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Slant/Fin Fine/Line 30 4 ft. Fully Assembled Enclosure and Element Hydronic Baseboard
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Slant/Fin

Fine/Line 30 4 ft. Fully Assembled Enclosure and Element Hydronic Baseboard

$39.53 /each

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The Slant/Fin Fine/Line 30 4 ft. Hydronic Baseboard is made of rust-resistant galvanized steel. The durable, baked-enamel finish can be used as is or serves as a great base for paint or wallpaper. Slant/Fin baseboard can be installed flush to the wall or recessed for a more concealed look.

  • Strong baseboard enclosure
  • Replace old hot water radiators with modern low-profile baseboard
  • High-strength support brackets
  • Elegant rounded edges give your installation a more distinctive look
  • End caps sold separately
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Is there provision for a return line in the unit

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August 26, 2015
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Yes, this product is set up to accommodate a return line.
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Slant Fin 30 series baseboard is designed to accommodate a return line. That is why the enclosure is a little taller than there others. If your feed and return pipe are on the same end, you would run the return pipe on top of the element. You will notice notches in the support brackets to allow it to pass. Remember to support the return pipe but not to tight as the pipe will expand when heated and you Read More
Slant Fin 30 series baseboard is designed to accommodate a return line. That is why the enclosure is a little taller than there others. If your feed and return pipe are on the same end, you would run the return pipe on top of the element. You will notice notches in the support brackets to allow it to pass. Remember to support the return pipe but not to tight as the pipe will expand when heated and you want to avoid excess noise. If you have further questions you are welcome to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3300 Read Less
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What is the least expensive method of hooking orange Pex to a radiant baseboard heater, without using solder?

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PEX is not standardized like copper tube. Each pex system has its own attachment system and set of fittings. The color orange does indicate which brand or system you are using. I would suggest you look at the side of the tubing there should be a name and that company should have a web site that indicates what fitting system they use. I think the simplest way to do what you are asking is to use a fitting Read More
PEX is not standardized like copper tube. Each pex system has its own attachment system and set of fittings. The color orange does indicate which brand or system you are using. I would suggest you look at the side of the tubing there should be a name and that company should have a web site that indicates what fitting system they use. I think the simplest way to do what you are asking is to use a fitting to go from the pex to a threaded fitting. Then use a shark bite style fitting to go from the thread to compression. Depending on the maker of the tube they may have single fitting that does this. Read Less
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Can u cut a baseboard radiator

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Yes baseboard and element can be cut. In fact I know some plumbers that buy only 8' pieces and just cut each piece to the size they need. However it is not easy especially the first time. Tin snips and hack saws then to migrate off a straight line if you are not accustomed to using them, and it is a lot of work. Some trades people not use a chop saw with the proper blade.
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can i use pex

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can i use pex pipe instead of copper
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You can use pex to hook up baseboard and it is done a lot. However you must not use the pex designed for potable water, Often refereed to as Aquapex. You must use Heat Pex which is designed for closed loop heating systems. Oxygen will go through the wall of aquapex and destroy your heating system. Heat pex has an oxygen barrier to protect the inside of your heating system. Some people say it does not Read More
You can use pex to hook up baseboard and it is done a lot. However you must not use the pex designed for potable water, Often refereed to as Aquapex. You must use Heat Pex which is designed for closed loop heating systems. Oxygen will go through the wall of aquapex and destroy your heating system. Heat pex has an oxygen barrier to protect the inside of your heating system. Some people say it does not matter. They are wrong. Because heat pex is more expensive, i have seen situations where it has been used because of ignorance or negligence. It sometimes takes a few years but the ferrous metals eventually rust and the system is destroyed. Read Less
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what the doctor ordered Just what I was looking for at a reasonable price. January 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Satisfactory for a conventional baseboard heater. This unit was everything I expected it would be. Something a little more durable would be better. The metal facial and vent adjustment seem like the would dent easily. No problems yet. Have used this size and larger. they go together well and look nice once they are installed. Taller, more space conscious sizes would be nice to see. June 25, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to get The end caps should extend closer to the floor. I have used other manufactures baseboard and they cover the view of the inlet/outlet piping with the end caps. July 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice system I just replaced the rest of the black pipe and cast iron radiators with copper with these baseboards as the house already had them in the rest of the rooms. They seemed pretty durable from the older ones previously installed, and they install easily and look pretty nice. October 16, 2013
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