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    Quote Originally Posted by nyrb View Post
    Below is how we typically see tower bypass installed in multiple tower systems. Single valve means less potential problems in my opinion.
    Yes, I either wanted to tack it on the end like this one or just move it all the way back into the plant.
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    Found a picture. Also found many more worth posting when I get time.

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    Oooopsie.

    Maybe piping for a future boiler/chiller or whatever?
    If you were a real tech, you'd solder a relay on that board and call it good to go.

    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

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    I didn't read all the reply's & looked quickly and it seems there are regulating control butterfly valves on each tower so the pump size would be a concern to me if it's a constant speed pump. And it depends on how the towers are sequenced for water temperature control. If the same constant speed control is running but the butterfly valves are sequencing shut base on supply temperature, or what ever someone designed, then the pump head is going to go crazy as each tower throttles down if the pump was sized for all three tower running water through their piping systems..
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