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Radiators and Convectors Different Piping Examples

Example of how to pipe a Hydronic Radiator or Fan Convectors. This picture shows the 4 different ways to pipe Radiators or Convectors. The Mono Flo Tee and Home Run methods are the most common. 

Myson Radiators and Myson Convectors Piping Examples

Different examples of how to pipe a Hydronic Radiator or Fan Convectors.

  

Monoflow Tee Pipe System (This is the most common type and preferred)

Quantity X - Hydronic Heating Monoflow Tees

Quantity X - Copper and Brass Fittings

 

Series Loop System (Max Btu about 15,000 and not to be used for bigger loops)

Quantity X - Copper and Brass Fittings

 

Home Run Method (Works well with PEX Manifolds)

Quantity X - Hydronic Radiant Heat Pex Tubing (Depends on Systyem)

Quantity X - Copper and Brass Fittings

 

Reverse Parllel 2 Pipe System (Not as common as Home Run or Mono Flo Tee Systems)

Quantity X - Copper and Brass Fittings

 

X = Various Amounts of Product needed - dependant on actual system