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Adam_17 Member Posts: 1
If you say connected the supply and return mains left two closely spaced takeoffs for the injection system .Have a circulator for the mains ? is this necessary . Hook up your two injection line to the takeoffs left off earlier , an injection loop and your off to the races .


  • Adam_16
    Adam_16 Member Posts: 3

    Do not shoot me if this topic has been addressed earlier ,but here it goes . Has anyone ever used injection mixing to interface a replacement boiler with a gravity system ?. With that in mind a person providing that they did a proper heat loss calculation , could use a significantly smaller boiler perhaps 1/3 the size of the original.Even standing radiation which is generally oversized can provide proper Btu output at much lower tempuratures . I guess what Iam getting at is that injection mixing can be effectively used in other applications than infloor heating .
  • Why yes, my very observant fellow

    Injection systems used in the correct why can help with a host of projects, including one we are working on now to solve cold returns for a church with 2 EK System 2000 in series. What exactlly did you have in mind. We use injection on most of our remodels/conversions from steam to HW radiators. This also helps to be able to control the temp to each radiator.
  • Ron Schroeder
    Ron Schroeder Member Posts: 998

  • Ron Schroeder
    Ron Schroeder Member Posts: 998

    But would like to know who is posting unde my name and address??
  • Can Do
    Can Do Member Posts: 5

    Could someone please explain what an injection system is? Sorry but I'm new to this stuff. I really like this website, learned quite abit and am looking forward to buying some of Dan's books.
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