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Best wishes for the holiday season with health, joy and prosperity in 2017. I have to laugh about these experts that do radiant. The first thing the poster needs to do is get a proper header with balancing valves. One wants low water temperatures in the radiant. P/S is the only way to do radiant. The other poster that says that with a lower boiler flow rate, the secondary circuit will have a higher return temperature than the boiler return temperature??? There is no point of posing to correct any of this!