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Moving a radiator to put floor down
I'm looking for some ideas on how to move two of my radiators so I can put a floating floor down. I don't need to move them far, but do need a way to get them up onto the new section of floor once it's done without destroying it.
I've included two of the best pictures I have on hand, though they are a few years old.
No idea what these weight but something tells me they aren't light, one is 55sqft and the other 60sqft if memory serves.. Perhaps around 500lbs each? Would a hand truck work?
Single pipe quasi-vapor system.
Typical operating pressure 0.15 - 0.43 oz measured with Magnehelic. High pressure limit set to 4.6oz. Weil-McLain EG-40 with barometric damper connected to 392sqft of radiation via two 2" risers into a 3" drop header and 2" equalizer. ES-20 Advanced Control for Residential Steam boilers. Rectorseal Steamaster water treatment
Steam system pictures updated 1/25/15.https://picasaweb.google.com/thetube0a3/Boiler?authkey=Gv1sRgCImUxIqv9436MQ#