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Author Topic: Water heating diagram. Will it work?  (Read 3123 times)
Chaz
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« Reply #15 on: November 15, 2006, 01:08:31 PM »

Thanx Jim,
  I appreciate that. 
  I try to live by my signature line:
 
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But I would rather pay the price than somebody else.

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« Reply #16 on: November 16, 2006, 06:08:05 PM »

Not Bad Chaz, close to everything you will need? Smiley

WOW alot of good advise, Grin concider all. It is always nice to get interesting opinions and good advise. Huh

OK now MINE, everybody has one, OPINION which I hope will also be good advise. Wink

As noted missing generator circuit, input(take asprin).  Cool
Most all diesel boilers are ordered with coolant pump.
As expressed, when idiling you will need it.
Good advise on the supply and return manifold ( use regular on-off valves)3 ways are expensive.
Good suggestions on the summer and winter valve.
As noted no need to close both, supply and return.

Think, Detroit supplying manifold, generator supplying manifold, webasto supplying manifold.
Of course if you have supply you need return (cold in your drawing).
Some circuits can be run in parrallell and some can be series depending on use.
Full 3/4" minimum, (prefer1" pex) from and to the manifolds. 3/4" or 1/2" pex or heater hose from there, depending on btu of the heat exchanger and load. Shocked

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