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Am I rolling the Dice with Kitec here?
We own a 2007 build house and it is roughed in for hydronic heat in the garage (2 loops)and basement (4 loops). The problem is that the in floor loops are orange Kitec. Wierdly enough none of the water runs are though. The contractor is looking into alternate fittings but how big a risk am I running of a major leak down the road? I read and signed up for the class action suit just in case but should I press on here?
The plan is to replace the water heater with a Navien 240 ASME, one zone in the garage (24'x24'), two zones in the basement (1200 sq ft). Here's the kicker: This area has hard water, cold inlet temps and winter gets to below -40 occasionally and -35 for significant periods. I am planning on using glycol/water in the closed loops.
Am I making a huge mistake?