4ft long x 5" wide, 1/2" PEX Aluminum Heat Transfer Plates (100/box), Omega-Shaped, Made in USA

Everhot

Brand: Everhot

Mfr Part#: HTP124-100

Availability: In Stock
Usually ships: Today, if ordered by 3pm
Qty Price
x1
$251.90 / each & Free Shipping
x4 $967.60 & Free Shipping
(4 x $241.90 / each)
  • Description
  • Reviews
  • FAQs (2)

4ft long Heat Transfer Plates are manufactured from stamped aluminum and are 5" wide.

Nominal thickness of these plates is 0.018".

Compatible with 1/2" PEX or PEX-AL-PEX tubing (5/8" OD).

 

Can be used for under the subfloor (staple-up) or sandwich type radiant heating installations to improve heat transfer properties of the system and lower the water supply temperature, effectively reducing the heating bills.

Recommended spacing for parallel tubing runs is 8" OC. Edges of the plates should not touch each other or intersect.

 

Omega-shaped heat transfer plates by Everhot provide superior heat distribution when compared to plates with U- or V-shaped channel and are manufactured in the USA.

No reviews yet
Indicate an email address where you wish to receive the answer to your question.
Image CAPTCHA
Enter numbers shown above without spaces. This step helps us to prevent automatic submissions.
I am in the planning phase for a two-story house. The Ground Floor is concrete slab, but the First Floor is wood floor. If I installed pex and aluminum heat transfer plates on the First Floor's plywood flooring base layer, then would heat be transferred to both the First Floor floor and the Ground Floor ceiling?
Read 1 answer
If you use insulation between the joists of the 1st floor, then most of the heat will be distributed to the 1st floor. If you do not plan to use any insulation, a portion (smaller) of the heat will be transferred to the ceiling of the ground floor as well.
Answered on 5/31/2017 by PexUniverse Customer Service
Was this answer helpful?  Yes / No
Can these Plates be installed under Concrete ?Do you offer help with the best layout layout ?
Read 1 answer
No, these plates are intended for installation only underneath a plywood subfloor, stapled to plywood - they must not be used in concrete slab installations. As for layout design - please contact Customer Service for more information.
Answered on 2/8/2017 by PexUniverse Customer Service
Was this answer helpful?  Yes / No
The following was added to your shopping cart: ×
X

Forgot Your Password?


Enter your e-mail address below.
You will receive an e-mail
with password reset instructions.

X

Estimate Delivery Date & Cost


Ship to Zip Code:
Qty (Optional):