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Re: Shed Heat

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11-11-2012 07:12:49

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Find my post from a few days ago titled "The Swedes are here". He has both floor and radiator type.

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Greg K

11-11-2012 07:45:10

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 Re: Shed Heat in reply to rrlund, 11-11-2012 07:12:49  
Yes I did read that one and was very interested. One problem is convincing everyone else that it is a good idea! Just like the responses to your post not everyone is a believer.

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11-11-2012 11:28:42

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 Re: Shed Heat in reply to Greg K, 11-11-2012 07:45:10  

True,but that system isn't a one of a kind. Pretty common over there. I'd think at the very least we could benefit from the solar panels and the water storage tanks here,even without the boiler to suplement it.

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massey 333

11-12-2012 13:12:35

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 Re: Shed Heat in reply to rrlund, 11-11-2012 11:28:42  
rrlunI picked on that system from the wrong angle.The storage tank deal-idea is a very good way of working.I have had one since 1981,but had to fly blindly because of no info and thus mistakes were made along the way.His boiler sizing to me was the problem for much of a heat loss load.As far as the fire dept.question,tubes in floor with overhead zoned hot water heaters as quick warm up backups if needed.

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