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 on: Today at 03:23:02 PM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by DBeleskey
That's good to know...thanks.   I made the mounting box today. I will post a picture when I get it mounted and plumbed..

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 on: Today at 04:59:40 AM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by E Yoder
Autoignition of wood is over 350į, I don't think you need to worry.

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 on: March 24, 2019, 08:40:56 AM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by DBeleskey
That's a great idea..thanks. I am always concerned about things catching fire. I have foam behind the drywall (ICF).  So just a piece of plywood screwed to the wall would work ? I guess I could build it a bit out from the wall to give air space behind for piece of mind...
Thanks again for the idea ...
Dave

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 on: March 24, 2019, 08:13:41 AM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by wreckit87
They will get to be boiler temp, 180ish degrees. Wood is fine, or metal- whatever. What works well is a simple "drive" for joining ductwork together. It's a thin galvanized steel cleat that you can easily bend to conform to the plate and screw it to the wall to hold it steady- I would not hang a plate from the piping

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 on: March 23, 2019, 10:33:34 PM 
Started by MD20/20 - Last post by mlappin
You could also just get an ethernet powerline adapter and not have to worry about wifi signal.

Iíve looked into those as well, issue seems to be to work best they need to all be on the same leg. Circuit breakers can also jigger with em. Least that was my take on em after reading a LOT of reviews.

Personally Iím gonna get around and bury some conduit to the boiler, then from the boiler to the shop. Next job thats close to me and when we can do it on a weekend Iíll just rent a trencher for the weekend.

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 on: March 23, 2019, 08:54:15 PM 
Started by MD20/20 - Last post by RSI
You could also just get an ethernet powerline adapter and not have to worry about wifi signal.

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 on: March 23, 2019, 09:25:26 AM 
Started by Roger2561 - Last post by Roger2561
Younger bro and I just finished removing the old bath tub.  That thing must weigh at 200Lbs, I just kinda wish we hadn't moved it.  We found a lot of rot under and the side that's against wall.  We have rebuilding to do.  Oh well, better to find it and fix it now than while taking a shower and ending up in the cellar.  Roger 

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 on: March 23, 2019, 07:06:18 AM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by DBeleskey
Thanks for the replies...I will have another look and see if I can reconfigure the piping to go up enough to be able to mount it vertically.
My other concern with doing it that way is support for the exchanger...wouldn't having it sitting on the pipe to the tank create a lot of stress on the pipe ? Or I might have to figure out a way to support it to either the wall or ceiling some how ? How hot do these things get ? Can it sit on wood or should it be metal ?

Here are two pics of what I currently have...

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 on: March 23, 2019, 07:00:15 AM 
Started by MD20/20 - Last post by MD20/20
I think you are right about wireless. I need to research the best way to extend my signal. I always get lost reader about the best solution.

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 on: March 23, 2019, 05:37:13 AM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by E Yoder
I try to do vertical whenever possible, but have done about every other direction in a tight crawl space where you're lucky to even be able to crimp. :)

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