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  • Radiant Floor Heating & Manifold Question

    I am going to retro-fit my house with radiant floor heat. The system will be attached to the underside of the sudfloor using transfer plates. As I have done my research most say that easch "loop" of Pex should not be longer than 200'. So each "loop" starts at and ends at the manifold. What I was wondering is could I run a pair of copper lines,supply & return the length of the basement and "tap into this "manifold" at different points? The 'header' would be insulated. This would keep my 'loops' shorter and eliminate a snakes nest of pex at a central short manifold. Each loop would have a valve to act as a balancing valve.
    Let me know your thoughts.
    Thanks

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    Re: Radiant Floor Heating & Manifold Question

    Anybody?

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    • #3
      Re: Radiant Floor Heating & Manifold Question

      yes. you need to do some more research. breid..................

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