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2000 Series 7,100 BTU Brown Hydronic Kickspace Heater (Not Electric)

$259.00 /each

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The Quiet-One 2000 Series 7,100 BTU Brown Hydronic Kickspace Heater is a totally enclosed unit that can easily slip under a cabinet or in a wall. This kickspace heater is great for installation in a hard-to-heat spot. The High E heat exchanger, low-power motor and fan with easy glide sleeve bearings ensure low electrical usage.

  • 25-Watt kickspace heater at 120-Volt creates adequate warmth for a hard-to-heat area
  • 150 sq. ft. heating capacity ideal for a smaller bedroom, bathroom or kitchen
  • Highly efficient heat exchanger with low water content to allow the built-in thermostat to respond quickly
  • High E heat exchanger, low-power motor and a fan with easy glide sleeve bearings ensure low electrical usage
  • Totally enclosed unit can slip easily under a cabinet or in a wall
  • Chassis does not have to be screwed to the floor
  • Removable grille
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is it possible to add a wall switch to control the fan?

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If so, is it a regular on off switch or a hi low off switch? And if possible to control a multi function switch is there a wiring diagram available?

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Your question leads me to believe there may be some confusion as to your understanding of this product. The thermostat would be that on off switch, The way this product works is as follows. The thermostat when cold actuates a relay that turns on the circulation pump. When that pump moves hot water from the boiler through the coil in the kickspace heater, the aquastat in the unit senses the presence of Read More
Your question leads me to believe there may be some confusion as to your understanding of this product. The thermostat would be that on off switch, The way this product works is as follows. The thermostat when cold actuates a relay that turns on the circulation pump. When that pump moves hot water from the boiler through the coil in the kickspace heater, the aquastat in the unit senses the presence of hot water and turns the fan on. It shuts down in the reverse order. The kick space heater has a switch that allows you to put the fan in high, low and off position. Keep in mind if you put the switch in High the fan will only come on if there is hot water circulating through the coil. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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March 18, 2016
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No, it is not possible to add a wall switch to control the fan.
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This unit comes in Brown. Is it possible to order the grill in White?
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The units all come with standard brown. They do make an optional grill that mounts over the brown one and it is available in white. For this unit it is a model OLG3-W and it costs $74.94 and can be special ordered at a Home Depot store. I found that quite expensive so when I needed one in white I painted the grill white myself and have been happy with it. Chris 978 651 3301
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How far should the monoflow tee's be apart

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how far should the mono-flow Tee's be apart. The direction only have some very blurry diagrams.
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Great question. A minimum of 12" is needed to create the pressure drop necessary to create flow through the sub loop. Some plumbers use two monoflow or scoop tees and some use only one. If you are using 1 keep it mind you put it down stream . Meaning the monoflow tee goes where the water is returning to the main line. Many people assume it goes in the begining and the water is forced into the sub loop. Read More
Great question. A minimum of 12" is needed to create the pressure drop necessary to create flow through the sub loop. Some plumbers use two monoflow or scoop tees and some use only one. If you are using 1 keep it mind you put it down stream . Meaning the monoflow tee goes where the water is returning to the main line. Many people assume it goes in the begining and the water is forced into the sub loop. In fact what you are doing is creating a pressure drop and the water is pulled through the sub loop. I often suggest that people do a search for monoflow tees on google images. There are a number of good illustrations that show this better than i can explain it. Feel free to call me if you need further info. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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Is it okay to go from 3/4" feed to the 1/2" pipes on this unit?

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My pipes from the existing hydronic heating system are 3/4". I am performing a kitchen remodel, and we had to take out one of the hydronic baseboards (for lack of space), and we are planning on putting in a kickspace heater in line to replace it. The in and out pipes on this heater are only 1/2", however. This seems like a really bad idea to me, as it obviously will change the flow characteristics (velocity and pressure) of the entire system. Should I be concerned? If so, what is the solution? Are there other kickspace heaters that use 3/4" in and outs? Thanks!
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Great question. My name is Chris and you welcome to call me and we can talk about this at 978 651 3301. I will try to explain for you and the benefit of others that read this. But again if it is not clear, please feel free to call. ¾” copper tube can carry 45000 BTU’s but ½” can only carry 12000 BTU’s. So if you reduce the pipe size you would be reducing the capacity of the entire zone. Yes you would Read More
Great question. My name is Chris and you welcome to call me and we can talk about this at 978 651 3301. I will try to explain for you and the benefit of others that read this. But again if it is not clear, please feel free to call. ¾” copper tube can carry 45000 BTU’s but ½” can only carry 12000 BTU’s. So if you reduce the pipe size you would be reducing the capacity of the entire zone. Yes you would create velocity but that would not make up for it as it will be negated by the less time the water spends in the pipe. Kick Space heaters need to be installed using mono flow tees. Meaning they become a ½” loop off the ¾” loop. So most of the water will bypass the heater. The mono flow aka scoop tee, is a ¾” x ½” tee with a little metal tab in it. As the water goes through the main ¾” pipe this tab will create a pressure drop that will cause water to divert to this newly added ½” loop. If you use a regular ¾”x ½” tee the water will have no reason to flow through the ½” loop. Water moves to pressure drop. A picture is worth a thousand words so if you google mono flow tee in images you will see diagrams that may illustrate this better than my words. Read Less
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Quite one 2000 Good heat quite operation except on boost a little louder December 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great product for kitchens with little wall space. Product works great for those kitchens that have very little wall space and are using baseboard heating. February 19, 2014
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