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Hey all you wallies!
Guys I have been struggling with an LVO FL10E commercial dishwasher not getting enough rinse PSI for years!!!!
Its on a well pump with a 40/60 switch, it was purchased new 4 years ago and was fed 180 degree water from an indirect water weil McLain gold tank 40 gallon, with 3/4" L copper about 100' from the unit. It had a recirc that kept the loop hot. With that setup it occasionally got to 8psi on the rinse cycle.
Now there is a Rinnai CU199IP 199,000 BTU, Commercial on demand set at 185 with 30' of 3/4" L copper and less than 2psi on rinse. It has a pretty steady 40-55psi static but when rinse kicks in, bam, nothing.
Early on I gave Rinnai the FL10E spec they recommended 3- CU199IP units, and my customer just could not do it, not enough money or space.
So my question is can anyone help me with a piping diagram that I can use to pipe a 50 gallon electric that can be used as a storage tank and perhaps have the CU199IP heat that tank? Or I am open to other suggestions?
Thanks for the help in advance