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    water temp

    Well, it must be cold out today, looked at the control for the radiant loops and it was running 105 degree water. Went out to the bank, truck said it was 12 degrees outside.

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    Had -5 this morning when I started the truck, froze my nose hair instantly! The house is holding 68 with my dinky 60,000 Luxaire TG9, it's cycling on and of like it's 30 out
    A good HVAC tech knows how, an educated HVAC tech knows why!

    DEM


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    i have 0 right now. our high today is supposed to be 5. tonight it is supposed to go down to -20 with a wind chill of around -40. my house was desighned for -5. luckely i have a pellet stove and a wood stove.

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    Lucky dog! I've been wishing for record cold temps to test MY system. I think it's really oversized. 78 kBTU output vs a 27 kBTU requirement at design temps.

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    must be colder out today, water temps up to 107...cant tell from here what its like outside its toasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piedmont user View Post
    Lucky dog! I've been wishing for record cold temps to test MY system. I think it's really oversized. 78 kBTU output vs a 27 kBTU requirement at design temps.
    Oops! These should be kBTU/hr.

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