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Finally began installing Burnham MST w/indirect tank
Thanks to ALL of you for guiding me with my questions throughout the winter in preparation for my switch out. I finally got the ol' 1950 HB Smith moved out and partially installed a new Burnham MST 396 with a SuperStor 40 indirect water tank. I don't have the steam connected yet...just the header and shut-offs. I did connect the domestic and BOY what a difference in the hot water~!!! My wife is VERY happy. THANK YOU!
In my ongoing questions: I currently have the boiler set at 150 degrees with a 10 degree differential and the tank set to bring the pump on at 130 degrees. Do you think this is the best way t run the system? I've read a little bit about COLD STARTING. Would this be an even greater saving? Should I wire it that way. If I should, how do you wire it up for cold starting. If it makes a difference, there are 3 of us, son to be 4 of us and showers are daily. THANKS MUCH.....Joe