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Introducing my upstairs boiler
OK, this is my followup from this thread:
I sized the radiators for this system with the following results:
179.5 SF of radiation x 240 net BTUH = 43,080 total BTUH load
The boiler is a 1 year old Burnham Independence by US Boiler Co. Model #PIN5SNI-ME2.
It *appears* to have an input of 140,000 BTUH. I couldn't understand the numbers on the name plate, but I've attached photos of them.
I'm attaching a PDF of photos of all the radiators and of the boiler, burner and piping.
1) does anything look WRONG, should be fixed?
2) Is this boiler over or undersized? Is it installed correctly?
3) can I extend the system to add 2 radiators to a small addition (say approx 25 sf rad to a bedroom and 15 sf rad to a bathroom); and also add 2 radiators to the attic (say approx 25 sf in one bedroom and 40 sf in another room)?
Thanks in advance.