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Closely Spaced Tees - maybe not?
Is my primary/secondary transition piping done right? From what I've researched, the closely spaced tees between p/s loops are not correct.
Just installed a Burnham Alpine 105 to replace oil unit. Noticed high volume of short cycling. Also had problem getting/maintaining heat on colder days (0 - 20 degrees). Contractor had USBoiler rep check it out and he changed some of the modulation parameters (now starts at lower mod and works up vs. starting at highest). That helped solve the short cycling but I still have problem with reaching demand heat. I asked the rep if he thought that piping might be wrong and he said that he wasn't the "piping police" - figured he didn't want to throw his customer under the bus. Contractor is a good guy and would change it if necessary but has no clue if it would make a difference - kinda just shrugged his shoulder. I'm think it needs fixing.