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Old 03-23-2009, 08:48 PM   #16
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Concrete slab with hot water heat- Moving walls


I'm not sure if thermal imaging would cold be "fine tuned" enough to show an actual tube thru 3"+ of concrete. They're also not the most readily available tool either. I have a "Raytek" infared thermemeter, & I can't tell where any one tube may be in the floor. If your worried about drilling a hole or two 1" into the floor, you should try cutting a few hundred feet of control joints in a floor!

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