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Sorry, Domestic Heating Design Guide.
I thought every one had a copy:D
Oh there are hundreds of them out there to choose from.
Pays your money, takes your choice.
Just don't go too cheap there are some very thin...
Yes, if it is going to be left on for extended periods & not no/off morning & night.
Just a word of warning though for those using time control...
Sorry you feel the way gmartine but its not OP I am so worried about it is all the other muppets who come along afterwards read this thread &.
You just size as normal, the idea being that as the external temp rises from the designed low point, the required output from the heat emitter...
Great, so you could make an informed decision if you wanted to drilling holes in joists.
My point was/is, should we be encouraging those who don't...
Not this one! either
say the structural engineer who fully "understands bending moments"
You don't normally install them running through the joists.
Try using boxing either above or below the ceiling.
I don't know why do they ?
I try not to make a judgment on what others do, I just concentrate on what is right & wrong.
interesting, what with?
Because I have done a lot of drainage & the only time I have ever come across a vertical section of pipe becoming blocked...
An Automatic Air Admittance Valve would not be required on a stub stack on the ground floor.
An access cap is all that is required to close the end.
So you have seen lots of 100mm vertical stacks block then have you dan?
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