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Install Hydronic Kickspace heater in the baseboard loop or "scoop T" side loop?
I'm installing 2 BM TWIN-FLO III baseboard heaters with 1/2" pipe on a 3/4 loop of ~160' with just baseboard powered by a Taco 007. Here's the install manual: https://s3.amazonaws.com/s3.supplyhouse.com/product_files/KickstartInstall1.pdf
Should I use the scoop T side branch method or just put them in the loop? What will the CV of the 1/2" units in the loop do? The manual doesn't help much "They are essentially small unit heaters, and will work on one or two pipe systems, or in a series loop where pressure and temperature drop can be tolerated". Ever since noticing how tiny the actual port in a Honeywell zone valve is, I've been dubious about resistance concerns in loops.