Add-on fins for basement pipes

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    • #280317
      Joe Singh

      Where can I buy fins that I can attach to the hot water heat pipes in my basement. Am trying to warm up the area.

    • #309308
      Norm Latner

      sir, i am doing a project in the design of a economiser so in regard to that i have to add fins for increased heat transfer and so what method should i employ for welding the fins.

    • #309309
      Norm Latner

      sir, i am doing a project in the design of a economiser so in regard to that i have to add fins for increased heat transfer and so what method should i employ for welding the fins.

    • #308577
      Norm Latner

      : You cannot just add fins. They have to be attached to the pipe when manufactured to get the necessary bond to ensure heat transfer. And fins by themselves do not heat the same as fins in an convection enclosure. Also, if these are the domestic water pipes, any heat that is tapped for the basement will come at the expense of cooler water at the faucets.: : Where can I buy fins that I can attach to the hot water heat pipes in my basement. Am trying to warm up the area.

    • #308578
      Norm Latner

      : You cannot just add fins. They have to be attached to the pipe when manufactured to get the necessary bond to ensure heat transfer. And fins by themselves do not heat the same as fins in an convection enclosure. Also, if these are the domestic water pipes, any heat that is tapped for the basement will come at the expense of cooler water at the faucets.: : Where can I buy fins that I can attach to the hot water heat pipes in my basement. Am trying to warm up the area.

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      Norm Latner

      You cannot just add fins. They have to be attached to the pipe when manufactured to get the necessary bond to ensure heat transfer. And fins by themselves do not heat the same as fins in an convection enclosure. Also, if these are the domestic water pipes, any heat that is tapped for the basement will come at the expense of cooler water at the faucets.: Where can I buy fins that I can attach to the hot water heat pipes in my basement. Am trying to warm up the area.

    • #305627
      Norm Latner

      You cannot just add fins. They have to be attached to the pipe when manufactured to get the necessary bond to ensure heat transfer. And fins by themselves do not heat the same as fins in an convection enclosure. Also, if these are the domestic water pipes, any heat that is tapped for the basement will come at the expense of cooler water at the faucets.: Where can I buy fins that I can attach to the hot water heat pipes in my basement. Am trying to warm up the area.

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