X Link schematic to water air exchanger

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X Link schematic to water air exchanger

Postby royerm » February 10th, 2015, 4:23 pm

Good day everyone..

I'm including a schematic for review/comments and no bashing hopefully ;) .
Pretty new to this stuff so beside viewing a lot of pictures I usually have to draw/plan
what I Intend to do...

The schematic has at every connection/joint a letter "A,B,C etc" to ease the process.
My intention is for everyone to be able to comment\suggest\recommend in the form like...."I would put a 'flow valve' between A and B...

I will review and update the schema as necessary..so that we can all learn
and help each others as this forum intents..

Special thanx to Tom who is incredibly helpfull along the process :ugeek:

Michel
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Re: X Link schematic to water to air exchanger

Postby tommy » February 11th, 2015, 8:51 am

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Cold return into the kit is the top pipe of the kit in the stove where H is on your diagram .I shoud be where ( A ) is.........( it has the check valve that the kit comes with )
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AND out ..A in your diagram needs tobe (HOT ) where the crosslink kit is ( H ) where the safty relief valve needs to be

And add unions along with shut offs by ( A ) and ( H ) to remove the stove if you need to move the stove for some reason. :o
Put shut off's on each side of the pump all so .And at the water to air plentum heat exchangher to remove for cleaning is very Smart. :geek:
A inline screan filter is all so a great Idea helps to keep the excganger in the furnace flowing well. :geek:

I LIKe full fowing Ball valves :idea:
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Re: X Link schematic to water air exchanger

Postby Barry K » February 21st, 2015, 1:56 pm

I would add the sidearm heat exchanger to your domestic hot water heater before the plenum coil. The sidearm heat exchanger only removes 5 degrees or less from the system temp. Once the domestic hot water is as hot as the crosslink system temp, it draws nothing.
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Re: X Link schematic to water air exchanger

Postby royerm » February 21st, 2015, 4:53 pm

Barry K wrote:I would add the sidearm heat exchanger to your domestic hot water heater before the plenum coil. The sidearm heat exchanger only removes 5 degrees or less from the system temp. Once the domestic hot water is as hot as the crosslink system temp, it draws nothing.


In my case I will not have a sidearm as I have an on-demand water heater..
Thx Barry for all your valuable input.... :D
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Re: X Link schematic to water air exchanger

Postby royerm » March 3rd, 2015, 2:40 pm

Hi Folks.....here's my updated version of my schematic that I plan to install.
Read the first post above for instructions...Cheers :D
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