thermostatic radiator valves


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Old 11-29-05, 07:37 PM
jmcmon
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thermostatic radiator valves

Hello all. I have a two zone hot water system, oil furnace. The house is quite large and had been told I would probably want to split the zones. I had thought of zone valves, but in an earlier post, Grady had suggested thermostatic radiator valves. My question is, where can you get info on them and where can you get them. I looked all over the web and can't find anything. Thanks in advance for your help.
side info. The house is 2000 sg ft. zone one controls master b/r, bath, kitchen, dining room. zone 2 controls living room and spare b/r's. The spare bedrooms get hot, while the living room is frigid, the thermometer is in the hall way on the spare room side. zone one's problem mainly needs more radiant, but also needs to be split as the thermometer is in the b/r. Thanks again.
Jeff
 
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Old 11-30-05, 06:35 PM
rjwinz
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TRV's are available at plumbing/heating supply houses. Here is an example (not the cheapest but they usually have it in stock):

http://www.statesupply.com/displayCa...erm_Rad_Valves

You probably have a similar supply business in your area.
 
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Old 12-01-05, 10:18 AM
jmcmon
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Thank you

for the response. I now know what to look for and what to do.
JM
 
 

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