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Repco oil to Burnham gas

Do you use the zone valve relays also ? The Taco multizone looks real good .

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  • We replaced this

    old tin can and gas heater a few days ago . Beautiful house in Huntington , NY . And of course access to the basement was through the immaculate house ( wood floors , white walls ) , down a flight of stairs in the middle .
  • We replaced this

    old tin can and gas heater a few days ago . Beautiful house in Huntington , NY . And of course access to the basement was through the immaculate house ( wood floors , white walls ) , down a flight of stairs in the middle .
  • We used Burnham

    for the boiler and the indirect . As of now there is no priority . But that shouldn't be a problem . Just 2 people living in the home right now .
  • kevin coppinger_4
    kevin coppinger_4 Member Posts: 2,124
    as usaual...

    nice clean work but I thought you worked for an oil co.??? Is it LP gas? And zone valves....are you joining pump-aholics anonomyous :)....kpc

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  • Kev

    Yep , our name has " Oil " in it , but we install and service gas also . It's a good change of pace too . This job was natural gas .

    The option was ours to choose - either 3 circs , or 3 zone valves . Far easier to pipe 3 zone valves , but I still can't get the wiring to look good . Next time I'll sleeve 'em in BX .

    Thanks alot Kevin .
  • Robert O'Brien
    Robert O'Brien Member Posts: 3,537
    Ron

    I use the blue plastic flexible conduit for zone valve wiring,looks great

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  • Dale
    Dale Member Posts: 1,317
    bypass

    Another really good looking job Ron. What kinds of rads did this place have? I always wonder if an anti condensate bypass is needed if the place has large old rads.
  • Robert O'Brien
    Robert O'Brien Member Posts: 3,537
    No,it looks nice

    but it does nothing a ZV transformer and SR-501 doesn't do for a whole lot less.

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  • Joe Mattiello
    Joe Mattiello Member Posts: 703


    The ZVC boards facilitate the wiring for up to 18 zones; provide 24 volts required, diagnostic lights for troubleshooting, and priority feature for an indirect water heater. The ZVC406-EXP will interface with a taco microprocessor add on control for outdoor reset, 2 boiler staging, or injection mixing control. Additionally, we can exercise pumps, purge residual heat out of the boiler for higher efficiency domestic water, or do priority protection. Personally, I like it for a great conversation piece. Allow me to elaborate. My friends Albert, and Marie invited me over for dinner last weekend at his beautiful beach house in Narragansett, RI where he his putting a third level on with a breathtaking ocean view. After the tour I asked; what about the mechanical room? He said why do you want to see that? He obviously didn’t know that’s a passionate Endeavour for me. He had a Buderus boiler, Weil- McLain indirect, and a lot of Taco green in there including an SR504-EXP Can you guess what the rest of the night’s conversation was about? For your reference I attached the catalog data fro the ZVC control. For additional literature including the radiant systems applications guide visit www.taco-hvac.com.
    Joe Mattiello
    N. E. Regional Manger, Commercial Products
    Taco Comfort Solutions
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