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Primary / Secondary Basics
Hi all ,
I have a question regarding the attached sketch. Since the loops are " hydraulically disconnected " won't the secondary heat exchanger loop flow like a Ferris Wheel regardless of which pipe is entering first ? Even it is reversed from the flow in the primary pipe it should flow backward in the main. I have all of the books but when talking with others on this issue they act as though the fluid needs to " slinky " in the first pipe and if it can't do that than it must be wrong. I say that either way the only thing that matters for their purpose is to cool the fluid between the branches and either way the result is the same , if not better the way that we have it. Thanks for replies.
Burnham MST 396 , control by a wirenut , 60 oz gauge , Tigerloop , Firomatic Check Valve , Volume Damper in Flue Pipe , 1 1/2 skim tapping , Mcdonnell Miller 67 lwco
Surgemaster Cleaning Treatment
Comming Soon : Microcontroller Based Control System , Programming in Progress