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budd company/temro automotive eletro-hydronic boiler

frank85frank85 Posts: 1Member
I have an home Electro hydronic boiler from Budd company temro automotive company model esh 30. I need to change the element heater but I can't find nothing about part about this company. I join a pic of the unit tag. Thanks
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  • Larry WeingartenLarry Weingarten Posts: 990Member ✭✭✭
    From the link...

    ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budd_Company  it looks like Budd Company is unlikely to be able to help you.  I'd look at the element itself and contact someone like Chromalox http://www.chromalox.com/ to see if they make something that will work. Good chance they made the element in the first place. 



    Yours,  Larry
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  • SWEISWEI Posts: 4,992Member ✭✭✭✭
    If you can't find an element

    new electric boilers are not all that expensive.  Many can be ordered with onboard outdoor reset controls, which will improve comfort and save a few bucks on energy.  If you decide to go this route, be sure you size using a proper heat loss calc -- you may well need less than 30 kW.
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  • chris3443343chris3443343 Posts: 1Member
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    Same boiler different problem...



    My boiler seems to keep heating even with no demand, the pump is off, but the water in the boiler keeps kreeping up in temp slowly, it goes over the internal thermostat setting.



    Should the boiler heat the water if there is no demand, or should it be dead/off



    the elements are controlled by a Honeywell R8330A 1001 and 4 relays of which at least one is a Honeywell R8229A 1021 and at least 2 are R822A 1005 (cant identify the last relay)



    Could someone help me test the sequencer and relays?
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