Hooked up the kick-space heater to the coil. Need to get the lower aquastat, there is a 140 deg in there. Had to bypass it, they make a 120 deg aquastat, just trying to find who sells it around here. Right now I have it turn on when the circulator turns on. Was only warm at first, then I turned one of the valves almost closed so the water moves slower in the coil picking up more heat. Seem's to have done the trick. The water comes out of the bottom of the tank then to the circulator, coil, kick-space heater, then back into the top of the tank. The water from the bottom is not hot, especially if someone took a 1/2 hr shower, or did a load of laundry. Wondering if I would be better off reversing the circulator to draw off the top of the tank and putting the water from the coil into the bottom? Any ideas???
Stay warm Jimmy