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Tubing in stone wall

I remember reading about someone putting tubing in the fireplace wall. I have a job where this is a good option, big room lot's of glass. The heat source is geo and he only wants to give me a 100 deg water, we are pushing him for 110 deg. If I heat the masonary wall and get the 110 I think it will work. The mason is on board if we fasten right to the block, he's not liking the talk about insulation. Any experience out there?



  • ALH_4
    ALH_4 Member Posts: 1,790

    Installing radiant walls in aluminum plates might be a preferrable option.
  • Nron_13
    Nron_13 Member Posts: 164
    Take a look at Ziggys web site

    John has an article that shows how to do radiant walls and this might help you , make sure you do a heat loss on the building befor working with the system , I treat the geothermal guys like anyother utility they must deliver x amount of Btus and x flow rate and provide x temprature continuiously for each job , this has worked out well for us
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