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Fine/Line 30 5 ft. Hydronic Baseboard with Fully Assembled Element and Enclosure in Nu White

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  • Galvanized steel construction makes it rust- and warp-resistant
  • Baked-enamel finish is a suitable base for paint or wallpaper
  • High-strength support brackets added for secure installation
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About This Product

The Slant/Fin Fine/Line 30-Series 5 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.

Highlights

  • Strong baseboard enclosure
  • Ready to install
  • High-strength support brackets
  • Elegant rounded edges give your installation a more distinctive look
  • For use with hot water hydronic heating systems only - not for steam systems
  • End caps sold separately
  • Only works with slant/fin fine/line 30 series
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Product Information

Internet # 202312934

Model # 101-401-5

Store SKU # 748863

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

2.8 in

Product Height (in.)

8.5 in

Product Length (in.)

61 in

Details

Amperage (A)

0 A

Baseboard Heating Type

Hydronic

Color

NU WHITE

Color Family

Beige/Cream

Heat rating (BTU/hour)

2900 Btu/h

Heating Product Type

Baseboard

Heating Technology Type

Convection

Hydronic

Yes

Pack Size

1

Power/Fuel Type

Other

Product Weight (lb.)

13 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Thermostat

No

Vented

No

Voltage (V)

0 V

Wattage (W)

0 W

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

No Certifications or Listings

Manufacturer Warranty

None

Questions & Answers

73Questions
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Q:Just bough this house and came with this kind oh heaters and it seems that they are just keeping the house warm. . Are they working properly or not installed correct need helps pls asp. Is below zero this week
by|Jan 14, 2024
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A:  Slant Fin baseboard consists of a copper tube with aluminum fins on the exterior. We call this the element. The element is installed inside a metal enclosure, the shape of which aids in the convection of air over the element. Water heated by a boiler to typically 180 F is pumped through this copper tube to heat the house. My point is that the baseboard is not a stand-alone heating device. It is one component in a system of hundreds of components that work in unison to heat the house. If the baseboard does not get it is not necessarily a problem with the baseboard, it could be any component in the system. Therefore, without being on site I can’t tell you if you have a problem or what that problem is. If your thermostats are set to a specific temperature and the system is unable to reach that temperature or get close, I would suggest calling a plumber familiar with hydronic heating systems. Also, when it gets very cold people tend to turn their thermostats down thinking they are saving money. This is a mistake as you risk pipes freezing, which will shut the system down completely. When it gets extremely cold you should turn the thermostat up so that the water in the system stays warm and keeps moving. This will prevent freeze ups.

by|Jan 22, 2024
    caret
    Q:Maybe I'm blind but why isn't the diameter of the copper pipe anywhere in the specs? I need to extend an existing system which has 1 1/8 O.D. copper pipe.
    by|Nov 1, 2023
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    A:  The OD and ID thing gets very confusing as some trades such as plumbers refer to pipe and tube by its ID whereas HVAC contractors refer to the same material by its OD. What a plumber calls ½” copper tube an air conditioning contractor will call 5/8”. Also, we sometimes refer to things by traditional or nominal measurements rather than actual measurements. For example, a two by four is not 2” x 4” it is much smaller. The majority of residential baseboard, Slant Fin 30 series included is ¾” ID and 7/8” OD. If your element is built on tube that is 1 1/8” OD, I suspect it is 1” ID. I would therefore suspect that commercial fin tube was used. Why would this have been done? Capacity. Three quarter tube can carry 45,000 BTU’s and one inch can carry 80,000 BTUs. Some may dispute those figures due to flow rate and temperature variations but let us accept that a larger diameter pipe allows for greater flow rate. If you do have 1” element, you do not want to reduce it by putting a piece of ¾” in the line. That will restrict the flow rate on the entire zone to that or ¾. Slant Fin does produce 1” element. It is not common but can be special ordered from the factory. It would be in the Slant Fin 80 series and be the H4 element. The element and enclosure are sold separately. You can find further information on the Slant Fin Baseboard website. Home Depot can get it for you as a factory special order. If you have further questions, you can reach me at 978 651 3301 Chris

    by|Nov 2, 2023
      caret
      Q:Will this heat a 110 sq ft room with 2 windows? And a 140 sq ft room with 2 windows?
      by|Oct 22, 2023
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      A:  Sorry but I cannot answer your question based on the information provided. If you scroll down the Home Depot product listing page you will come to a section entitled Product Details. If you expand that section, you will find PDFs of the product documents. If you open the Brochure, you will find the performance chart on page four. It indicates the BTU output based on different boiler temperatures and flow rates. None of which I know relative to your system. Most systems have been designed to work with 180F water and a flow rate of 1 gallon per minute. In that situation the baseboard will give off 580 BTU’s per foot. Therefore 4’ will give off 2320 BTU’s. To determine how many BTU’s your room requires you will need to do a heat loss calculation. There are quite a few programs available online to do this. You enter some of the information you have provided along with some additional information. Such as geographic location, number of walls exposed to outdoors, are rooms above and below heated, square footage of windows and outside doors etc. With this information the programs will calculate how many BTUs of capacity you need to satisfy the heat load on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the year. Based on the BTU calculation and information about your system the footage required can be calculated.

      by|Apr 30, 2024
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        Q:I am purchasing a home in NC, this home does not have baseboard heaters. Is it possible to install baseboard heaters?
        by|Jul 10, 2023
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        A:  Baseboard heaters are one of the components in a hydronic heating system. The system would also include a boiler, a circulation pump, relay, and other components. A hydronic heating system can be installed in any home. However hydronic heat is usually only used in the Northeastern part of the United States because of the cold winters. It is usually deemed too expensive to use in other areas.

        by|Jul 10, 2023
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          Received Damaged product
          This product has several pieces and no packaging internally to secure it in the box!! Fins were damaged and frame bent as a result . internal damage and outer damage too. Will need replaced.
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            This was an excellent product for our property since the previous heater system ( radiators ) wer...
            This was an excellent product for our property since the previous heater system ( radiators ) were all cracked due to the system not being drained in the winter while the house was vacant. These heaters are sleek modern and are easy on the budget.
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            The Hydronic baseboard itself was very good at a bargain price. The endcaps however I thought wer...
            The Hydronic baseboard itself was very good at a bargain price. The endcaps however I thought were pricey. This type of baseboard is prone to corrosion when exposed to moisture, so quality of paint inside and out needs to be near perfect to prevent this. I say this because I was replacing a very old version in a bathroom environment. Overall a good product!
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            The baseboard was easy to order, arrived as scheduled and fit perfectly.
            The baseboard was easy to order, arrived as scheduled and fit perfectly.
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            THE UNIT INSTALLED EASILY AND WORKS AS EXPECTED
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            3 times I have ordered this and 3 times it has come in damaged The inside fins are crushed The factory needs to secure the inside fins- heating elements
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            Arrived damaged
            I ordered 8 complete enclosures, element and enclosure, every single one arrived damaged. It wasn't the shippers fault, it was terrible packaging from the manufacturer. The element is left loose within the enclosure and rattles around and is damaged. Terrible packaging!
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