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does everything look Okay?
i spent 4 months doing research and mock ups and asking questions and i finally installed a new oil boiler with 3 zones. The picture is what the finished project looks like.
The first pump with the mixing valve is for the radiant heat on zone one
and the other two pumps are for zone two and three respectively.
I connected the supply and return line with closely spaced T's
My question is since i have never actually seen how a real setup looks like in real life or know how it is supposed to work.. does everything in the picture look like it is set up the right way, in the right order?