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Domestic water lines in a radiant slab
I have been searching for information on installing pex domestic water lines in a radiant slab on top of the insulation and wire. Will this adversely affect the temperature of the hot and cold water. I would think with domestic flow rate at 60 psi through a 1/2" pex line and a relatively short run of 30' the cold water from the utility and the hot water from the tank should be within a couple of degrees at the point of use. Have any of you out there had any experience with this?