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Re: water running down walls in wood burning furnace

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01-09-2014 21:13:38

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What's the temperature set point for the water? If it's not hot enough that can cause the problem. Also on the return side if it's to cool can do the same in some wood boilers. I normally run 170-on and 180-off. This past cold snap I went up to 180-on and 190-off.

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01-10-2014 02:50:06

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 Re: water running down walls in wood burning furnace in reply to RMinVa, 01-09-2014 21:13:38  
the water temp is 125 this is the temp we have had it set on since I been there 8yrs.that is part of problem we are not doing anything different wood is well season

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01-10-2014 05:01:13

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 Re: water running down walls in wood burning furnace in reply to tclem300, 01-10-2014 02:50:06  
140F is the condensation point in wood boilers. You are running it WAY too cool.
Read earlier post on tool talk and TT Loren, the Acg.

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01-10-2014 03:24:59

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 Re: water running down walls in wood burning furnace in reply to tclem300, 01-10-2014 02:50:06  
You're right on the borderline of condensing, which is whats happening. your return water is too cold, you do need to turn the temp up some.

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01-10-2014 15:01:42

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 Re: water running down walls in wood burning furnace in reply to johnlobb, 01-10-2014 03:24:59  
I run my thermo-control wood boiler at 170f on 180f off seems to work well so I leave it alone....I messed with dif temps till I was happy and does not burn a ton of wood either...

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