Two-Pipe Hot Water Heating Systems


In this excerpt from his Classic Hydronics seminar, Dan Holohan shares his knowledge on two-pipe hot water heating systems. He talks about the advantages of two-pipe systems, direct return, reverse return, direct return with thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs), differential pressure regulators, hydronic heating flow rates, tips on sizing circulators for existing jobs, and more.

Want to learn more? Read Dan Holohan’s book Classic Hydronics: How to Get the Most From Those Older Hot-Water Heating Systems.


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