boiler question from a warm air guy
Some body helped a scorched air only tech here. Boiler temp has to stay a certain temp to be ready for a heating cycle
I think a hot water boiler's standing temp is like 130F*, yes?, no?
And the aqua stat keeps the boiler water from falling below the 130*F set point. Now my question is are gravity systems still being installed (IE. heating loop in the floor for the whole home.
Now if this system is still used does an aquastat till maintain water temp when no heat is actually being called for or does the burner only turn on during a call for heat
Just slow, not stupid.