Sometimes multiple mistakes show up in small portions of hydronic systems. The piping configuration shown in Figure 1 is one example. It represents a simple secondary circuit within a primary/secondary system. Can you spot at least four specific installation details that could create problems within this system?
Within the pages of this magazine, PM’s Hydronics Editor John Siegenthaler, P.E., will pose a question to you, our readers, to review a system’s schematic layout and discover its faults, flaws and defects. Discover archived “The Glitch & The Fix” exercises at its radiant-focused website, www.radiantandhydronics.com. Good luck!