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Splitting steam system in a duplex
I own a side by side duplex with a one pipe steam system. The boiler had a problem and needs to be replaced and I hope to take this opportunity to split the utilities by splitting the system into 2 boilers. The piping in the basement tells me that each apartments radiators are not intermingled...that is, of the 4 big pipes above the boiler, 2 go to one apartment, and 2 to the other. I know I need to size the boilers based on the radiators in each apartment. Can anyone tell me if this conversion sounds possible? Are there other potential problems (even if the boilers are sized correctly)?