# How do you remove panels from hot water baseboard heaters to clean grime from between the fins?

I have the old convector heaters and use a heavy duty steam cleaner to get between the fins. Don't forget to put a towel underneath to catch the dirt!

# Is athree quarter inch natural gas line for a home sufficent for a furnace and hot water heater and aventless heater with a total BTU rating of 160000?

ABSOLUTELY NOT , NO WAY as the gas supply has to be calculated by developed LENGTH and Specific gravity of the fuel. .
Better off to figure NO until you check the LENGTH

# How much water on one square foot will one inch of rain produce?

12" x 12" x 1"= 144 cubic inches, which is equal to .623 gallons therefore a one thousand square foot roof receiving one inch of rain will catch 623 gallons.

# How many btu's in 4 foot hydronic baseboard heater?

You will need to give more information. The Btu's of baseboard is determined by the water temperature and the type and size of the element. Copper fin tube (copper pipe with a…luminum fins over it) heats up quick and loses heat quickly it also has many diameters of element (copper tube). Most common in residential is 1/2", 3/4" & 1" ID (the OD will be 1/8" or so larger). There is also Cast iron baseboard that heats up slowly and cools off slowly (this is a much more even and comfortable heat). You should never mix and match cast iron radiation and copper radiation of the same circuit it will cause large temperature swings in conditioned area. Tell us what the boiler temperature is set to and what the type of radiation is and you'll get an answer.

# How many inches are in three quarters of a foot?

9 inches... 12/4=3 3â¢3=9 There are 12 inches in 1 foot. Therefore: (12 Ã· 4) Ã 3 = 9 inches in 3 quarters of a foot.

# How do you wire three electric hydronic baseboard heaters and a wall mount t-stat?

Assuming they are all serving the same room and you are talking about 110 volts. Wire the 3 heat strips in parallel and break the power source feeding the closest one to the s…tat with the stat and connect the common wire wherever you can catch the house common. Be sure the stat is rated to carry the TOTAL amperage of the 3 strips and that the circuit is rated to carry that same total along with whatever else if anything is on it.

# How many inches are there in three quarters of a foot?

There are 12 inches in one foot. Therefore, three quarters of a foot is equal to 3/4 x 12 = 9 inches.

# I have plastic side caps on my old fin tube baseboard heaters what is this for?

Probably to reduce noise and friction during expansion and contraction.

# Hot line in water heater leaves in one half inch and increases to three quarter Is this going to affect pressure?

It is going to decrease it some.

# How many BTUs in a 6 ft baseboard heater?

BTU's are not based on the length. To answer this question the wattage and voltage of the baseboard must be given.

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# How many gallons of water in a three quarter inch pipe 100 feet long?

2.3 gallons of water.

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# How does one install Slant Fin baseboards?

Slant Fin baseboards are high efficiency baseboards that can be bought at many different locations. They are simply and easy to install using either glue or finishing nails.

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# How much water in a 100 foot three quarter inch diameter hose?

volume = pir 2 h pi = 3.1416 h = 100 feet r = 1/2 X diameter r = 1/2 X 3/4 inch / 12 inches/ft = 0.03125 square feet volume = 3.1416 X (0.03125)2 X 100 = 0.3 cubic feet

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# How many BTUs does it take to heat one pound of water from 80 degree F to 212 degree F?

212 - 80 = 132 degrees temperature increase x 1 pound water = 132 BTU

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# What is one inch three quarters of?

It is three-quaters of one and one third of an inch (1 1/3 " or 4/3 of an inch). The question "what is one inch three quarters of" can be rephrased as an algebra problem. 1"… = 3/4 x where x is the unknown quantity that you are asking about. Multiply both sides of the equation by 4/3 and you get 4/3" = x which is the answer. One inch is three quarters of four thirds inches (four thirds inches can also be stated as an inch and a third).