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The effects of condensate
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Can someone explain how to neutralize condensate from a high efficiency boiler. I am considering a high efficiency combi boiler for a tenant apartment but worried on the effects it will have on the cast iron drain pipes.
A neighbor recently had one put in but the condensate line just drips into a drain. I asked how he neutralizes the condensate but he didn't know so hence the question on this site.
Is draining the condensate straight to a drain acceptable? I don't want to rip out my basement floor to replace corroded pipe. I'll stick to a 85% cast iron boiler and a indirect.
Any assistance is greatly appreciated.