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Toe-kick fintube ???

Nick WNick W Posts: 200Member ✭✭
Anyone know of a thin toekick sized baseboard type radiation? Standard toekick FAN COIL heaters are out of the question. Any info would be very helpful. Merry Christmas.
Pat.
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  • J.C.A.J.C.A. Posts: 2,981Member
    Thinnest I've seen....

    Is by Turbotronics(? sp.) about3" high with quiet fans. Can't think of anything else "slimmer" . Chris
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  • JoeJoe Posts: 201Member
    With or without fans?

    Most toe kick units are 3" with a 3.5" grill. Or are you looking for a BB that looks like moulding?
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  • Nick WNick W Posts: 200Member ✭✭
    Toe kick radiation

    > Is by Turbotronics(? sp.) about3" high with quiet

    > fans. Can't think of anything else "slimmer" .

    > Chris



    Something slim, perhaps using 1/2" Fin tube, no blower, simply a straight hydronic element enclosed in a narrow enclosure,or maybe a radiant panel. It could run the entire length of toe kick space under the base cabinets.I really don't know if anything like this exists but the owner is set against using the standard toe kick space heater that we all have come to know and love. Thanks for your reply.
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  • Nick WNick W Posts: 200Member ✭✭
    Toe kick radiation

    Something slim, perhaps using 1/2" Fin tube, no blower, simply a straight hydronic element in a narrow enclosure,or maybe a radiant panel. It could run the entire length of toe kick space under the base cabinets.I really don't know if anything like this exists but the owner is set against using the standard toe kick space heater that we all have come to know and love. Thanks for your reply.
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  • Mark WolffMark Wolff Posts: 256Member
    Hydronic Heating Panels

    There are hydronic heating panels that stick out from the wall maybe 3/4" and are 3-12" high(can't remember exactly). I can't remember the name, I saw them about 4 months ago. Let me dig through my info and find them for you, they would work perfect in this situation I think.
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  • Dave Yates (PAH)Dave Yates (PAH) Posts: 2,162Member
    one comes to mind

    Runtal - we installed Runtal in the toe kick area of a very old farm house kitchen with great results.

    To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Contractor"
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  • JoeJoe Posts: 201Member
    Sterlingheat

    has a designer line thats thin, but still tall
    http://www.sterlingheat.com/html/designline.html
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  • BOBBOB Posts: 19Member
    kick space heater

    good morning.

    turbonics has a unit that can be installed in the floor. this works great if you have a basement under the room that you need to put the kick space heater in it.

    if you have open wall space in this room you can use turbonics regular under counter kick space heaters that can be mounted in the wall or surfaced mounted on the outside of a wall. you then need to buy the cover for it.

    i sell these kick space heaters to heating contractors and they love them.

    they are also very quiet when running.

    have a happy and safe holiday season.
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