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Replacing convector with panel radiator on monoflow system
I am researching a heating upgrade in a kitchen.
Monoflow run supplying venturi tees (on the inlet side, not return).
Semi-recessed hydronic convectors.
Two are in kitchen. One is mid-point on run and considering its replacement.
Subject convector is 26.5 inches tank to tank by 6 inches - not including cabinet.
Replace one of the convectors with a steel panel radiator. Keeping it on the monoflow
Replace the 1/2 inch copper that connects radiator to tees with 1/2 Pex.
I would like to do this without having to completely change from monoflow to a 2 pipe system. The radiator I am considering is a Buderus 21 or similar in a Beacon Morris. Is this possible? It's not near the end of the run so I don't think I would have much of a problem but still wanted to ask any pros who do this.