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Converting Monoflo baseboard to Series/split?
HI, Long time reader, first time posting.
Looking to do a repipe of my Monoflo system to gain headhight in the basement. Looking for the best way to go as far a piping. Did a lot of reading but wanted to get some opinions if I could. Was planning on using O2 Pex (size depending of how its piped)
Current System works well. No real cold spots
2000 sq fr Cape on Long Island
6 year old Peerless oil burner.
Taco 0015 IFC feeds main line
Taco 007 feeds just LR(9'BB and 9K BTU rad)
Updated windows and insulation.
Burnham baseray 7" CI baseboard throughout 1 st floor
CI rads upstairs (one in downstairs LR as well)
Thinking or doing a series run or maybe split series.
I attached some pics of some ideas, any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
1st idea- series run.
My concern if I would lose too much heat by the end.
Thinking 3/4" O2 PEX
I would run the 007 for the upstairs (3 rads- 17K BTU) and the 0015 would run 2 zones on main level(61' BB and LR (9' BB and 9k BTU rad)
2 idead -split series. Make first floor one zone that feeds into 1" O2 pex return. 2nd floor either do series or split as well?
Open to others ideas of course