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  1. #1
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    would like some feedback

    Dual W/M 155 Ultra's 5 zones of hydroair and W/M 119 DHW Tank





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    Nice install. Only thing I can see wrong, is the pressure reliefs should be in the upright position.

    But I'm sure some others will find more things wrong.

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    I think the relief vlvs are fine. thats a nice install! what is that under the window...exchanger? never seen one of them before

    id be worried about somebody accidentally knocking out one of those support bricks under the boilers.
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    Thanks
    Its a Caleffi Hydro separator

    here is the description on it
    The HydroLink primary/secondary piping package can be used with low-mass boilers serving multicircuit hydronic systems. The device combines a hydronic separator and distribution manifold. It merges the attributes of a low-loss header with isolated secondary circuits in one out-of-the-box unit, which results in guaranteed flow through the boiler to prevent flashing or hot spots and minimum Delta P drop between each secondary circuit to ensure accurate flow. The HydroLink provides a low pressure loss zone, enabling both primary and secondary circuits to be hydraulically independent of one another. The unit operates at a maximum working pressure of 100 psi, and with maximum liquid temperatures of 240F. The HydroLink is packaged in a painted, welded steel body with an insulation jacket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Profiler View Post
    I think the relief vlvs are fine. thats a nice install! what is that under the window...exchanger? never seen one of them before

    id be worried about somebody accidentally knocking out one of those support bricks under the boilers.
    Our boilers would fail for the reliefs being in the horizontal position. I thought that was national code. Am I wrong?

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    very nice neat work!

    I just don't like OSB; a job like that deserves ac plywood stained to highlight the work!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Profiler View Post
    I think the relief vlvs are fine. thats a nice install! what is that under the window...exchanger? never seen one of them before

    id be worried about somebody accidentally knocking out one of those support bricks under the boilers.

    the boilers are also bolted to 2x4 behind the OSB

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac248 View Post
    very nice neat work!

    I just don't like OSB; a job like that deserves ac plywood stained to highlight the work!!


    Yea the contractor put the wall up for us

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    I think it looks great. Shows you have pride in what you do.

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    Looks great. Was the homeowner upset with all the wall space you used up?
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    looks great..would be proud of that also. Prediction: Will have junk piled upon in in 6 months ..your wall of pride piping becomes a place to hang life vest and fishing tackle in 9 months..

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    The basement is about 40 X 100 and the utility room is 20x30 need to use it for storage

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    Perfect , i would be concered about the blocks though. Awsome job
    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

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