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Fixing a POORLY installed new Weil McLain steam boiler

GasperGasper Member Posts: 137
A LGB 10 is brand new, but the piping is awful.  Only 4" header, bullheaded tee from 2-4" risers.  no equalizer, no hartford loop, return tied in above the water line, etc.  Symptons.....water hammer, gushing water at vents, etc.  The main question is....even if the boiler is re-piped 100% properly I think it is way oversized.  It is feeding steam coils.(I am working on sizing).  However the building has changed (used to be a theatre........now ther are some offices, being heated by forced air furnaces).  Is there any way I can make an oversized boiler work?  I highly doubt the supplier will swap out for a smaller boiler.  And no I did not do the install.  But I may be hired to fix it (I may not want the job if you know what I mean).   Thank You  

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