I would say no. All the thermostat does is call for heat.
You could put a timer on the circulator-- but I doubt that is a good
idea. Why do you want to do this?
I suspect the current setup allows for the most efficient use of
power-- your proposition totally ignores how hot the water is. It
seems to me that water temp is of utmost importance.
I'd be leaning towards a thermostat on the boiler that circulated
whenever the water was above 'nn' degrees. With nn= As cool as it
can get and still feel warm as it re-enters the boiler.
But then I've never played with a boiler- so I might be all wet.,g>
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