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    Started a furnace and air replacement yesterday afternoon. I went back today to finish it up. This time I actually remembered to take pictures. Furnace is a UGRL09 90k 95% 2 stage, ac is UAPL 036 14 seer R-410a with new 7/8 lines and coil. It also got a Honeywell air cleaner, IAQ, TrueSteam, and concentric vent kit.
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    Maybe I'm missing them but I do not see any gas stops on either the WH or the furnace.


    Edit: OK, I just went back and looked at pic #3 closly and see the stop on the furnace,
    but still don't see one on the WH which I assume was not part of this job.
    Last edited by Bob D.; 10-26-2008, 07:48 AM.
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    • #3
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      I did not install the WH, and yes there is a gas cock on it.

      Not sure why the third pic ended up sideways.

      Andy
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      • #4
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        Here'a acouple of Acheiver's I twinned last year. Love the 90 ++
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        • #5
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          Nice work Andy

          How do you like that Honeywell Truesteam? I've been thinking about putting one of those in my house

          Any concerns about the 3" water heater flue dumping into the 6" or 7" chimney by itself?

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          • #6
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            The TrueSteams are awesome! They have the 6, 9, and 12 gallon. This job got the 9 gallon. They do pull alot of power which concerns me a little, but they are still the best thing going for humidification. I recommend using it with the VisionPro IAQ stat. It makes wiring and setup really simple.

            The remote mounting kits are awesome, but ridiculously overpriced. My supplier is 'working' on Honeywell to get the price of the nozzles reduced. We can buy our own 3/4" heater hose.

            I have 2 6 gallons to put on my furnaces, but I want to get a tank in my hot water system first.

            I'd post a picture of this one, but one of my guys did a crappy job of beating the plenum transition together and the pittsburgh looks like crap. In the context of the entire job it looks fine (considering what the rest of the basement looked like) but the picture doesnt do my work any justice.

            I'm not really worried about the water heater. Our codes use the 7 times rule. The common flue cant be more than 7 times bigger than the WH flue. The 3" on the heater is 9.61 square inches which would allow venting into a pipe or tile 67 square inches. The 7" is just short of 39.

            Thanks!
            Andy

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            • #7
              Re: before and after

              I found a couple pics of some apartment stuff I did a couple months ago. This is just a builders model, but I really like relocating and hanging them.

              Andy
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