I appreciate that, however, I am reversing the way that the pressure is put in the ball (the arm in the valve) in the valve. I wondered if that would damage the actuator if there is a lot of pressure on the arm the wrong way.
Am I making sense?
Thank you. So apart from the fact that the warranty may be invalid, from what you can tell, there will be no major damage done to the valve by reversing the flow. Ie two in and one out as opposed to the other way round (if it makes a difference, the two inlets are pushing at exactly the same...
Please read my posts again and if I'm not making sense I apologise .
I have two sources of hot water, I want to channel them into the house, I want to put "A" as the primary source and "B" as the secondary to cut in with the valve when the thermostat says it is up to...
Thank you, this seemed to make sense to me. But my question really was if it's possible to use a standard diverter valve as I will be reversing the conventional use of it. Does this make sense to anyone?
Thanks for all your input
Hi, have an unvented hot water system (no central heating) and a solar panel on the roof with its own storage cylinder.
I want to put the solar water straight into the houses hot water feed on a motorised valve operated from the thermostat in the solar panels cylinders thermostat.
You think the setting is too high? You suggesting I pass over more times on a lower setting rather than less set at 1.5mm for example?
Surely your not saying alter the setting midway through planing the edge?
I found that with the power plane when I got to the end of the length that the timber split and if I tried to start from each outer edge and meet in the middle that it wasnt meeting flush.
The saw I'm using is an irwin 880
Any one recommend another?
So what your saying is that a throw away saw is just as good as the old fashion wooden handle saws for this job?
Point taken on the circular saw blades! I've started to do a lot of doors. I started out using a jigsaw but I couldn't get a straight, clean line.
Then I went onto the throw away...
Hi, can anyone tell me what would be the best saw to use to trim down hardwood doors (and other items) to get the best finish. Ie would it be one of the use and throw type saws or an older fashioned saw that you sharpen the teeth of or an electric type?
Basically I want the finest cut without...
Jst out of interest, whas the maximum distance that you shoud have a rad from the main pipework if using 20mm-15mm or does it all depend on pump, size of house, no. f rads etc?
Any rough ideas for a normal 3 bed house with 8 rads and a 20 year old vented system?
Thanks for your replies guys, the rad is miraculously red hot now.
God knows why? do you thnk it could have been a sticky trv? it is brand new or something in the return pipe from when i extended it. i remember putting some blue roll in the pipe to stop excess water coming out. i cant...