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Fine/Line 30 7 ft. Hydronic Baseboard with Fully Assembled Element and Enclosure in Nu White

  • Galvanized steel construction is rust resistant
  • Ideal replacement for old hot water radiators
  • Baked enamel finish blends well with any decor
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Product Overview

The Slant/Fin Fine/Line 30 7 ft. Fully Assembled Baseboard and Element 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.
  • Slant/Fin's fine/line 30's slim profile harmonizes with any decor
  • Elegant rounded edges give your installation a more distinctive look
  • Rugged and durable
  • Replace old hot water radiators with modern low-profile baseboard
  • End caps sold separately
  • For use with hot water hydronic heating systems only - not for steam systems

Info & Guides

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Ratings
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Baseboard Heating TypeHydronicHydronicHydronicHydronic
Voltage (volts)0000
Heating Technology TypeConvectionConvectionRadiantRadiant
Product Weight (lb.)2118.91113.2
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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
Nu-white
Color Family
Whites
Heat rating (BTU/hour)
0
Heating Product Type
Baseboard
Heating Technology Type
Convection
Hydronic
Yes
Power/Fuel Type
Other
Product Weight (lb.)
18.9
Returnable
180-Day
Thermostat
No
Vented
Yes
Voltage (volts)
0
Wattage (watts)
0

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

6Questions10Answers

How many btu's per foot of baseboard?

Asked by don October 28, 2020
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Answer

Technically it depends on the temperature of the water and the flow rate. If you open the PDF of the brochure that can be found on the Home Depot product listing page under the header "Info and Guides" you will find a chart that illustrates output at different temperatures. However, as a plumber I can tell you that in the vast majority of systems I assume 580 BTU's per foot. This is because the vast majority of systems run at 180 F. Taking this logic a step further if I go to a house and there are two zones, each with 50' of baseboard. That means a total of 100'. I multiply 580 x 100 and get 58000. I then know that if I replace the boiler I need to use one that has an output of 58000 BTU's to supply the two zones. Chris 978 651 3301

Can you get 45 inside corners for the baseboard

Asked by Buzz June 9, 2020
1
Answer

It is referred to as a 135 degree inside corner. It is Home Depot SKU 202783270. If you put that number in the search block on the Home Depot web site it will come up.

can you get it woodgrain finish

Asked by Pete December 11, 2017
1
Answer

Slant Fin did make a wood grain finish decades ago, but not anymore. Today I would recommend you use the conventional product in white and then have a local artisan paint the wood grain pattern you desire. The stock white finish can be painted.

How much are the electricity or water expense on average using this heating system? Or is using cole heating cheaper?

Asked by Lily June 2, 2016
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Answer

This product is a heat distribution devise that is tied to a boiler. Although the boiler uses fuel and electricity this particular item or part of the system does not. As to what form of heat is the most cost effective, I would need a lot more information to offer an opinion. For example where I live electricity is very expensive and would never use it to heat, where as in other parts of the US it is very reasonable. So to answer this question you would need to know the energy costs in your area. Convert them to one common denominator to compare. Again for example oil is $2.50 a gallon where I am and electricity is .26 cents a kilowatt. As a kilowatt is equal to 3413 BTU's of heat and oil has 144000 BTU's per gallon. Given this we can calculate that oil would need to be $10.96 a gallon to be roughly the same cost as electricity. So again I would calculate the raw energy costs first then decide what type of system works best for you. As to the amount of water used. Hydronic heating systems are closed loop. They use the same water over and over again. So there is no water consumption in the process. Water is the just used at the medium to transport the heat. This makes it even and more comfortable.

Hello, Can you please tell me if this baseboard comes with both end caps as shown in this picture. Thank You

Asked by Todd September 19, 2014
3
Answers

End caps and corners are sold separately.

What is the diameter of the pipe in the element?

Asked by seamor September 19, 2014
3
Answers

3/4" copper, one end is male and one end is female.

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Product is good but did come with a little damage....
Product is good but did come with a little damage.
by Bigboard
The product came as expected. Packed very poorly so one...
The product came as expected. Packed very poorly so one bent. Other then that seems like a good product.
by Alaska
Product was exactly what I needed and expected. The covers...
Product was exactly what I needed and expected. The covers however, were bent on five of the six units I purchased. It was fixable but unfortunate. The packing material was not damaged, demonstrating that the product was packaged in damaged condition. Slant/Fin should improve their quality control.
by Mark
The copper thickness has gone down from the last time...
The copper thickness has gone down from the last time I bought these a few years ago. It's super thin. Several units had damage to the fins and the copper from shipping/transit.
by MG02859
Response from chrisSep 24, 2018
The copper thickness of Slant Fin has not changed. However it is thinner than type M copper. This is on purpose The thinner wall means less thermal mass to heat up before the element gives off heat. In case the thin wall concerns you keep this in mind. First heating systems are only under 15 PSI. It is a low pressure environment. At 30 PSI the boiler pressure relief will blow off. So the pressure is much less than that of potable water. Second a heating system uses the same water over and over again so it is considered dead water having no oxygen. The lack of oxygen prevents corrosion. Type L copper is used on potable water lines because the fresh water is oxygen barring and the tube can decay from the inside.
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