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Fine/Line 30 7 ft. Hydronic Baseboard Heating Enclosure Only in Nu-White

  • Galvanized steel construction is rust resistant
  • 4 brackets enable quick and hassle-free installation
  • Nu-white enamel finish complements any decor
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Product Overview

The Fine/Line 30 7 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
  • End caps sold separately
  • For use with hot water hydronic heating systems only - not for steam systems
  • Enclosure only: heating element not included
  • For use with hot water hydronic heating systems only - not for steam systems

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Ratings
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Baseboard Heating TypeHydronicHydronicHydronicHydronic
Voltage (volts)0000
Heating Technology TypeConvectionRadiantConvectionRadiant
Product Weight (lb.)84.22113.2
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.75
Product Height (in.)
7.875
Product Length (in.)
0
Product Width (in.)
84

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.)
4.2
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

10Questions24Answers

what's the skull

Asked by Lydell October 9, 2020
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I am sorry but you lost me at "skull". If you would like to give me a call I will be happy to try an answer. Chris 978 651 3301

Does this type of Hearing system requires frequent bleeding?

Asked by Dan September 17, 2020
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When a hydroninic heating system is installed the air is bleed from the system with water. Then they sometimes need to be bleed again a few days later, if micro bubbles collate into a large air pocket before they can be by the air vent. After that the system should never need to be bleed again. Unless of course you needed to drain the system. As an example I have not purged or bleed my system in 16 years. So I have been using the same system water for over a decade and a half. If you need to purge or bleed your system periodically or annually than you have a leak. There are two types of leaks. The first type of leak is the kind where water leaks out. You may not see the water because it evaporates at the same rate it leaks. But there must be one as the air to be bleed is coming in with the fresh water that is replacing the water that is leaking out. The second type of leak is called oxygen diffusion. This occurs when people use aqua pex rather than heat pex. They do this because water pex is less expensive but it is for a reason. Aqua Pex lacks an oxygen barrier. So oxygen defuses through the tube wall and enters the system. Both types of leaks need to be corrected or the system components will fail prematurely. If you have further questions I can be reached at 978 651 3301 Chris

Who installs this? Plumber or HVAC?

Asked by Dan September 16, 2020
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Answer

These two job titles have somewhat different meanings throughout the country. I am in New England, where 50% of the houses have hydronic heating systems. Here hydronic heating systems, meaning those that utilize forced hot water via a boiler, are typically installed by plumbers. HVAC technicians typically work on hot air heating systems that utilize a furnace. However you will find those that are cross trained. When you get outside f the North East there are very few homes that utilize hot water heating systems. So if you are the one out of a thousand homes in New Mexico that has this type of heat. You would not call just any plumber, instead you would want a plumber or an HVAC professional that understands what is a rarity in that market.

What is the best method for cutting for needed length?

Asked by JARED May 11, 2020
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I used a hacksaw. Marked my cuts with a sharpie, anchored the metal to the fence on my table saw and cut manually.

Does it look exactly like picture? Is this the entire enclosure or just a front cover? Does it i...

Asked by GrandpaBob November 28, 2017
4
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Package includes enclosure, Damper, front cover and metal support. Sizes over 5 ft also include a splice plate.

Why are there different height between 7 and 8 ft on specs?I need to piece together but won't work if they are different

Asked by Lisa1234 October 21, 2017
2
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All are the same height, My project involved, 6, 7 and 8 ft lengths.

What if I need lengths greater than 7' , do I buy two 5' & cut to size? Are their splices to connect the two joining pieces?

Asked by JLR May 21, 2016
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It comes in 2, 3, 4 ,5 6, 7 and 8 ft sections. Each piece comes with the appropriate splice

Can I buy replacement covers for existing heating elements?

Asked by BuildingGuy August 27, 2015
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YES, THATS WHAT THIS ITEM IS. THEY SELL IT WITH AND WITH OUT THE ELEMENT. I REPLACED MY OLD COVERS OVER THE OLD ELEMENT, NO PROBLEM

Hi, could you please check whether the price $67 for 7Ft is correct? The 8Ft price is $53. So it does not make any sense.

Asked by Racek January 18, 2015
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They sell way more 8' sections, and it is not stocked in stores so, you have to pay what they ask. Easier then cutting up an 8' section

Can I get a shorter length, like 3 foot, instead of 7?

Asked by Herb August 25, 2014
4
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yes they come in sizes from 2-8 ft.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.2
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  • 90% recommend this product
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Easy to install no cutting. Just follow tips on Google to get supports around the heat element.
Easy to install no cutting. Just follow tips on Google to get supports around the heat element.
by Mike
Product is a direct replacement for my rusted base boards, I replaced 57 of baseboard and the roo...
Product is a direct replacement for my rusted base boards, I replaced 57 of baseboard and the room looks much better. Removal of the old is a pain (my old installer mailed the baseboard to the studs every 16 inches, very overkill and screws would have been easier to remove then sawing through the old nails.) Snapping the bottom of the hanger to the baseboard is not as easy as it sounds unless you have lots of play in the heater.
by Scott
Delivery was great. Ordering was great. Strictly a product review....
Delivery was great. Ordering was great. Strictly a product review. I love that they had the 7 ft option. Hydrothermal does not have one. The problem is the install. Hydrotherm takes 10 minutes. The slant one took an hour. It was such a pain. Hope this helps.
by ADAM
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by Dan
Used this product to replace 40-year-old baseboards and no need to re-do plumbing. Taking the old...
Used this product to replace 40-year-old baseboards and no need to re-do plumbing. Taking the old ones out took longer than sliding these in place. Wish the support brackets had rubber supports for the fins on the pipes. Instead, fins sit straight on the metal support. Also, they do not have a 5 ft size. Had to buy 6 ft and cut it. Product looks great once installed.
by Pelayor
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Easy install and quick delivery
Easy install and quick delivery
by Mick
1 of 3 boxes was torn open but all the...
1 of 3 boxes was torn open but all the parts were there. 1 of the front panels was bent and no way to fix it.
by HARV
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New ones look great ...
New ones look great
by Sam
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