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Layout of hydronic radiant heating

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Joined: Oct 7 2004

Does anybody know how deep the copper tubing is from the top of the concrete slab and how far is it from the edge of the slab?

Also does the copper pipe run underneath walls or does it stay within each room and loop out the same way it came in.

How else could I find out?
Thanks

tom
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Joined: Mar 23 2003

The pipes do not go under the walls and the pipes are around 3 to 4 inches below ground level.

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Joined: Aug 30 2003

It would be safer to say that the pipes rarely go under the interior walls, and are usually 2-4 inches down. There are exceptions to every "rule".

Barry

1959 A. Quincy Jones atrium model in The Highlands, San Mateo http://www.totheweb.com/eichler

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