|Posted by hj on March 19, 2004 at 18:47:11:|
|In response to Re: Installing 'new' old radiators & zoning|
It probably will be but the determining factor for the pipe size is the size of the radiator and the amount of heat required from it.
: Actually, the 3/4" would be the branch piping coming off the main piping; each radiator would be fed/returned by it's own pair of 3/4" lines.....is this not sufficient? Can you recommend any books or websites for details?
: : If you are using "real" radiators, then you had better be thinking larger than 3/4" piping, and zoning will be the least of your problems if you do not install the piping properly.
: : : I'm going to be installing cast iron radiators in an addition we're building. 5 rooms in all. Hot water heating, and I'd like to zone the new rooms and the rest of the existing house. How big should I drill holes to run the 3/4" copper tubing? Can anyone recommend a good book on the subject of zoning? Any other advice would be welcome as well, thank you!!
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