Strange flow temperature on Okofen boiler

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Re: Strange flow temperature on Okofen boiler




by ArthurD » 17/11/23, 09:14

Hi PilPoill,

Pilpoill wrote:Could you show the outside temperature on your graph?


Here is yesterday's curve with the outside temperature:

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I will check with my technician to adjust the power.

Thank you for your advice.

ArthurD
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Re: Strange flow temperature on Okofen boiler




by Pilpoill » 17/11/23, 09:25

Hello,

You didn't answer me about the values ​​written on your nameplate.

Your water law seems too strong, your v3v leads its life without disturbance and given the result of the modifications I wonder if your technician did not use the 15K to extend your cycles just to please you without thinking that you would perhaps see the consequences that I mentioned to you in my first response.


There are undoubtedly many other things to refine at your machine and in real time.
It would be my own machine that it would have already increased to 10kW to avoid these tiny cycles (coded at 10 minutes minimum by software) : Wink:
What you do in your home represents switching on and off! : Shock:


A well-sized Compact with fine-tuned settings is what it can look like:
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Re: Strange flow temperature on Okofen boiler




by ArthurD » 17/11/23, 09:54

Pilpoill wrote:Hello,
You didn't answer me about the values ​​written on your nameplate.


I'm not there, I'll give you this quickly.

Pilpoill wrote:A well-sized Compact with fine-tuned settings is what it can look like:
IMG_1240.jpeg


In fact, it has nothing to do with it... Image
I will plan an intervention by my heating engineer to avoid tiring the machine stupidly : Evil: .
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