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A Coil for a heat exchanger??

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by mikeyny, Dec 28, 2007.

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  1. mikeyny

    mikeyny Feeling the Heat

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    Has anyone ever used an A coil for a heat exchanger with a wood boiler. I have a new one left over from a job some time ago. It just sits around the shop here. It seems to me it would make a great water to air heat exchanger, although I know they are really designed for AC. I wonder how different hot water running thru it would be compared to freon. I think it would also make a fantastic side arm if immersed in boiler water to make domestic hot water. Any thoughts??
    Mike

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  2. BrownianHeatingTech

    BrownianHeatingTech Minister of Fire

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    I dunno about heating domestic water with them, but I've been saving them for use in heating thermal storage tanks.

    Joe
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