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Recirculation for new Indirect install?
I'm about to install a Smart 60 Indirect WH on my about to be installed TT Solo PTE-110 Boiler. Their application and installation guides seem to suggest a recirculation pump would be a good idea. I like the idea of the benefits of doing this.
My questions is... how would I implement this with my home-run plumbing? I've recently redone all of my plumbing using PEX homeruns to a manifold (that sits in the same utility room as my DHW heater). At this point I'm still down to studs and joists, I can easily run a new return line (or multiple) if necessary.
The house is ~75 wide and the major water fixtures are at either end (kitchen at one end, master bath at the other). The utility room in the basement is smack-dab in the middle of the house. With our current direct fire WH and home-run PEX there is a wait for hot water that I would love to eliminate.
Is recirculation possible in this scenario? If so, what's the ideal way to plumb it?
Thanks in advance for any help!!