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hot water registers

hello, i have a hot water furnace that heats my tap water and house, and

i replaced my heater covers with heavy duty polypropylene soffit, now i

did some research, the furnace water never goes above 160F, the water

registers never go above 100F, and the soffit is rated not to distort

until a temp above *. ever since i installed them, the home made soffit

covers only get warm,never hot no matter how long the furnace is

running, My question is, would this pass for a safe cover untill i can

afford store bought * thank you..


  • Tim_HodgsonTim_Hodgson Posts: 59Member
    Ploypropylene soffit

    What does the manufacturer of the polypropylene soffit recommend?

    Tim Hodgson
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