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Wheeler Plubing & Heating 9 Zone Radiant Heat picture

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bryant_4
bryant_4 Member Posts: 2
it all ties into 1/2" pex in the ceiling

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  • Granite Stater
    Granite Stater Member Posts: 11
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    Please take a look at our radiant heat with Taco I valves.

    This is a picture of radiant heat plumbing installed by Wheeler Plumbing & Heating. They did a great job. Your comments are welcome.

    Thank you,

    Granite Stater
  • Brad White
    Brad White Member Posts: 2,398
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    I think you need

    more zones to get a level of comfort :)

    Outstanding work- I particularly like the valance across the top to conceal the copper to pex transitions.

    Wow.
    "If you do not know the answer, say, "I do not know the answer", and you will be correct!"



    -Ernie White, my Dad
  • Ted_9
    Ted_9 Member Posts: 1,718
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    Looks neat and organized. Wow, someone there must have stock in Taco. Nine I series 3 way mixing valves? Are there 9 mixed temps here?

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  • Weezbo
    Weezbo Member Posts: 6,232
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    That is a Lot of work...

    that your plumbing /mechanical contractor did .

    The IFC's and I series R valves are current with radiant in America to day. i find them to be reliable products ...

    welcome to radiant heat :) it is a wonderful thing...*~/:)
  • Granite Stater
    Granite Stater Member Posts: 11
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    Is anyone having problems opening these pictures?

    I posted these pictures and I can not open them from the link. Any ideas?
    Granite Stater
  • TJ_5
    TJ_5 Member Posts: 71
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    open pix

    they download as a .cfm(?) file, not a mpg or jpg. When browser asks what program to open with, tell it to open with netscape explorer or whatever you use.
  • john_83
    john_83 Member Posts: 76
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    Where are all the 1/2 copper lines going. Is it going to the 1/2 pex from the radiant.
  • john_83
    john_83 Member Posts: 76
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    Seems like alot of work to make all those manifold connections why not pre fab manifolds. but again great neat work
  • bryant_4
    bryant_4 Member Posts: 2
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    Why not pre made maniflods

    I like the look i get by making my own.Alot more work but i think thr finish product is better.their is nine different headers their but i can make it look like it is one long pipe.i'm extremly exicted taco is coming out to take photo's of the job .
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