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Single Loop with Diverter Tees
hi - i'm adding to an existing hot water heating zone with several new baseboards. I want to control each baseboard with a TRV. After much research I believe the best way is to create a single loop for the zone and then use diverter tees (monoflows) at the supply and return of each baseboard to connect to the main loop. That way I can shut down any of the individual baseboards without impacting the others. I've included a basic picture that also shows the baseboard lengths and required BTUs for each room.
Is this the right way to go for this? If so how do I determine if I need a diverter at both supply and return? Do i have to worry about the distance between the supply and return tees?