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Monoflo loop

bradcobillbradcobill Posts: 6Member
Hello,

As part of a remodel, owner wants to add in a toe kick heater on to what is already a 3/4 monoflo loop. Can I tee in a monoflo off of the existing monoflo?

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  • IronmanIronman Posts: 5,115Member
    Sure, just keep the run as short as possible. You may need two monoflo Tees if it gets too long.
    Bob Boan


    You can choose to do what you want, but you cannot choose the consequences.
  • Eric_32Eric_32 Posts: 264Member
    You want to add a new mono flow tee on the "main line" or cut it in on the branch of an existing mono flow tee?
  • bradcobillbradcobill Posts: 6Member
    There is already a 3/4 monoflo loop off off mains in basement. I want to cut in a 1/2 monoflo loop off of that 3/4 loop to pick up a new toe kick
  • HVACNUTHVACNUT Posts: 2,319Member
    > @bradcobill said:
    > There is already a 3/4 monoflo loop off off mains in basement. I want to cut in a 1/2 monoflo loop off of that 3/4 loop to pick up a new toe kick

    No. The 1/2" must be it's own branch circuit.
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