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Guide to Boiler Heating System     Components: Part II
There are many different components to each boiler heating system.PexSupply.com can work with you to make sure you have al...
Heating System Diagram
11 – Zone Valve Controller   Zone valve controllers help organize wiring and   reduce problems caused by incorrect wiring ...
12 – Circulator Flanges    For proper installation of flanged circulator    pumps, flanges are necessary to connect to the...
13 – Zone Valve   Zone valves are used to control water flow in a   hydronic heating system.                              ...
14 – Ball Valve   Ball valves are usually used as a shutoff device in   heating and plumbing systems for gas, oil, or   wa...
15 – Boiler Drain    There are two types of boiler drains:    • Male (MIP)    • Female (FIP)    They are identified by the...
16 – Temperature Gauge   Pressure gauges and temperature gauges   measure the pressure or   temperature, respectively, of ...
17 – Fill Valve    Fill valves are used to adjust the fill rate of    boilers by controlling boiler water feed    pressure...
18 – Backflow Preventer   Backflow preventers are important to the   system because they prevent potential   hazards from ...
19 – Boiler Reset Control    Boiler reset controls are used to help    regulate the temperature of the supply    water.   ...
20 – Check Valve   Check valves, also known as swing checks,   help guide the water flowing through your   system in the p...
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Boiler Part II

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This is the second set of slides for Boiler Part I, continuing to explain some of the main components of a heating system and how they work. Parts addressed in this set of slides include zone valve controller, circulator flanges, zone valve, ball valve, boiler drain, temperature gauge, fill valve, backflow preventer, boiler reset control and check valve.

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  1. 1. Guide to Boiler Heating System Components: Part II
  2. 2. There are many different components to each boiler heating system.PexSupply.com can work with you to make sure you have all of the parts,installation equipments and planning pieces needed for your next DIY project.Boiler Heating System Components:1 - Boiler 11 - Zone Valve Controller2 - Indirect Water Heater 12 - Circulator Flanges3 - Boiler Header 13 - Zone Valve4 - Low Water Cut-Off 14 - Ball Valve5 - Switching Relay 15 - Boiler Drain6 - Thermostat 16 - Temperature Gauge7 - Circulator 17 - Fill Valve8 - Tempering Valve 18 - Backflow Preventer9 - Expansion Tank 19 - Boiler Reset Control10 - Air Eliminator 20 - Check Valve
  3. 3. Heating System Diagram
  4. 4. 11 – Zone Valve Controller Zone valve controllers help organize wiring and reduce problems caused by incorrect wiring associated with conventional zone valve installations. Shop Now: • Taco Zone Valve ControlsLearn More About Zone Valve Controllers
  5. 5. 12 – Circulator Flanges For proper installation of flanged circulator pumps, flanges are necessary to connect to the water line. Shop Now: • Taco Iron Body Flanges • Taco 1400 Series Flanges • Taco Bronze Body Flanges • Bell & Gossett Flanges • Webstone Isolation Flanges • Grundfos FlangesLearn More About Circulator Flanges
  6. 6. 13 – Zone Valve Zone valves are used to control water flow in a hydronic heating system. Shop Now: • Honeywell Zone Valves • Taco 570 Zone Valves • Taco Zone Valve ControlsLearn More About Zone Valves
  7. 7. 14 – Ball Valve Ball valves are usually used as a shutoff device in heating and plumbing systems for gas, oil, or water. There are a variety of ball valves available including: •PEX Shop Now: •ProPEX • PEX Ball Valves •SharkBite • ProPEX Ball Valves •Propress • SharkBite Ball ValvesLearn More About Ball Valves
  8. 8. 15 – Boiler Drain There are two types of boiler drains: • Male (MIP) • Female (FIP) They are identified by the IPS threats on the inlet side. Boiler drains are designed to drain the water from a boiler and are useful for clearing away any accumulated sediment in the boiler. Boiler drains are typically used in laundry tubs and washing machines.Learn More About Boiler Drains
  9. 9. 16 – Temperature Gauge Pressure gauges and temperature gauges measure the pressure or temperature, respectively, of a liquid or gas in a system. Brass and stainless steel are commonly used to Shop Now: construct these gauges. • Ashcroft Gauges • Cash Acme Gauges Some temperature gauges have special features • Johnson Controls Gauges for easy readability, such as digital reads or • Honeywell-Sparco Gauges illuminated dials.Learn More About Temperature Gauges
  10. 10. 17 – Fill Valve Fill valves are used to adjust the fill rate of boilers by controlling boiler water feed pressure. When used properly, fill valves help prevent heating systems from over pressurization.Learn More About Fill Valves
  11. 11. 18 – Backflow Preventer Backflow preventers are important to the system because they prevent potential hazards from harming the potable water system. They stop fluids from the heating system from flowing backwards into the domestic water supply. Each year there are over 10,000 reported cases of backflow contamination. Contaminations can be prevented by having the right backflow preventer in place.Learn More About Backflow Preventers
  12. 12. 19 – Boiler Reset Control Boiler reset controls are used to help regulate the temperature of the supply water. Shop Now: • Honeywell Boiler Controls • Tekmar Energy Efficient Boiler ControlsLearn More About Boiler Reset Controls
  13. 13. 20 – Check Valve Check valves, also known as swing checks, help guide the water flowing through your system in the preferred direction. Contaminated water is not allowed to flow back into the system. In systems that are zoned by a circulator, check valves also stop water from flowing to zones that are not calling for heatLearn More About Check Valves
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