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    The piping is copper throughout the heating...

    The piping is copper throughout the heating system, no iron anywhere. Could there have been another reason to replace the convectors and piping other than beenthere's theory that the original ones...
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    I've checked with Slant/Fin and they're slap out...

    I've checked with Slant/Fin and they're slap out of the Dino100 series.
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    Thanks for the answers. I really appreciate it.

    Thanks for the answers. I really appreciate it.
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    Got it. What would a multi-circuit convector look...

    Got it. What would a multi-circuit convector look like? (Google failed me on that one) Until moving to this house, in older homes, I've only encountered cast iron radiators before.

    Is the walll...
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    Thanks. How can you tell? Not doubting you, just...

    Thanks. How can you tell? Not doubting you, just curious.

    Is it possible they originally had column-type steam radiators and then switched to a hydronic system which required replacing the...
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    Reflectix insulation behind finned tubes

    My house, brick, 1920s, no wall insulation, has a 1980s hydronic boiler with finned tube radiators below the windows (see picture). The finned tube enclosures have steel metal sides and a steel...
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