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Originally posted by jfedorka:
Thanks for the response. 132 deg F outlet and 104 – 105 deg F return temp. The changes that I made have increased the number of heating cycles for the boiler but this has created a more constant temperature in the living area. Not sure yet regarding energy usage. Being a manufacturing engineer and new to hot water heating systems, I would appreciate any professional input. Thanks, Joe

Joe your more then welcome to join
Politically incorrect plumbers discussion group please e mail me.

You seem to have good handle on heating.

I think more folks should seriously think about learning to do it themselves as Lord knows a lot of folks who cant make it as “plumbers” dabble in heating and folks who live in Rural areas where the plumbing code is very lax are far better off doing most of their own work.

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