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Desuperheating for DHW

I see a product from Olive Tree Energy called a ZeroEnergy Water Heating System. Any experience with these or similar products. Is it a good concept? Maybe one of these added to an indirect tank and electric backup so you can turn the boiler off for the summer.

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  • ZmanZman Posts: 4,402Member
    The concept is great. It is proven and largely underutilized technology.
    I am not sure I am sold on Olive Tree's insistence that a thermosyphon is better that pumps and controls.



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  • jumperjumper Posts: 1,221Member
    Worked well as DHW preheater before code requiring double wall. When that requirement came in desuperheater-heater became more expensive and produced lower temperature.

    Presumably code requirement won't apply to CO2 refrigerant?
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