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Fine/Line 30 6 ft. Hydronic Baseboard with Fully Assembled Element and Enclosure in Nu White

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  • Rust-resistant galvanized steel for durability and protection
  • Paintable for a customized look
  • Ideal for smooth operation process
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The Slant/Fin Fine/Line 30 6 ft. Hydronic Baseboard is ready to install. This hydronic baseboard is designed for a quiet operation. The durable, baked-enamel finish serves as a great base for paint or paper.
  • Strong baseboard enclosure
  • Rust-resistant galvanized steel
  • High-strength support brackets
  • Durable, baked enamel finish serves as an ideal base for paint or paper
  • For use with hot water hydronic heating systems only - not for steam systems
  • Ready to install
  • End caps sold separately
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Q:Can you go from the main line which is 1" and reduce this to the 3/4" without any issues?
by|Dec 2, 2022
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A:  Obviously I am unfamiliar with your system or your project. So if you want to get specific give me a call. However as a general rule a heating zone is only as good as its weakest link. I have always worked under the following assumption relative to a hydronic heating system. ½” tube can carry 12,000 BTU’s, ¾” tube can carry 45,000 BTU’s and 1” can carry 80,000 BTU’s. This assumes the water is 180 F and the flow rate is 1-4 GPM. Based on that if you have a 1” zone and you reduce it to ¾” anywhere on the zone you have essentially reduced it to a ¾” zone. You have taken the potential zone capacity from 80,000 to 45,000 BTU’s. As a side note I often have people call me and say their boiler is to small there house is cold. I ask, Is the boiler running? They say no. So ask is the house cold? They say yes. I then tell them the house is not the problem. The boiler is off because it has reached high limit. You don’t need a new boiler you need to find out why your heat distribution system can’t get the heat out of the boiler in sufficient quantity. You need to find the weak link. Chris 978 651 3301

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    Q:Will this work with pex pipe and will it work with a outdoor wood broiler
    by|Oct 17, 2022
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    A:  You can use pex if you sweat pex to copper pipe adapter on unit.

    by|Oct 19, 2022

      A:  I have worked on jobs where Slant Fin 30 copper fin tube baseboard has been installed into a heating system using PEX tubing. Specifically PEX tubing with an oxygen barrier rather than potable water PEX. And I have worked on systems where the heat source is an outdoor boiler. So it is done but like all systems they are only as good as their weakest link. So key to it working correctly is thoughtful system design and installation. If you have further specific questions I can be reached at 978 651 3301 Chris

      by|Oct 17, 2022
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        Q:Will this work with pex pipe and will it work with a outdoor wood broiler
        by|Oct 17, 2022
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        A:  I have worked on jobs where Slant Fin 30 copper fin tube baseboard has been installed into a heating system using PEX tubing. Specifically PEX tubing with an oxygen barrier rather than potable water PEX. And I have worked on systems where the heat source is an outdoor boiler. So it is done but like all systems they are only as good as their weakest link. So key to it working correctly is thoughtful system design and installation. If you have further specific questions I can be reached at 978 651 3301 Chris

        by|Oct 17, 2022
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          Q:can you get this baseboard heater that runs on oil instead of water
          by|Jan 22, 2022
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          A:  Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This baseboard is only designed to run with water. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future.

          by|Jan 24, 2022

            A:  I am a little confused by your question. So let me answer your question a couple different ways. First, Hydronic baseboard always uses hot water as its heat source, that is what makes it hydronic. Hydro from the Greek, meaning water. To heat that water you can use multiple fuels. Oil aka Number two oil would be one of them; along with gas, electricity, propane, etc So from that perspective you could use oil to power the boiler that supplies the hot water to the baseboard. However, on the other hand, you might be referring to a product called "Hydronic Electric Baseboard". This description is a misrepresentation of the term hydronic as there is no water involved. These manufacturers have chosen to call it hydronic to take advanatge of hydronics superior reputation. In order to make electric baseboard less intense, like hydronic heat. Some manufacturers have developed electric baseboard that contains a chamber filled with oil. The electricity is used to heat a resistance element, which heats the oil. Because the oil adds mass the heat given off is less intense and more even. Marley Electric is an example of a company that makes these oil filled heaters and calls them hydronic. If this is what you mean I would suggest you check there web site. Slant fin only produces baseboard that utilizes hot water. I hope this helps.

            by|Jan 24, 2022
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              Slant fin is the radiator product I've used in the...
              Slant fin is the radiator product I've used in the past 7 years to replace a baseboard run or to add to add-in the circulation loop. Their factory setups are easy to solder the fittings and hydronic pex conversions. The trim outside caps and inside/outside corners are sold a-la-carte. I just recently joined 2-6ft runs at an inside corner of a room rehab.
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              Was easy to install. Works great. Nice finish not bright white.
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                    very easy to use, took out the old unit and...
                    very easy to use, took out the old unit and replace with this unit reattached water lines and the unit was working only 30minutes to complete.
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