Does anyone know if steam radiators can be used in a hot water system? I obtained a few steam ones not realizing the difference. At the top these ones do not have the connection flow passage like hot water ones do. Will they still work in a hot water system or are they junk? Thanks.
What if I were to drill holes and use some black pipe between the fins near the top? That would allow for water flow just as would hot water radiators, wouldn't it? I could have a right hand thread on one side and a left on the other so as I tighten the pipe it would bring the two pieces together. Is that realistic to do?
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