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"Bob .  There is millions of sq ft of radiant ceiling in commercial space all over th…"

Richard McGrath replied Feb 2, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

24 Feb 3, 2016
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"  For just a bit more than 200.00 you could purchase Joist Trak plates or similar ,…"

Richard McGrath replied Feb 1, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

24 Feb 3, 2016
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"  As a hydronic professional for more than 30 years I can safely say I never heard o…"

Richard McGrath replied Feb 1, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

24 Feb 3, 2016
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"  Thats correct .  I only make suggestions based on real world performance , knowled…"

Richard McGrath replied Feb 1, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

24 Feb 3, 2016
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Bachi .  Placing electric strip heat under the subfloor is probably sure to fail . …"

Richard McGrath replied Feb 1, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

24 Feb 3, 2016
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"  If running another line voltage circuit , hearing a bit of noise and using more po…"

Richard McGrath replied Jan 29, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

24 Feb 3, 2016
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Don &  Bachi ,   Storing at higher temps in tank type units and using a domesti…"

Richard McGrath replied Jan 28, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

24 Feb 3, 2016
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"How about slim ducts that recess in the wall and/or ceilings . I believe Fujitsu and…"

Richard McGrath replied Nov 22, 2013 to Disguising Ductless Heat Pump Units

11 Aug 22, 2014
Reply by Hal Skinner

"Lena ,    As far as building Science is concerned I believe your most efficient way…"

Richard McGrath replied Nov 15, 2013 to Student needs help for HVAC research project

7 Nov 22, 2013
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