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I'm curious how some of you guys would attack this system.
Owner will want in slab for the basement, staple up under washrooms and kitchen (all tiled floors), cast iron column heaters in porches/mudroom and baseboard for all other carpet/wooden floored rooms.
Would you do seperate manifolds for each style that is supplied with its own mixing valve for the different temperatures? And then have each heater (or loop) fitted with an actuator?
Or are there some nice control / valve setups that will keep this system from becoming too complicated?
Essentially I'm trying to get some input as to how I can keep this boiler room as neat and tidy as possible.
Also when do a heatloss I have a question. Say I come up with 75K and want to add an indirect using priority control does that mean I do not have to add the BTU for the indirect to the overall heat loss when sizing the boiler?