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Hydronic Panel Radiator placement in a large room
I'm heating a 725 sq ft great room with Rutal panel rads. One one end of the room is a long exterior wall. I've read that it's best to position panel rads on exterior walls, but if i did this I would have no panels on the opposite of the 23' long room, an interior wall with heated rooms on the other side. How important is it to put rads on both ends of a large room, rather than placing them just on the exterior wall with windows?
Attached is a layout showing Rutal wall panels under 2 exterior wall windows. There is sufficient BTUH output from these 2 rads to meet great room total heat loss at design. The fireplace is a high quality gas log set which puts out substantial heat (not factored into the heating equation).
Do I need a panel at the opposite end of the room?