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Author Topic: Advice on a balancing radiators with GSHP  (Read 2147 times)
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« Reply #15 on: September 29, 2018, 05:07:57 PM »

I have been watching this thread with interest, it is imposable to give a reasonable answer with the information supplied. Is it a radiator system only, are there zones, how many, is there a manifold, does it have flow meters, is it just one circuit with one stat, how many rads, have they been sized for low temperature. At 70 deg you can get away with poor pipe runs but at 40 deg with conventional rads things need to be better planned. Are the rads sized for the house heat losses. 
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