Complete Heat wrote:Drops in tank temperature are a fact of life with these types of units, it takes time for the fire to build up and to die down
You got it right.coaledsweat wrote:Am I missing something about stokers
rberq wrote:But if your boiler recovers back to 175, AND THEN MAINTAINS 175 while continuing to supply heat to the house, then I don't see that you have a problem.
Complete Heat wrote:Yanche,
Keystoker rates their boilers on "load square feet". which is different than square footage of the house. Load square footage is determined by how much baseboard their is in the house. The KA-2 would be able to heat my house (3,200 sq. ft.), so while the KA-2 is Keystokers small unit, it is quite a capable unit.