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Temp control for buderus and radiant
My system has radiant cement slab in part of house and radiators in a single pump system wirh two manifolds. House is well insulated but is remodeled 1810 upstate ny post and beam house wirh partial bluestone crawlspace 5’ high and the rest is on bedrock with bluestones under floor joists. So not much I can do for insulating floor of spaces wuth radiators and built on bedrock.
one zone that has radiant in slab and under old wide plank floors, on standoffs so not very efficient nor should they be too close because wide boards will shrink a lot. I want to get rid of that radiant under those wood floors and run radiatora in that living room, can I then loop in the supply off the return of the radiator so that the water is cooler, or is it pretty simple to just change one of the manifolds that runs all the radiant into a mix valve to lower the radiant temp?
The manifold on left is radiators and the manifold on right is radiant.