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  1. #1
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    Twin NTI boilers





    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

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    I would be totally lost! Looks awesome though.
    I will enter His gates with thanksgiving in my heart.

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    Very nice job.

    Are thoese 90degree PVC ok on the exhaust? I would of used the long 90

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    You are learning grasshopper.

    Check out the B&G iso flanges. Adjustable flange with built in checks.

    Use solder isoflanges. Looks better, one less joint to leak.

    Is that a "spirovent" at the bottom?

    Hard to rip the expansion tank piping without proper pics.

    Thought you might need a double check rpz out there.

    Last one I did, I used a TY at the bottom of the intake piping. Worried about condensation forming. Sure enough, got some exhaust sucked back in and moisture got into the pressure switch tubing. Put an adapter and some tubing into the cleanout, seems to have solved the problem.

    Stickers look good.

    2x2 on the manifolds look ..... ok. Paint would help.

    With work like that around, keep the company.
    I love my job, but paydays Thursday

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayguy View Post
    Very nice job.

    Are thoese 90degree PVC ok on the exhaust? I would of used the long 90

    You guys...geez. Short radius has a TEL, and Long radius has a TEL. Looks to me like he is well within the TEL of the entire vent system.

    Let me reiterate because you guys always bash short radius ells. They are FINE as long as you are within TEL of the vent system!

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    By the time we were out the roof

    We had pretty much maxed out the table, but are definately within specs.
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

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    Thumbs up

    apitamy of high tech and clean workmanship, kudos, looks like the customer got what they paid for. Is that AL pex on the radiant side?

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    The orange Kitec is for the radiant, the white pex is done in a header system for domestic hot, cold and hose bibs.
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

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    That's the neatest wall hung install I've seen yet.

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    Update

    Talked to the owner today, he was very happy with his gas bill, 300 bucks for the last month heating 7700 sq. feet, and supplying hot water.
    They also had a couple of gas fireplaces running too.
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

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    Wow! That looks very impressive. You sure do the high end homes.

    With the weather on the island lately that will probably be his biggest gas bill (can't get much colder around here) untill rates go up. Nice work.

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    I am speechless

    Very nice work!
    It's Time To Be Nice To People

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    I see a couple crooked white pex lines, you shoulda straightened them out before taking the pic... No GOOD!!



    That job looks TiTs!!

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