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Aquastat For Boiler heater.
I have an old oil fired boiler in my basement. It heats the house and it also does hot water. My wife and I decided we wanted electric hot water so I installed it. At the same time I gutted the old boiler and replaced the pump/burner with a Beckett Genisys 7505 pump/burner. It works great for heating the house, but I'm beginning to realize that I need something to control the Circ pump and the burner. Right now its setup where the circ pump runs the whole time theres a call for heat. Also the base boards are getting really hot because theres nothing to turn the burn off when the water gets to a certain temp. I think what I need is an aquastat, but I'm not sure what model. I think what I need is a controller that when there is a call for heat (24v) it turns the burner on. Then when the water gets to a certain temp it turns on the circ pump. Then when the water hits a certain HI/Low temp the burn turns off/on but the circ pump still runs until the call for heat is satisfied.