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TRVs on one pipe steam

So I've been reading about TRVs on one pipe steam and most recommend Danfoss because they have vac break. I understand Vac break but what I don't understand is why some systems need it and others don't. I've read reviews of the Danfoss and Honeywell TRVs but I can't seem to figure out why the Honeywell TRVs seem to work fine on some systems but not others. I have bought two Honeywell TRVs to test out on my radiators. I live in a single home that the boiler rarely comes on more than 20 minutes at a time. I will be adding more main vents because I realize mine are missing on one end and undersized on the other. We originally had a converted coal boiler and it was replace less than 10 years ago.

Any insight into what systems the Honeywell TRVs seem to work fine would be helpful. I want to use the Honeywell electronic TRV heads so it easier to use the honeywell TRV bodies.
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