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    This is pretty much what I thought. Just looking...

    This is pretty much what I thought.
    Just looking for another solution if it was there.
    Thanks
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    I am unable to put the flange down on top of the...

    I am unable to put the flange down on top of the floor.
    When the pipe was installed to keep the flow angle proper I had to put the flange at this height.
    To get it any lower would meant having to...
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    toilet flange hight

    My flange is 1/2in to high, the floor is finished.
    I need to space the toilet up approx. 1/2in.
    What is the best way to do this?
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    painting new drywall

    I have done the first step by sealing the drywall using Cloverdale Paintís Latex Hi Hide Drywall Sealer for drywall or masonry. Now I need to lightly sand before starting the top coats.

    After...
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    I am using a total modulating tank less hot water...

    I am using a total modulating tank less hot water heater.
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    Drywall and radiant heat

    I have radiant heat installed in the ceiling of the basement.
    I will be dry walling the ceiling soon, is there any special considerations that I should do.
    I am thinking about the heat and the...
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    It is not a finished area at the moment so I...

    It is not a finished area at the moment so I could in worst case scenario do a reconfigure.
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    supply temp ver: return temp

    I have a small staple up under floor radiant heating system.
    Right now 8 zone manifold that I am using 5 zones, will be adding 3 more zones in the near future.
    I am running supply temp of 140deg F...
  9. Just a quick reply. I will have to read your...

    Just a quick reply.
    I will have to read your reply a few times to take it all in.
    I have dropped the water temp from 160deg to 140deg and it actually feels warmer overall. Let it run longer.
    I am...
  10. That is one thought about snaking the tubing in...

    That is one thought about snaking the tubing in the joist space.
    One thought I had was to run 2 pipes in one joist space but use only every second one.
    Good point about the thermal bridging though....
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    will this for radiant heating

    I am now using radiant heat for the main floor using staple up pipe in the joist space.

    I am thinking about using radiant heat for doing the basement but from the ceiling.

    I have attached a...
  12. Thanks, lots of good info. I was thinking of...

    Thanks, lots of good info.
    I was thinking of putting down DriCore floor but I think your idea is better.
    Will probably use 1in of XPS and the OSB over top.
    The foil is for a radiant barrier that...
  13. Yes the foil only space is keeping up the heating...

    Yes the foil only space is keeping up the heating needs, it takes awhile to come up to temp but once there it shuts down and keeps the temp for quite awhile before turning on again.
    Thanks for the...
  14. That's interesting about using the ceiling as the...

    That's interesting about using the ceiling as the heat source.
    I have thought about that as well.
    Right now I am heating the upper floor with staple up radiant heat with a 1.5in to 2in gap to the...
  15. hydronic radiant heating, wall area needed per sq.ft of floor space.

    I am toying with using a 2X6 wall for hydronic radiant heating some rooms.
    This wall runs down the middle of the house and will be used to heat both sides.
    This is in the basement with only 7ft...
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    I have also put in a system that is mounted under...

    I have also put in a system that is mounted under floor.
    I need to do some fine tuning but all seems to be ok.
    I looked at your pictures and see that you mounted the pipe away from the joists.
    I...
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    waterproofing before tile

    I am redoing my front porch.
    It is approx. 8ft by 3ft.
    I have put down 3/4in ply. with joists spaced at 14in, the short way.
    I want to put down tile, what is my best way to waterproof the ply....
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    I have a unique situation. I don't have a boiler...

    I have a unique situation.
    I don't have a boiler but run a heating box with a tankless hot water heater.
    As for having the heat shutdown while out of town probably isn't a concern where I live. It...
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    auto fill ver: shutdown

    I am not convinced on using an auto fill for a hydronic system.
    With a fill line connected all the time you could have a small leak for a long time before finding out.
    What if using a switch that...
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    They are not controlled at this moment but will...

    They are not controlled at this moment but will be when I get this sorted out. Probably there will be 3 or 4 control zones, depending on how I want to the basement.
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    The design on page 12 shows a hook up for a open...

    The design on page 12 shows a hook up for a open loop system.
    The one on page 11 is closed loop, this still could be done as a primary / secondary system.
    I will listen to what you have to say...
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    I have talked to Navian and they are willing to...

    I have talked to Navian and they are willing to supply the Armstrong E9B pump as the spec's are showing this pump.
    With that if you look at page 11 this is how I have my system plumbed. As a closed...
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    Thanks much for your inputs Z1700. Now just a...

    Thanks much for your inputs Z1700.

    Now just a thought, if the UPS26-99 Grundfos were to fit in the same space as the old pump in the heat box, do you think that would work?
    I know it would...
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    Pump is a Everon KDP-CTH0650, couldn't fine...

    Pump is a Everon KDP-CTH0650, couldn't fine anything on the web.
    Flow: 50L/min max. or 13.2 gpm
    Head: 6M max.or 19.68 ft
    So I am shopping for a pump.
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    Yes big difference 0 to approx. 25 ver: the...

    Yes big difference 0 to approx. 25 ver: the Armstrong 0 to 42.
    I did remove the PRV and there is now a bit more flow, but not enough.
    The flow meter's read less than 0.25gpm, and how accurate are...
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