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radiant heat panel

antman
antman Member Posts: 182
Buderus makes a nice panel, Limited styles though. What ever you choose are you making the kitchen a seperate zone? that will be important based on existing radiation in house otherwise you may have problems regulating temp. of kitchen.
Try seperate zone with outdoor reset for your panel rads.
Ant

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  • jon
    jon Member Posts: 17
    radiant heat panel

    I am trying to heat a large kitchen area with cathedral ceilings by using radiant heat. I cannot heat the floor because it is too costly and wood. Can you tell me your thought on putting the radiant panels on the wall versus putting them on the sloping cathedral ceiling that starts at 12 feet and gradually rises to 18 feet high?

    Also, as far as Wall radiant panels go....Any manufacturers other than Runtal, Vasco, Myson?
  • you can run radiant heat

    under wood floors, and how about heated countertops for a radiant panel? 12' is too high to feel radiant heated ceilings. bob
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