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    COOL!

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    hmm/valves at the pumps--flow checks do not hold----well they look easy enough where you don,t need the other valve plenty of room to drain into a bucket

    [Edited by oil-2-4-6-gas on 10-09-2003 at 10:21 PM]

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    Hey tri city do you use fresh water make up on your systems?
    What is the heating the water? that is a weird looking boiler.

    copper looks good.

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    main boilers

    these boilers feed 9 hydro air handlers, 2 garage hydronic heaters, a indoor heated pool, 100 gallon domestic indirect hot water heater and a dehumidification system for the pool
    http://www.imagewiz.net/images/hvac/...front_view.jpg

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    Very good Idea. Looks like a craftsman did that work.

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    Originally posted by pdr
    Hey tri city do you use fresh water make up on your systems?
    What is the heating the water? that is a weird looking boiler.

    copper looks good.
    I know that it is an hydro-air air handler in the picture. Our company has been installing more and more of these.
    I like them. It is hard to ween Vermonters away from HOT water heat so this is the best of both worlds.

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    Hmm Wean people from hydronic heat???

    I thought the goal was to wean everyone from forced air........

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    Beautiful work , makes a pipefitter proud to see that.

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    Nice Rack.

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    Very nice! Is there any kind of di-electric fitting where the copper meets the steel in the first pic?

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