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Mixing valve location (before/after pump)
Good morning all. I have a zone of radiant for my basement slab that is controlled by a pump dedicated to it. It currently does not have a mixing valve on it and I would like to install one this summer. In relation to the zone pump, does it matter if the mixing valve is installed before or after the pump. My current installation would make it easier to install immediately after the pump. Is there a downside to putting it there?
Also, what is the highest recommended temperature for the water feeding an in slab loop?
Thanks for any thoughts and recommendations.