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Old 08-19-2011, 07:45 PM   #1
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Hydronic Forced Hot Water Baseboard to "Radiator"


I have forced hot water heat that runs through a basic baseboard heat exchanger in my kitchen. Unfortunately having this baseboard heat exchanger along one wall severely limits how we can arrange our kitchen (it is a 12' by 12' space with doors on three walls.

If we could get something closer to the form of a old radiator (much less wide but a few feet high) that would let us move the refrigerator around and put in some windows for a breakfast nook. Is anyone aware of this sort of "radiator" for forced hot water?

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