I am installing a new heating system and relocating the boiler upstairs to a bedroom - got a CORGI engineer coming to do the boiler and I am running the pipework.
I am running the flow and return round the upstairs and am tee-ing off from both just near the boiler to run the downstairs. So, I will have one f&r supplying 3 radiators and a towel rail upstairs and another f&r supplying 3 radiatiors downstairs.
So effectively they will almost be two separate systems with an end radiator up and another end radiator down. I am running all the f&r in 22mm copper reducing to 15mm only at the radiators.
Does this sound ok? I am wondering if it would be better to do the flow and return each as one continuous run all round the house. What I don't want is one or two of the rads not heating properly.
I am installing a new Worcester Bosch 28i Junior which should be more than adequate for the demand. Will the pump be able to cope with effectively sending the water in two different directions?
I can't decide if I am being concerned over nothing or not!
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