just done a primary secondary loop with 007's or a comparable Grundfoss. Lot less expensive and no balance issues.

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    Damn son looks good! You design homes too?
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    wow...thats like a peice of artwork...great job!!!!

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