Accessories for All Circumstances

Inside 90 - Corner Installations

Used when two heaters meet at an INSIDE (heaters point away from you) 90 angle.

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Measuring Notes

Remove endcaps. Measure side 1 from pipe to corner. Subtract 3'' for depth of the adjacent cover. Repeat with side 2.

Outside 90 - Corner Installations

Used when two heaters meet at an OUTSIDE (heaters point towards you) 90 angle.

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Measuring Notes

Remove endcaps. Measure side 1 from pipe to corner. Subtract 3'' for depth of the adjacent cover. Repeat with side 2.

Inside 135 - Bay Window Installations

Used when two heaters meet at an INSIDE (heaters point away from you) 135 angle. Common for heaters placed inside a set of bay windows.

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Measuring Notes

Remove endcaps. It is best to measure from where the front plates meet. Usually located 2.5" - 3" in front of the back plate. Bay window corners demand the greatest accuracy as there is little "play" in getting more span from these accessories.

Outside 135 - Bay Window Installations

Used when two heaters meet at an OUTSIDE (heaters point towards you) 135 angle. Common for heaters placed inside a set of bay windows.

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Measuring Notes

Remove endcaps. It is best to measure from where the front plates meet. Usually located 2.5" - 3" in front of the back plate. Bay window corners demand the greatest accuracy as there is little "play" in getting more span from these accessories.

Closed Endcap (Right/Left) - Standard Configurations

Used when the copper pipe bends down into the floor or into the wall behind the heater.

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Measuring Notes

An endcap allows you to adjust your total length an additional 1.75”. A pair of endcaps can offer a full 3.5″ of additional span to the overall length of coverage on a typical straight heater. Endcaps require a minimum of 0.5” clearance from an adjacent wall.

Open Endcap (Right/Left) - Continuous Piping

Used when the copper pipe continues straight through an adjacent wall.

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Measuring Notes

An endcap allows you to adjust your total length an additional 1.75”. A pair of endcaps can offer a full 3.5″ of additional span to the overall length of coverage on a typical straight heater. Endcaps require a minimum of 0.5” clearance from an adjacent wall.

Zero Clearance Endcap - When Standard Endcaps Won't Fit

Used when the original back plate terminates less than 0.5" from the adjacent wall.

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Measuring Notes

If the backplate terminates less than 0.5" from an adjacent wall, a Zero Clearance Endcap is required. Each Zero Clearance Endcap can add up to 1” to the overall span.

Coupler - Joining Panels Together for Longer Lengths

Overlaps two panels that are butted up together to create a longer panel.

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Measuring Notes

Baseboard heaters longer than 7′ (6′ for Basic series) will require the use of multiple panels and couplers to register the ends together.

Wall Brackets - No Back Panel on Heater / Raised Panel Applications

Typically used when the original back plate has been removed, when the original back plate is less than 7.25" in height, or in new construction environments.

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