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  1. #1
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    Mar 2003
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    Indirect water heater job from last year

    Haven't posted on this wall for a while, here goes!! This system is in a care facility for seniors. The problem was they were not able to keep up with the hot water demands and were replacing storage tanks every year. There are 2 large hydrotherm modular boilers that heat this building, 7 burners for each boiler. 3 burners on one of the boilers are designated for heating the domestic water. I did this job in July of last year. Enjoy.

    existing system, these tanks were installed in approx. 1999. 4 100 gallon storage tanks


    existing system used parallel piping


    the domestic water was heated through this heat exchanger. The 3 boiler burners would heat the water to the heat exchanger with gravity convection.


    New system, 3 smart 120 indirect water heaters. This is the first project that we used smart water heaters from triangle tube and I have no complaints.




    We isolated each indirect as its own zone with it's own boiler burner so if anything happens with one, we can isolate and bypass it.

  2. #2
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    I wish nursing homes down here in FL looked that clean...

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by BergerMech Rob View Post
    I wish nursing homes down here in FL looked that clean...
    Thanks. Whoever originally built this mech. room took a lot of pride in their work. I like to think whatever I touch in there I keep it looking just as good.

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