The Hydraulic Separator aspect of the tank is designed to de-couple the hydronic heating system flow from the boiler flow by acting as a
“separator” so that the two independent flows do not affect one another. When the system flow is less than the minimum required
boiler flow there will likely be erratic system delivery temperatures and excessive boiler cycling. These adverse affects can cause premature
component failure, and in most cases, boiler efficiency will be adversely affected.