Just had a long conversation with Fred Seton ...

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by Pat53, Jan 3, 2011.

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    OK, thanks gents, I'll order one and give it a try.

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    BB, forgot to ask, in addition to the circuit setter, what else do I need to determine flow? It looks like I need some kind of gauges on each of the 2 small ports?

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    Consider a Flowsetter that has the flowmeter built in. With a setter like you mentioned you need to buy, or borrow a fairly expensive meter to read flow.

    With this type you pull the ring, set and adjust flow. The flow does not go through the window so it stays clear so you can readjust if needed.


    www.caleffi.us/en_US/Technical_brochures/01149/01149.pdf
     
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    Interesting, where would I find these things? They look "pricey" too...
     
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    Fred Seton is a gifted con artist. He sells wood stoves, wood boilers, heating manifolds, and design work. His is looking for your time or money. Be very careful doing business with this man. He has huge plans of having people invest in a turbine for his boiler. This is some stolen idea from another company. I have talked to several people who have done business with Fred and has been burned. He lives in Yak Montana and seems like a sweet old harmless man. In reality he is a selfish narcissist looking to get your money.
     
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