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Slant/Fin Multi/Pak 80 6 ft. Fully Assembled Enclosure and H-3 Element
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Slant/Fin

Multi/Pak 80 6 ft. Fully Assembled Enclosure and H-3 Element

$130.40 /each

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Slant/Fin Multi/Pak 80 is a heavy duty, high output commercial baseboard for hot water heating systems. The H-3 Element will produce 730 BTU per ft. at 180°, 1 GPM. Engineered for strength throughout with dent-proof 18-Gauge front panels and massive steel brackets.

  • Galvanized steel
  • Commercial grade
  • Rust resistant
  • Quality enamel finish
  • Includes splice plate kit
  • End caps sold separately

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how many 6 foot sections to a muti pk? is it the same for all multi packs?

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it does not tell how many per multi pk
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80 Series baseboard is referred to as "Multi/Pak" not because it ships as multiples but because the enclosure will accept a number of different elements. For example this enclosure will accomidate two different elements that utilize steam and three that work with water. Each element will have different heat density. This is done because this product is often used on commercial jobs where the architect Read More
80 Series baseboard is referred to as "Multi/Pak" not because it ships as multiples but because the enclosure will accept a number of different elements. For example this enclosure will accomidate two different elements that utilize steam and three that work with water. Each element will have different heat density. This is done because this product is often used on commercial jobs where the architect has specified the same enclosure throughout the building but will vary the out puts by varying the elements. This listing is for a 6' piece using the H-3 element which will put out 730- 770 BTU's per foot based on 180F water at a flow rate of 1-4 gallons per minute. Read Less
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What size copper pip is used? 1/2 or 3/4 inch?

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The H3 element is 3/4". FYI 3/4" copper can carry 45000 BTU's while 1/2 can only carry 12000 and 1" can carry 80000. Chris 978 651 3301
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Can these be cut to meet the measurement need

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Absolutely it can be cut. it. In fact many trades people will buy only 8' pieces and cut every piece. A chop saw with a metal cutting blade works best. However I have seen people use tin snips.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As described I ordered this to heat a small laundry room. It arrived as described. All the fins were intact and undamaged. I did have it sent to the store for pick-up because I read other reviews about them being beaten up in transit. Having it shipped to the store I was able to inspect it in front of the clerk. It was however undamaged. The heat output is sufficient. One end of the copper pipe is stretched into a 3/4"id and the other end is 3/4" od. The fins slide on plastic saddles to keep it quiet as it heats up and expands. The element does not reach all the way to the ends to allow for connection pieces. Overall a nice clean unit. March 22, 2014
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