Hi,

How are the btu's of a boiler w tankless water coil entered in the heating/cooling and hot water sections?Is it the same for both or a certain amount for heat and a certain amount for hot water?

Thanks

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HI Paul,

In both fields the capacity should be entered in as btu/hr and the full capacity of the system can be entered in for the heating screen and the hot water screen.

In addition, here is a link to the TREAT helpdesk that offers additional resources to commonly asked questions.

http://help.psdconsulting.com/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=view

Amber Harris

Customer Support

Performance Systems Development

Great, thanks Amber

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