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I am looking schools with steam (and some hot water) boilers. What are some examples of good boiler control panels for schools (such as heat timer) and what are the pros and cons?

Most that I see are bypassed. Most are controlled just by outdoor air sensor.

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You're on the wrong board for this. Go to The Wall at HeatingHelp.com and ask those guys. They eat and breath heating systems and system design.

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

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Joe, if you're working for an engineering firm and coming to a home inspectors forum for advice, on commercial and industrial applications, there is something wrong with the picture.

Temperature control companies romance engineering firms all the time. This is how they get their equipment spec'd. Get to know them, make them buy you a nice lunch, and pick their brain. They will drive you to the job site, look at what you have and do a basic design build (they will let you have a taste but you won't get the recipe).

I see that you're from the Atlanta, GA area. Give this guy a call:

Mr. James Lee

Padgett Services LLC

1400 Mountain Brook Drive

Suite #100

Canton, Georgia 30115

(770) 345-6100

They are Mechanical Contractors in that area. James Lee use to be an area VP, with the Linc organization, and one of his accounts happened to be a company I worked for. He left Linc to go to Padgett. Whether or not he is still there is unknown as I haven't spoken to him since 2000.

You gotta start making some commercial and industrial alliances.

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But I like you guys.

Now, you just gotta like that attitude.......

But, Terrance and Mike are right......get with the guys that know that stuff. I know residential and small timey steam stuff, but if you're looking at control systems, powerflame heads, energy management stuff, you need to ask elsewhere.

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