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finned tube convectors with modcon
I am looking at the energy use of a 7,500 sq ft administration building, and had a question for you folks. The building is heated at the perimeter with finned tube baseboard convectors (rough sketch of layout is attached), and they recently installed a new TT Prestige boiler.
The day I was there it was 40 degrees F outside and the boiler supply and return temperatures were 186 F and 182 F respectively (with 186 F target). There were high heat complaints throughout the building. I realize the new boiler is not set up correctly (not set up to run on the outdoor reset curve). My question is if the existing TRVs would be recommended once the boiler program is corrected, or is it better to remove them? The TRVs are located at the end of each FTR run. There is also a balancing valve at the end of each FTR run.
Any advice on best set up would be appreciated.