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Biasi B10-05, Carlin Burner and HydroStat installed
Just wanted to provide an update on my new install for my Hydro Air system.
I decided together with my service contractor to go with the
* Biasi B10 oil boiler
* Carlin EZ one burner
* HydroStat low water cut off module
We decided not to go with the outdoor sensor since my house has a lot of open space and takes time to heat up. Also where I live in CT we have very cold winters. However the HydroStat module we went with has some very neat feature that we set which should save on consummations and simulate an outdoor sensor to some degree.
* We set the max temp to 180F
* Max Zones 2
Now because we set Zones to 2, the temperature in the boiler has not really gone passed 150F
Depending on how the system operates I can choose to increase or lower the Zones which would determine how fast the house heats up and how much energy is used.
We also decided to try to see what kind of results we get with using a .8 GPH nozzle, we are hoping to reduce overall consumption this way. If we need more BTU we will increase with to 1GPH
I did add the Hydronic inhibitor but then my Smart Tacos water pumps were blinking white which indicates there was air in the pipes, so we had to flush all the water out to get the rid of the air, thus I am thinking the inhibitor is all gone now. I will have it added back in next year.
Thank you all for the help and advise