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Underfloor PEX Plate advise
Have decided to add underfloor radiant to part of my current project not being gutted. last time I did a large area was a long time ago and used Radiant-Track. Extruded 4" x 4' panels with a center slot that the PEX snaps into -- 8 pre-drilled holes for mounting to subfloor with screws. They came from a company on LI in NY -- Radiant Technologies. Using google -- The product name gets me a different design where the tube snap to the side.
What are people using for this application? Reg PEX ...or PALP?
I used the Radiant-Track at the time because it was a full 4" wide and very heavy -- had the holes. Uponor makes the same design -- not as wide and thinner. Don't see the holes. Over the years I have used the thin style design that covers the PEX -- but only for warming situations in walls and showers -- one kitchen. I'm using Warmboard in the rest of the house -- think best go with the heavy plates.
I see a company in MT making 4" wide/ thick ..... even 8' long. ThermoFin by Radiant Heat and Design.
The space I am doing is an L shaped loft area (living room) ..... The main part of the room is 28' x32' -- side is 10x15 .. so a bit over 1000sf