|Posted by hj on January 31, 2004 at 09:01:39:|
|In response to Re: Constant Circulation?|
: Hello All!
If there are no zone valves then you would not be controlling the heat to the building. If there are zone valves the pump would be in a "dead end" situation most of the time which would cause premature failure. Why did the subject come up? Just about all reset controls are "aftermarket".
: I have a newer Burnham boiler on a hot water heating system with radiators. Would there be any benefit to wiring up the circulator to run 24/7? Also, are there after market outdoor reset controllers available?
: Thank you!
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