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New home and virgin to wood boilers
I recently purchased a ranch style home with approximately 2500 sq ft 1st floor and 2500 sq ft basement. It has 2 Lennox furnaces in the attic (1 for each floor).
I can put a 20x20 inch heat exchanger on the intake side of each furnace and it's about 30 feet down to where my pex would be coming through the basement wall.
My boiler is a mahoning 200 multi fuel and specs at 150,000 btu. It is going to be 150 feet from the house and I was planning two 1 1/4" supply lines and two 1 1/4 return lines to the house. When it enters the house I was planning a manifold then taking seperate 1 1/4 lines to each furnace and also supplying a 20 plate exchanger to the hot water tank off the manifold. Any suggestions?