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Hey everyone....I just got a job that involves diverter tees....the home has an existing diverter tee system....the home has sixteen radiators....eight on first floor and eight on second floor....the reason why we are gonna take out the existing main that runs the perimeter of the home is because the customer is converting the first floor and second to individual apartments....the customer does not want any construction done on any of the living areas so all the work will be done in the basement ....the existing main would be taken out and the pipes going to the radiators will stay....so the customer wants two individual boilers but leave the radiators....so we are gonna run two separatediverter tee systems in copper...my question is to determine pipe size...should I use a 20 delta tee?....and original main its 1 1/4 will I be able to use smaller pipe if the formula calls for it?....thanks Paul S