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Argo Panel Trim

heatboyheatboy Member Posts: 1,468
It seems that the "new and improved" version of Panel trim no longer has the option of double tier element.  Is this true?  The 30% extra output would really help.



I haven't found any other manufacturer that offers a double tier option.  Has anyone found a manufacturer that does?



Thanks in advance.
heatboy



The Radiant Whisperer





"The laws of physics will outweigh the laws of ecomomics every time."

Comments

  • HDE_2HDE_2 Member Posts: 142
    2-Tier

    Sterling Light commercial (Mestek)
  • Andy Stack_3Andy Stack_3 Member Posts: 39
    Slant /Fin

    Jeff

    Slant/Fin has some nice options for high-output baseboard.
  • SlimpickinsSlimpickins Member Posts: 322
    edited July 2010
    Argo

    Used to do a lot of fin tube baseboard in the 80's and 90's and I thought Argo was the best board out there. The enclosure seemed to be a thicker gauge steel which was nice.



    Baseboard just seems so pre-historic to me now with the European style radiant panels out here now.  When customers want to replace their baseboard. I give them options and they usually go with with the radiant panels after they find out the benefits, especially if they have a mod/con with ODR. 



    They're not always practical because of cost and height limitations, BTU requirements, etc..  I just thought I'd throw that out there.
  • bob eckbob eck Member Posts: 893
    argo

    check out heating edge from smiths environmental they have a two pipe baseboard with all aluminum fin in it. great for use on mod-con boilers, geothermal h/p systems and solar heating systems. can be used on regular boiler heating systems.
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