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Fine/Line 30 5 ft. Hydronic Baseboard Heating Enclosure Only in Nu-White

  • Elegant rounded edges offer a distinctive look to your wall decor
  • Rust-resistant enamel finish withstands rugged use
  • Built using galvanized steel makes it rust- and warp-resistant
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Product Overview

The Fine/Line 30 5 ft. Baseboard-Heating Enclosure provides durable coverage for exposed pipe or tubing. Nu-White enamel can be used as is or can be painted or wallpapered to match any decor. Elegant rounded edges give your installation a more distinctive look. Slant/Fin baseboard can be installed flush to the wall or recessed for a more concealed look.
  • Replace old hot water radiators with modern low-profile baseboard
  • Galvanized steel construction
  • Rust-resistant enamel finish
  • Commercial grade
  • Enclosure only: heating element not included
  • For use with hot water hydronic heating systems only - not for steam systems

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Baseboard Heating TypeHydronicHydronicHydronicHydronic
Voltage (volts)0000
Heating Technology TypeRadiantRadiantConvectionConvection
Product Weight (lb.)910.5 lb1321
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.75
Product Height (in.)
7.875
Product Length (in.)
0
Product Width (in.)
60

Details

Baseboard Heating Type
Hydronic
Color
white
Color Family
Whites
Heat rating (BTU/hour)
0
Heating Product Type
Baseboard
Heating Technology Type
Radiant
Hydronic
Yes
Power/Fuel Type
Other
Product Weight (lb.)
10.5 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Thermostat
No
Vented
No
Voltage (volts)
0
Wattage (watts)
0

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

14Questions15Answers

Can this be installed without having to mess with any of the piping? I.e., can I install this my...

Asked by Jill October 20, 2020
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The purpose of enclosure only is not to replace rusted or damaged enclosure; meaning to rewrap existing element. It is made to act as a pipe chase in retrofits and create visual continuity in certain installations. Say you have a 10' wall but the heating need only requires 5' of element. You can run 5' of complete and 5' of enclosure. Thus the entire 10' wall will be covered but only half will get warm. This is why the average plumber buys 90% complete, meaning enclosure with element and only 10% enclosure only. However The Home Depot sells 50% complete and 50% enclosure only. So people are certainly using enclosure only to replace there existing enclosures. In the 30 years we have been providing Slant Fin to the Home Depot, I have talked to a lot of customers attempting this. Sometimes they are able to do it without to much trouble and in other installations its virtually impossible without removing the element. It all depends on how the original baseboard was installed and how the piping was done. For example if there is wainscoting or tile installed on top of the baseboard it can make removing the back plate impossible. Another factor is the brand of baseboard that is currently installed. Replacing Slant Fin 30 series with Slant Fin 30 series means that things should line up. But if you are using Slant Fin 30 series enclosure to replace one of the many other brands that have been available over the years, things may not line up. This can result in damage to the element fins. And the element may not then expand and contract smoothly. This will result in noise when the hot water is circulating. I understand people don't like to solder or get in over there heads. So the fact that I do makes me bias. But If the enclosure is so deteriorated that I was going to replace it, I would go to the trouble of replacing the element as well. Or if the element was in good shape and I would use one of the new products intended as a retrofit option. Such as "Neat Heat" or Slant Fins "Reviatalline" Both products are available on Home Depots website

What do you use to cut this down? We only need a 50" piece.

Asked by Megan October 12, 2020
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Use a metal cutting blade on a grinder or reciprocating saw. The end cover will hid any damage in the area of the cut.

Is this "Nu-White" or "White". Description says "Nu-White", however the option selected indicates...

Asked by Joe August 17, 2020
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Slant fin calls there standard color which is a white, "Nu White". The "Nu white" color replaced "Egg Shell White" in roughly 1998. In the last couple of years Slant Fin has come out with designer colors. This is a custom paint program and is only available on enclosure only. It roughly triples the cost and is clearly discerned in the description. The product from which this question emanates is a the 5' section of baseboard that is in Nu White.

States 30 5 ft. Enclosures, does this mean there are 30 enclosures per pack for $47.95? And can they be cut if need be

Asked by Rae June 11, 2020
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Answer

"Slant Fin Fine/Line 30" is a series of baseboard. Product is sold as each. Yes baseboard can be cut.

dies this work with steam ?

Asked by Rini May 21, 2020
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No,it is designed for hot water, not steam like a radiator

I AM LOOKING FOR THE 'FRONT COVER' AND 'SLANT PIECE' ONLY FOR NU WHITE HEATING ENCLOSURE

Asked by MIKKI June 11, 2018
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You have to buy the whole enclosure. Be sure it's the one that doesn't have the heating element included. Also, inspect it well before starting to install. I have had a number of these arrive scratched and dinged.

Does the enclosure come with the brackets and the expansion cradles?

Asked by Pau12 October 25, 2017
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Yes

Misleading

Asked by pat May 13, 2017
1
Answer

I am sorry for the inconvenience. I will modify the listing based on your recommendations.

I have a Slant/Fin now that measures 9 inches or so from the floor to top. yet this one is short...

Asked by December 23, 2016
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Slant fin has made many profiles over the years. I discern which you have from the information provided. You may want to check there web site as it displays dimensional data on all the product they currently produce.

Looking for a rough opening measurements for heating element from wall And the floor height

Asked by Gino October 18, 2016
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Answer

For that I would direct you to the Slant Fin web site. There you will find, in the page for the 30 Series baseboard a rough in sheet that shows all the dimensional information as wells as installation instructions.

Fine/Line 30 5 ft. Hydronic Baseboard Heating Enclosure Only in Nu-White - page 2

Customer Reviews

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  • 85% recommend this product
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Replaced 30 year old slant fins that were beginning to rust. I could not do it myself and hired a...
Replaced 30 year old slant fins that were beginning to rust. I could not do it myself and hired a handyman to replace them. They look great when they were installed.
by Jenna
Was exactly what I wanted and needed and received it in only two days after I ordered it!
Was exactly what I wanted and needed and received it in only two days after I ordered it!
by Mike
New baseboard cover is a nice clean look
We had rusty old, baseboard covers that needed to be replaced. Contractor said it is an easy DIY project. Sure was! It is a nice, clean update.
by Lulu
Good product, very good finish. Does resist the black marks...
Good product, very good finish. Does resist the black marks several other brand endure on the finish.
by 10shot
Great product, easy to install and looks great!...
Great product, easy to install and looks great!
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by JOHN
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Product was the exact replacement product for the one replaced perfect
Product was the exact replacement product for the one replaced perfect
by Arnie
Would have given this 5 stars if it came in...
Would have given this 5 stars if it came in bright white color which is what I wanted to match white walls in my bathroom (ONLY comes in Nu White, which by the way isn't white). Seems like all their other lengths come in both colors but I needed the 5ft length. Why they would only offer this particular length in the one color is beyond my comprehension but it is what it is. Nu-White for those who want to know is off white kind of an eggshell. Great cover for new construction but you will have to almost certainly remove the hot water pipe to replace an old cover, which you will realize when you try to remove the old one.
by Karl
Doesn't come with end caps which are impossible to find
Doesn't come with end caps which are impossible to find
by 1111
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