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What outdoor reset control is best

what Boiler.. you say staple up. Plates. or no.
I like the Taco i series valves. cost effective and resetable...a lot will depend on the boiler.kpc

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  • bruce_21
    bruce_21 Member Posts: 241

    I'm talking with a customer who is building his own house (on a short budget), I want to do an od reset for him if I can get it into his budget. It will be staple up. There are three different zones: upstairs bedrooms with a relatively high load, directly below these rooms another bedroom and study with less surface area exposed and lower load, living room and kitchen open plan with high ceilings and lots of glass. I expect each different space will require a different water temp in the tubing and am leary of the cost of 3 say Stadler mixing units. Is there a simple, maybe not super perfect, but functional way to control and operate this system?
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