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Beckett HeatManager............

Firedragon_4 Member Posts: 1,436
but does that include labor???
Either way, if it's less than 10% of his fuel bill, go for it. The ROI will be in one year. It's essentially a form of indoor reset or adaptive intelligence.

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  • John Ruhnke
    John Ruhnke Member Posts: 882
    Beckett HeatManager..............

    A friend of mine has said that Standard Oil has offered to install a Beckett HeatManager for free on his heating system. Has anybody had any experience with the Beckett HeatManager? Is it any good? What do you think?


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    techheat_2 Member Posts: 117

    The HeatManager works great,but there is no free lunch!There is a lock-in period at the least

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  • Ron Schroeder_2
    Ron Schroeder_2 Member Posts: 176

    It looks like the more oversized the boiler is the better it works. From it's operation, it seems like it is more of an adaptive differential control rather than an adaptive reset control so it should help a lot with short cycling.

  • Tom M.
    Tom M. Member Posts: 237
    I've installed one.

    Only saw it run a few cycles during purging and efficiency test. Never saw it enter "economizing" mode. It seems like an easy to install alternative to outdoor reset. It senses the demand for heat by the rate at which the supply temp drops and varies the high limit differential accordingly. An optional sensor allows it to override if there is a call for hot water, either tankless or indirect.

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