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Adding a Small Modine-

ced48ced48 Member Posts: 381
I want to add a small Modine heater to the return line of a new Modcon install, purpose being to add some heat to a basement area, and knock down the delta-t some more. The old boiler use to keep the basement warm, with it gone, going to get chilly. The Modine will operate when ever the upstairs calls for heat. What is the best way to add the heater to the return line, without messing up the return flow to the boiler? The heater has .5 pressure drop at 1.3 gpm, my return line is 1", with about 5 gpm, serving a 2 split loop system. Thanks in advance for any help.


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