Low-Loss Hydronic Headers

Vastyan, John
June 2006
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Jun2006 Supplement, Vol. 78, p18
The article discusses the use of hydronic headers as a reliable industrial solution. Primary/secondary configuration overall system design is required for an effective low-loss header. According to Appropriate Designs president John Siegenthaler, primary/secondary piping has been utilized in the hydronic heating industry for ten years already.


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