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There is a new note on HTP Elite Piping instructions.
This summer I am going to finally fix the boiler piping on our home here. As I read the HTP Elite piping instructions/suggestions I see a new note (among others) that I have not seen in any of my pre-work for this project. The note starts as follows:
<strong> 5.</strong> <strong> System flow (secondary loop) should be greater than the boiler primary loop flow.</strong>
My installation here is actually a Munchkin 140M, and the Vision 1 drawings do not have such a note, but just trying to learn, does anybody have any idea what in the heck are they talking about? Proper primary/secondary hydraulic separation should make the various loops in a system unaware of flow differences, right? Am I perhaps missing something? Page 23 of the attached HTP Manual is included for context.