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Any way to configure a WM ECO 110 to the output of a ECO 70

Harold
Harold Member Posts: 249
I am installing a Weil-Mclain ECO 110. This boiler size is sufficient for the total load of the house (a whole bunch of not used stuff). The actual parts of the house that need heat are less than half of the output capability of the 110 boiler.

Is there any way to make an ECO 110 to behave like it is a ECO 70?
hot_rod

Comments

  • Maybe a buffer tank would reduce short-cycling with an oversized boiler.
    When you say a whole bunch of not used stuff, do you mean areas which will not need heat at all? Have you calculated the heat loss of the habitable parts only?—NBC
  • flat_twin
    flat_twin Member Posts: 318
    1st or 2nd series WM Eco 110
  • Harold
    Harold Member Posts: 249
    2nd
  • flat_twin
    flat_twin Member Posts: 318
    The 1st series 70 and 110 were almost identical other than the gas valve /venturi assembly. Not so with the 2nd series.
  • Harold
    Harold Member Posts: 249
    Thanks.