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Summer winter hookup / indirect water heater / conventional electric hot water heater
Hey, I have a burnham RSA110 oil boiler with a summer winter hookup, and I wanted to attach a electric hot water heater to it. The plan is put a circulator pump on it and have the potable water pass through the existing coil of the summer winter hookup built into the boiler. Indirect water heater tanks seem pricey and I don't understand why I would need to have a tank with another coil in it to heat the potable water. I would love to turn this boiler off out of season and just use the electric to cut heating costs.