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Can you sufficiently heat up a 60 gallon superstore with high limit at 160 degrees?
I have a customer with an old weil mclain 68. 3 zone valves. 8124A.
He INSISTS on his boiler limits to be 140 - 160 being sufficient to heat his house. He has a hot water coil which is pretty much done. He wants to add 60 gallon superstore.
He has told me other contractors who have come to his home to give him an estimate had told him there is a way to keep the settings at 140 -160 for the heat and make the boiler run to 180 only for the hot water heater.
I have been in the business for 10 years. Scratching my head......Is there something I am missing?.....I am pretty sure there is not. I think maybe his best bet is 8148 or even fuel smart hydrostat 160-180?? Any suggestions? Almost don't want this job.