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AquaHeat Manifold Question

We have an existing system using these manifolds and now would like to split it into 2 zones.  Was hoping to add "Zone Valves" to the top of the existing valves - I have seen similiar things used, but have never installed them.



Any ideas would be great - Its in a tight location, making additional piping tough.

Thanks



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  • paulpaul Posts: 90Member
    manifold

    you can put the heat motor actuator on the manifold loops you want to control. you will have to wire the t-stats to bring on the pump / boiler / zone valves. ect.
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