Hot Water Boiler System

hot water boiler system

hot water boiler system
Residents of Clifton’s Park Hill Apartments complain about no heat, hot water
Despite landlord fines from the city, family says temperature stays in 50s during the day
Can you retrofit a forced hot water to radiant heat system using the same boiler?

I wanted to convert my heat system to radiant flooring, I have forced hot water and i wanted to install radiant heating. Can i use the same boiler in both systems? thanks

The short answer is yes you can do it. The water in your baseboard radiators runs at around 180 F. The water circulating through the floor tubing is usually around 95 F. To accomplish this you will need a separate circulating pump for the flooring loop and a three-way mixing valve to modulate the temperature of the water. You may also need temperature sensors, thermostatic zone valves and/or an outdoor temp.controller.
Radiant floor heat can also be supplied by your domestic hot water tank.

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