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zoning a residential steam system

you sure you want to go that route? Why not balance the system and get some slower vents on the zone that are over heating,or in the room that house the stat.


  • zoning a residential steam system

    i am looking for a piping diagram for a residential low pressure heating system using 2 2" honeywell zone valves. i had a diagram for this that i got at a seminar years ago, but i must have misplaced it. if anybody out there can help me, i would appreciate it. thank you, bill phillips
  • jeff_51
    jeff_51 Member Posts: 545
    If it's steam and not hot water

    you do not want to go that way. Much better to go with TRV's or as the previous blog said, change out the vents to adjust how fast they vent air. Vents of course are alot less $$$$
  • bob young
    bob young Member Posts: 2,177
    modulating valves.

    you would be better off committing suicide and get it over with. keep one zone steam and add two hot water zones.
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