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Primary/ secondary piping

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Ted_9
Ted_9 Member Posts: 1,718
That's a nice set up because the return water from the first set of tees wont cool down the second set of tees.

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  • mike faust
    mike faust Member Posts: 58
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    My company is Installing a replacement boiler. It has two existing zones. Zone #1 in concrete floor radiant. Zone #2 Aluminum finned baseboard. We wish to close the radiant loop and control its temp. The question is piping and circulator locations for the two seperate zones using a primary/ secondary type set-up. Is their anyone who can help me by supplying a piping diagram?
  • ALH_4
    ALH_4 Member Posts: 1,790
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    Diagram

    Page 4 of this Application Brochure shows this arrangement.
  • bobbyg_2
    bobbyg_2 Member Posts: 139
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    A good wholesaler will be able to provide you with specific information about your piping if you give him/her enough information. Can the wholesaler who provided the boiler help you out?
  • mike faust
    mike faust Member Posts: 58
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    Yes the wholesaler can provide information and assistance. The info I recieve on the wall always gives me some great ideas and plans for action. Thanks guys!!!!!
  • mike faust
    mike faust Member Posts: 58
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    Hey Andrew,

    On the diagram you sent to me how crucial is circulator placement on the primary side, still pump away from the air seperation and expansion tank. And does the DHW need a circ? Why the balance valve???????
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