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How do you plan a central heating system?

How do you plan a central heating system?

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What is the best heating system for a large house?

System boilers, conventional boilers and Regular boilers are known to be efficient and reliable for a larger home that demands a large amount of heating and hot water for a number of baths and showers at once.

How many radiators can you run off 15mm pipe?

I wouldn’t recommend ever running more than 3 radiators on one 15mm branch. It’s far better practise to tee off the main flow/return pipes for each radiator if possible. You might get away with more radiators but I wouldn’t hook up more than 13.5K btus worth of radiators to one 15mm pipe run.

What’s the difference between Y plan and s plan?

By way of a reminder, a Y plan uses a mid-position valve to direct the primary flow through the heating circuit, hot water circuit, or both, while the S plan utilises at least two separate zone valves for both the heating and hot water functions. The style of system design chosen can be influenced by many factors.

How do you install PEX tubing on concrete?

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How do you size underfloor heating?

By measuring the dimensions of the fixed items, these can be deducted from the gross area which will give you an accurate dimension of the nett area to be heated. For example, a gross bathroom of perhaps 6 sq. m, often will have a nett area to be heated of perhaps 2.5 or 3 sq. m.

How do you layout PEX?

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How far apart should radiant tubing be?

This type of radiant heat often requires tubing to be installed every 6 inches (or closer) in order to provide sufficient heat. Warmboard is able to use tubing every 12 inches because of our superior conductivity. In fact, to match our heat output, thin slab would require tubing every 2 inches!