Home remodeling project revolved around mechanical systems
December 26, 2016
As crews dismembered the inner parts and pieces of the 1,800-square-foot home, they discovered that just about everything, including the electrical service, most interior walls, flooring, insulation, old chimneys, plumbing, the original furnace with its a/c coil on top, and even the septic lines in and out, had to go.
The constant variation in loads means water temperatures along the primary circuit could vary over a significant range. How do you properly size a heat emitter if you don’t know what the supply water temperature might be, depending on what other loads are active?