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cold start or maintain temp?

bp1980bp1980 Posts: 5Member
Hello I wanted some info on what is best in my situation. I have a biasi b-10 4 oil boiler with a indirect water heater set to 120 degrees, a hydrolevel aquastate set to 160 low limit, 180 high limit, and the purge set on. Before I had it at low limit off and high limit at 180. Its a 2 zone house and wanted to know what is best setup for this boiler during the winter and summer months? Is it better to maintain or to set it up as a cold start ?. The boiler is also 6 months old. Am I gonna save more money on oil having it maintain or having it cold start? Thanks
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  • russiandrussiand Posts: 67Member
    Cold start

    Those are designed to run cold, turn off the low limit and save fuel.
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  • earl burnermannearl burnermann Posts: 126Member
    cold start

    My Biasi is heating three zones; Two are for heat and the third is for the indirect. My system is cold start.
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