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Upgrading to Trinity Ti150 Boiler Question
I've installed a few in similar situations to yours. We designed the piping at the near boiler network to allow us to close off the boiler and flush out the old system with a couple of well-placed valves, drain valve, etc. Somewhat like a loop for a water softener bypass network. I don't have capability here to post diagrams, but with a little thought and a hand full of fittings & valves, it can be done. I used Webstone Isolator valves with drain ports to accomplish part of the flushing network. I also install a strainer with isolating valves on these systems to catch any debris that may break loose or not get flushed away. The valves allow access to the filter for preventative maintenance cleaning.
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