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I’m in the (slow) process of adding u/f heating to my property as part of the renovation

I’ve added a manifold downstairs but now I need to add u/f to bathroom floor upstairs (this was never on the original plan). Of course it would be easy to send up the u/f pipes but the one thing I’ve learnt about air is that it loves getting stuck.

So obviously I’m thinking I need a second manifold with air release valve etc upstairs. The Mrs will probably badger me for more rooms upstairs to have u/f anyway. Such as our (currently hypothetical) 4x5m ensuite.

Is it usual to just extend the 1st manifold (on the opposite side of the pump/mixer valve) with say some 22mm lines and route this to feed the second manifold? Seems logical to me. Never done this before so asking if anyone has.

Anyone done this?


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