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Posted by David on August 18, 2005 at 12:07:35:
In Reply to: Re: split the downstairs loop posted by HeatPro on August 15, 2005 at 22:54:00:
: It would be simpler to run a 3/4-inch feed to the mid-point of the btuh of the lower floor, cut the tube at that point and tee to let the water flow in both directions from that point using the existing 1/2-inch pex. You would take the original supply side tube of the circuit and reconnect it to the return near the present 1st floor return on the return manifold.
I am building a new house using a wood boiler as primary heat with electric heat/heat pump backup. Also including radiant in the kitchen floor and heating hot water with the boiler. My questions are many, but primarily I wonder if it is wise to use a Riser System with Monoflow Technology to transfer the hot water to coils in each of my 3 zones. It certainly is less costly given the less piping. What are the downsides to a riser system vs. other systems? What is the best way to do this? Thanks for any input.
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