Location of auto. air vent in hot water\baseborad system?


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Old 08-19-05, 04:21 AM
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Location of auto. air vent in hot water\baseborad system?

Hi Folks,
I have a 3 zone hot water\baseboard heating system in my rancher. I have had problems with air in the baseboard heaters.
I would like to install some auto air vents to help eliminate these air problems - as currently there are none.

Therefore, where should they be located? Do I need to install one for each zone? At the start or end of the zone loop?

Or can I just install one auto air vent on the boiler? I was told that I could just install just just prior to the pressure relief valve? (tee off the line between the boiler and the pressure relief valve and then install the air vent here) I guess the logic is that it would remove the air from the boiler tank?

Thanks in advance for your help!

Aivars Berzins
 
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Old 08-19-05, 05:29 PM
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If you can host some pix of the boiler & near boiler piping it would be a great help.
 
 

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