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pingber

11:56AM | 01/16/07
Member Since: 01/15/07
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Here's an interesting question ...I have about 10 feet of baseboard pipe in my bedroom that doesn't have any fins on it. So basically, I don;t get heat from that section of pipe. Does anyone make any "clip-on" fins? or does anyone know how to "jury-rig" fins? I really don;t want to crack open the system and replace that length of pipe, especially in the winter.

kharvey

04:40AM | 01/27/07
Member Since: 01/26/07
2 lifetime posts
I have Santa Fin system with only fins on 5 feet of a 20 foot run. Why was this done? Where can I find a snap on fin kit?

kharvey

04:10AM | 01/29/07
Member Since: 01/26/07
2 lifetime posts
It is a 12X12 room with a cathedral cieling and skylight. It also gets very liitle sun light. This room is on the second floor and is the first room on the run.

Seems like 20ft of fin is too much but 5 more feet may do the trick. Any idea if you can buy fins and attach them to the existing piping?

medicinemaan

05:06AM | 12/25/08
Member Since: 12/24/08
1 lifetime posts
Hi i in the same situation. FINS are missing its cold and i need to replace the fins NOT the pipe. any help or suggestions are appreciated thanks

gfan1129

06:00PM | 12/10/13
Member Since: 12/10/13
2 lifetime posts
for fins on bare pipe take a look at fin clamp element
by Fab Tek Logic.
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