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Picture of a Church job we did..

ScottMP Member Posts: 5,884
I havn't been around in a while so I thought I'd try and posts ome pictures on the new site.

This is a Church that we renovated the boilers at ... and the distrubution piping.

This is what was existing .



  • ScottMP
    ScottMP Member Posts: 5,884
    Here's what we put in..

    Two Lochinvar Knight KBN500

    A Caleffi hydro air seperator

    A Wilo Stratos pump as the primary

    A Wilo Top S as a back-up

    Three Belimo zone valves

    Three Erie zone valves

    A Tekmar 275
  • CC.Rob
    CC.Rob Member Posts: 128

    Very nice work.

    Which model Belimo? Like 'em? Who's the MA distributor?
  • Very, very nice job Mr. Milne,,,

    it`s good to see you posting again! ;-)

    Your impeccable work always stands-out & always shines through!
  • PaulR
    PaulR Member Posts: 25
    Verrrrrry Niiiiiice!

    Nice work Scott.  You seriously need to post that on Knightheatingboiler.com as a registered installer.  I am certain this would be a top contender in their monthly contest.

    All the best from Nebraska,

  • scott markle_2
    scott markle_2 Member Posts: 611

    Very nice. Some questions: Are the Belimo valves just on off zone valves or do they provide flow modulation, seems like a lot of actuator just to open and close a valve. If they do modulate flow what regulates this?

    Why the back up for the Stratos? (with isolation valves) replacing a failed circ should not take very long. If the stratos runs for half as long as it should I would have concerns about the un-exercised back up circ. being frozen by the time it's called into service.

    Also curious about the balancing valves, they look like differential bypass valves, are they designed to maintain consistent flow at variable head pressures? Since the Stratos will maintain constant pressure is this type of balancing valve still necessary?

    This job is a showcase for efficiency improvement. Congratulations.
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