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  1. NEC Discussion
    I am looking over a new in-floor radiant heat material. It's a very thin laminated material with carbon resistor ink - great for use under laminate, vinyl, and hardwood. It comes in rolls that can be cut to length, then the "cold leads" are crimped on and sealed either by the installer or by the...
  2. New Member Introductions
    Howdy, folks! I'm a Pacific NW supplier of electric radiant heat. I have been at this a while, living in a comfort zone of installing under tile. Now I'm trying to bring some solutions to my customers who want to install under laminate, vinyl, and hardwood. So I'm asking the experts how they get...
  3. Flooring
    Hi, guys. I am a radiant heat component supplier, and I am trying to get a better insight on how these products are actually installed. Specifically, I am looking at installing under non-tile surfaces. Hardwood, laminate, vinyl. In Europe they are using a 1/4" thick Extruded Polystyrene...
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