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  • ScottSecor
    Good morning Johnny,
    I have a customer in Manhattan that we helped install a condensing boiler in his brownstone about ten years ago. I just learned that the GC/Plumber that we worked for never pulled permits for the boiler (he did pull them for everything else), despite the fact that every trade did extensive work on this project (complete gut, install elevator, dig basement deeper, etc).

    That being said, I'm being told that a manual reset lwco and manual reset aquastat need to be installed as per current code (in NJ this is only code on boilers rated over 400,000 BTU input). Do you think these two devices were required back in 2008 or thereabouts in a residential setting with a 140,000 BTU input boiler with 120 gallon indirect)?

    Thank you,

    Scott Secor
    Palmer Heating, LLC
    732-770-0989 cell
    May 9
    • JohnNY
      JohnNY
      Hi Scott,
      I think that code for the second LWCO on "all boilers" came about in 2014 in NYC. If not, it was 2012, but certainly not 2008. Are you talking about the job you did on Dominick St?
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