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Multi temp loops question
Hello. I am new to this site. I am a P&H contractor (sole proprietor) near Denver. I am doing a whole house remodel for a data systems contractor friend. This house has a in-slab radiant zone, a baseboard zone, and 2 separate staple up zones. Also have a side arm water heater, and using a Triangle Tube Prestige.
We decided to install the staple up (pex-al) tubing suspended 1-5/8"down below the sub floor by installing 2x4 backing on 4' intervals. My question is, since the tubing is not touching the floor and heating the joist cavity (insulation barrier below), can I run it with the 160*-180* baseboard loop off my manifold? The slab loop will be mixed down to 120 or so. Client is installing engineered hardwood flooring.
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