Hi All, I've been reading this forum for a couple of months now and getting a good education. I have somewhat of a unique situation...I am currently heating my house with two high efficiency propane, 100,000 btu, Polaris DHW/Space heaters and am wishing to incorporate a Wood Gasifier to the system. The reason my situation is unique is that the water going to the heat coil in the plenum of the furnace is potable water since it comes directly from the Polaris. I want to keep the water going to the heat coil in the plenum potable as I want to be able to keep my existing system in tact as a backup. My question is which would be better, to use heat plates at the Polaris or send the potable water to the Polaris from a heat coil in the storage tank? I see advantages and disadvantages to both. I’m thinking the advantages are greater by using the heat plates, but my concern is that the plates won’t be able to keep up with the demand since the Polaris serves as both dhw and heating. I plan on routing the cold supply to the Polaris through a coil in the storage tank so that should help with the demand when using a lot of hot water. What do you guys think? I’ve attached a simplified diagram showing the basic setup if I used heat plates. I will add more detail later if I need to.