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Needing advice on the proper setup for a hydronic system.

ajreed312ajreed312 Member Posts: 10
I'm needing some advice on how to correct some piping issues on a house that I went to for the first time last week. Most of the radiators are baseboards but there is one room that has floor heat. I'm trying to figure out what the best solution is to temper the water for the floor heat. Will a heat exchanger be the best option for this setup? The dimensions of the room is 13x17x9. The aquastat on the boiler is currently set to 180°. Any advice would be much appreciated.

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