In slab, hydro floor heating system

imnomotorFebruary 9, 2012

I am considering using a low-flow circulating pump paired with a small, electric tankless heater to create a closed hydro heating system for the basement bathroom floor. I have 1/2" pex already in place in the slab. The pex was installed properly, with insulation and whatnot. Can this be done? Know of other options for this?

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ionized_gw

Tankless is the last thing you want for this. It is also expensive. Choose another heat source.

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