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WEBSTONE INNOVATION? WHERE COULD YOU USE SPARE J K


LOW TEMP RADIANT FLOOR PANEL


F


Temperature Gauge


I J H J J SPARE G


SUPPLY FEED


Backflow Preventer


G A Supply Return A


LOW TEMP RADIANT FLOOR MANIFOLD


INDIRECT WATER HEATER


K A M BOILER F T-Flow Ball


Supply Return


A L


Pressure Reducing Valve


Expansion Tank


F J H F E Exchanger C Heat D A


SNOWMELT ZONE


SPARE SPARE A I J HIGH TEMP CONTROL PANEL F F B BASEBOARD HEATER


A Union Ball Drain B T-Drain C Purge & Fill D Air Separator


E Expansion Tank Pro Service Valve


F Isolator w/Rotating Flange


G Purge Tee H Ball Drain I Ball Valve w/Hose End J Brass Ball Valve


K Isolator w/Rotating Flange & Drain


L HydroCore


M HydroCore Complete Near Boiler Piping Kit


H Compact Design


Reversible handle directs fl ow into the drain from either side of the ball


• Hi-Flow Hose Drain


Normal Handle Open Position


Normal Handle Closed Position


• Eliminates 3 Components


• Avoids 3 Leak Paths


Reversed Handle Open Position


Reversed Handle Closed Position


• Saves Nearly 30 Minutes of Labor


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