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taco rmb

installed my first rmb today . looking for a wireing diagram , i cannot figure out how to incorporate the system pump . i have two high temp zones with pumps before the rmb , and two zones with pumps after the rmb


  • Ted_9
    Ted_9 Member Posts: 1,718

    Just wondering but why do you have two system pumps when the rmb-1 has a system pump on it? Shouldnt you just use an injection pump with outdoor reset instead?

  • Weezbo
    Weezbo Member Posts: 6,232
    ? duh...me no savey this at all.

    many years ago i belived Pound nails.i also belived to not get too happy pounding nails...when nail guns came out the disease was contagious and lots of carpenters were into shootin nails..however...when they "Got Happy"shootin nails ,they would use like 5 nails where a pin would do. i think your pump happy.
  • Nick W
    Nick W Member Posts: 200
    Taco Radiant Mixing Block

    Brian,just got back from ISH and spent alot of time with the Taco gang including Dave Sweet.He told me there is a comprehensive piping manual either in the works or maybe available now.Give them a call.
    As for your situation,why not get rid of the 2 zone circs after the RMB and use zone valves instead,allowing the RMB'S 008 system pump do the work for you as long as it meets BTU and flow requirements.
    Joe Peretti.
  • Ted_9
    Ted_9 Member Posts: 1,718

    That would be a better solution, zone valves after the RMB-1 and use the system pump.

  • Tony_8
    Tony_8 Member Posts: 608
    I think

    "you hit the nail on the head" !!!

    How's things in 'laska ?
  • Weezbo
    Weezbo Member Posts: 6,232
    *~/ :) Balmy:))

    and getting balmier er ...:)
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