Munchkin Boiler in a commercial building
Heres a pic of a small commercial building my company did. Yes I know the venting looks like crap, the ceiling tile guys cut part of our venting out the day before startup. This is a 14,000 sq ft well insulated building with all radiant heat in the concrete. I used all electronic I-valves to control water temp to each zone based on outdoor temp. OTHER THAN THE VENTING, let me know what you think... this job was actually a lot of fun to design and build and the owners love the system! In fact, we are replacing the owners personal heating and AC system since his building is cheaper to heat and cool than his 3000sq ft house.
Last edited by Josephs LLC; 07-15-2011 at 03:03 PM.
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That's some nice looking work. Very neat and something to be proud of........except for the venting......
You can't learn a thing with your mouth open.
I swear one of these days I'm goint to redo the venting just because it bothers me so much and take a new pic. It's a big black eye on my artwork, lol.
no offence, but i heard those boilers don't last too long.
Yeah, that purple primer looks like trash, it's a shame they have it as code in some areas.
I saw you ran some mc out of your switches, and into the switches you ran conduit.
Is there a reason for the conduit? I'm looking for myself, not questioning your install.
Every looks extremely nice.
"Better tell the sandman to stay away, because we're gonna be workin on this one all night."
"Dude, you need more than 2 wires to a condenser to run a 2 stage heatpump."
"Just get it done son."
The electrician on site did the wiring. Not sure why he did it the way he did. If everyone would USE PRIMER than we wouldn't have to use that crappy purple primer! I really hesitated to put this pic up just because of the venting.
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