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Posted by HeatPro on May 20, 2005 at 13:27:45:
In Reply to: thermostatic mixing valves? posted by Dave on May 20, 2005 at 13:02:01:
Simplify your life. Put a bypass around the mixing valve with a zone valve running off a thermostat in the room. If the temperature in the room drops below the setting you want from the floor radiant, the thermostat will open the bypass to send boiler water direct through the loop. As the boiler water is controlled by the outdoor reset, there won't be water in there much hotter than 160F anyways and only for a short time to make up the little extra heat til the zone valve closes. You won't have to mess with adjusting the mixing valve any more, the loop will be similar to control with a two-stage thermostat.
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