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Radiator vents

SparkleeSparklee Posts: 1Member
Is it advisable to plug the air vents on each radiators and vent only on the main located near the boiler to increase efficiency of a two pipe system?

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  • JUGHNEJUGHNE Posts: 4,952Member
    Pictures of a typical radiator showing each end connection would maybe give the answer.
  • FredFred Posts: 6,973Member
    There aren't many two pipe systems with vents on the radiators. Were those vents added by someone over the years because traps had failed? Pictures of a couple of the radiators and both connections will tell a lot.
  • newagedawnnewagedawn Posts: 549Member
    pics of the boiler and rads would help
    "The bitter taste of a poor install lasts far longer than the JOY of the lowest price"
  • delta Tdelta T Posts: 689Member
    Most likely....yes. There are a couple of two pipe systems with vents on the radiators, but most likely you do not want the vents on the rads and should have traps on the return side of the. The air will vent through the trap, follow the return back to a vent in the boiler room. That being said, as others said, get us some pictures and we can tell you for sure.
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