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Geothermal & Radiant floor heating question

thomasjti
thomasjti Member Posts: 1
Hello years ago when I built a house we installed radiant floor heating with a 24KW electric boiler & I have 2 zones the Electric boiler that because of the high electric cost we installed a 5 Ton water to water heat pump with a 80 gal thermal water storage tank connected to a hydronic fan coil that I am heating & Cooling with now I have 2 concrete floors that I want to connect to this now because these are too cold cant I just set up a circ pump & a T stat for this zone & run it off of my hot water from the storage tank into my concrete pex tubing ? thanks

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  • GroundUp
    GroundUp Member Posts: 1,139
    5 tons is only 75% of 24kw, so depending on the load your floors require this is a definite maybe. Short answer is yes you can do it, but the long answer requires more info to determine whether it will perform sufficiently. Also, I may or may not have gotten diabetes from trying to read this lengthy jumble of a run-on sentence/statement/question hybrid. A little punctuation goes a long way
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