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6 zone radiant really about 8?

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by shagbark, Mar 2, 2009.

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  1. shagbark

    shagbark New Member

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    Loc:
    south central, ky
    Zone 1 approx 750 sq feet of storage are in basement kind a garage area maybe will put 1000 gal storage here also in future in slab hydronic.
    Zone 2 approx 900 sg ft of kitchenette, recreation room, and bathroom in slab hydronic
    Zone 3 approx 900 sg ft of two bedrooms an office and theater room in slab hydronic
    Zone 4 DHW side arm in a 50 or 80 gallon electric
    Zone 5 Plenum heat exchanger for 2600 sq ft main floor
    Zone 6 Master Bath under floor staple up to subfloor/tile floor hydronic with floor temp thermostat 180 sq feet
    Zone 7 Kitchen breakfast area and mud room 450 sq ft under floor staple up to subfloor/tile or brick paver floor in floor temp thermostat
    Zone 8 Kids bath underfloor staple up to subfloor/tile hydronic with floor temp thermostat 100 sq ft

    Zone 6,7,8 are for the convienenc of heated tile floor zone 5 exchanger will be primary heat in these rooms also. I will probably have to reduce blower fan speed and damper the air duct runs to these areas?

    Is there a better way than 6 zone valves or pumps and manifolds for the 6 radiant zones.

    all opinions are needed and greatly appreciated.
    Thanks in advance
    Shagbark

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