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Old 03-01-2015, 07:52 AM   #41
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If you have the space, water storage tanks should take care of the excess heat issues, extend boiler life and save wood.
All the old timers tell me that too , none of this is new technology , all of it's been said/done.

So far i use the superstore hot h2o tank , which seems to work out good for the excess , but only for hot h20

i could install another tank......

Got to expect some trial/error....
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Are you using just a standard H2O tank or are you using the Tank(s) with coils?

Do you filter the H20 pre or post usuage?
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Are you using just a standard H2O tank or are you using the Tank(s) with coils?
standard susperstore tank , no coils, either fed from Gas or the Wood boiler CAD

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Do you filter the H20 pre or post usuage?
No....am i suppose to......?

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