K120 Kick Space Heater Zoom

K120 Kick Space Heater

SKU:K120

Brand: Beacon Morris

Beacon Morris
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Specs

BTU (Max): 12990
BTU (Min): 8425
BTU:
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8425-12990
Width (Inches): 23"
Height: 3-7/8"
Flow Rate:
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1-3GPM
Model: K120
Application: Heating
Depth (Inches): 12-3/4"
Type: Kickspace Heaters
Water Connection: 1/2"
Thread Size: 1/2"IDFitting

Description for Beacon Morris K120

Kickspace heaters are the space-saving alternative to hot water baseboard. Designed to fit inconspicuously under a cabinet, in the floor, on or in the wall, kickspace heaters are ideal for hard to heat areas such as foyers, kitchens, and bathrooms.

Hot water from the home's boiler is circulated through the kickspace unit and the fan gently blows heated air into the room. The homeowner simply selects the fan speed, then the unit turns on and off automatically according to heating demand.

Twin-Flo III + kickspace heaters are your ideal solution wherever space is limited:

  • Under Cabinets
  • In Kitchens, Baths, and Foyers
  • Under Stair Risers and Windows

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        Most Liked Positive Review

         

        Outstanding value and great quality

        We live in N. MN. and have about a 1,200 SQ. FT. sized house with 3 levels. Based on the 43 BTU's per sq. ft. of space the Kitchen/dining/living...Read complete review

        We live in N. MN. and have about a 1,200 SQ. FT. sized house with 3 levels. Based on the 43 BTU's per sq. ft. of space the Kitchen/dining/living room area (which is open for two floors) was GROSSLY under heated with about 30 ft. of thin-fin. I bought and installed the K-120 and it works GREAT! My office is directly under the heater and I can barely hear it running upstairs above me on low. We will run it on the low fan setting most of the time and only use High when we want a quick heat up, like in the morning after turning down the heat overnight.
        I didn not look, but IF the Installation manual is here to view (or maybe Beacon's OEM site?) I would suggest you read it before purchasing. I needed the Directional Tee I mentioned in Accessories and finding one locally was very challenging AND expensive! I should have ordered it with my original order. I know every installation is different so it's hard to draw parallels, but the other suggestion I would make would is to hook this heater up with Shark-bite style connectors, especially if you are working is a tight area. The time I wasted pulling the directional Tee out and re-soldering because I didn't get it clean enough the first time around cost me HOURS in draining the system and fooling around due to one little leak(in the hardest place to get to in the installation process!). I ultimately cut the Tee out, pulled out the offending connection pieces and re-soldered in my shop. Then I installed the Tee between two Shark-Bites and it all slipped together easily.
        Research and plan your connection strategy carefully if you are DIY-ing this. I plumbed in shut offs on both pex connection lines so I could isolate the heater later if need be. Pex shut-off are less than ball valves and connectors. AND don't forget the inline Air-bleeder!

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        Most Liked Negative Review

         

        Maybe consider other options

        I use two K120's to heat about 1800 square feet from a water jacket I made on my wood stove. I added the low-temp aquastats as well. When run on high the blowers...Read complete review

        I use two K120's to heat about 1800 square feet from a water jacket I made on my wood stove. I added the low-temp aquastats as well. When run on high the blowers are loud, but I installed the heaters away from where we spend most of our time- if I were to have this in my kitchen I would have removed it. Since they are on a loop from my wood stove they seldom turn off (a few hours at most when it's cold), so I figured that the life of the blower motor wasn't going to be great. I had to replace my first blower assembly today after the motor let the smoke out- it made it two heating seasons. Pexsupply has super fast shipping and has the great prices, but the blower assembly is pricey relative to the overall cost of a new unit. Hindsight in mind- I wouldn't have gone with these heaters for my application.

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        5.0

        Great alternative to baseboard.

        By Jeff

        from Bloomfield, CT

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        Comments about K120 Kick Space Heater:

        Did not have much room for a baseboard installation. Went with this in a sun room and it is perfectly tucked under a 42" cabinet.

        Pass on the flexible hose kit as it is way too expensive for its contents.

         
        5.0

        great

        By matt

        from Hamden, CT

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              Comments about K120 Kick Space Heater:

              working as usual heater

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              5.0

              Excellent product

              By Rev

              from Indiana

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                    Comments about K120 Kick Space Heater:

                    Works as advertised.

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                    5.0

                    Kickspace 120

                    By Sparky

                    from Williamsport, PA

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                          Comments about K120 Kick Space Heater:

                          Simple install and works really well. Connected to a boiler and heats real quick. Fan comes on a 120 degrees and continues to run until temperature drops to 105 degrees. Really quiet on low fan speed.

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                          5.0

                          Problem solver space heater!

                          By Ice man on the lake

                          from West Suffield CT

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                                Comments about K120 Kick Space Heater:

                                I had a tuff time getting enough wall space for base board heaters in a room and my furnace was running all the time trying to keep a room warm. Now that I added the kick space heater with the wall cabinet the room warms up very quick and this unit was less than 1 hour to install on my system.---- I am very happy with this unit!

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                                5.0

                                heats 250 sq ft 3 season porch perfectly

                                By joe from mass

                                from massachusetts

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                                      Comments about K120 Kick Space Heater:

                                      Simple install with wall mount kit. Literally 3 wires and 2 copper connections - if the services are there, it is a 20 minute job. Nearly silent on low, but noticeably louder on high.

                                      kicks poorly-average insulated porch that is mostly windows from 50 up to 65 in about 20 minutes in 30 degree weather.

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                                      3.0

                                      Maybe consider other options

                                      By Heatin' for cheap

                                      from Mass

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                                            Comments about K120 Kick Space Heater:

                                            I use two K120's to heat about 1800 square feet from a water jacket I made on my wood stove. I added the low-temp aquastats as well. When run on high the blowers are loud, but I installed the heaters away from where we spend most of our time- if I were to have this in my kitchen I would have removed it. Since they are on a loop from my wood stove they seldom turn off (a few hours at most when it's cold), so I figured that the life of the blower motor wasn't going to be great. I had to replace my first blower assembly today after the motor let the smoke out- it made it two heating seasons. Pexsupply has super fast shipping and has the great prices, but the blower assembly is pricey relative to the overall cost of a new unit. Hindsight in mind- I wouldn't have gone with these heaters for my application.

                                            • Primary use:
                                            • Personal

                                            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                                             
                                            5.0

                                            Silent Power

                                            By OasisDweller

                                            from Framingham, MA

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                                                  Comments about K120 Kick Space Heater:

                                                  We purchased this unit to replace a more expensive one that we could hear from the other side of the house, even on low fan. We were worried at first that somehow, because this unit was less money, it wouldn't perform as well. Wrong. And this has become our favored line: "Silent Power". We are very happy with all 3 of these units we have around the room plus it does away with those unsightly baseboard units.

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                                                  (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                                                   
                                                  5.0

                                                  Completely satisfied

                                                  By Kawika

                                                  from Hammond, Maine

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                                                        Comments about K120 Kick Space Heater:

                                                        I installed this unit in a wall vertically (as opposed to the usual horizontal) between two rooms in a basement studio. Works great. Unit was a replacement for a Myson Whispa II that had a very short life. Thanks Beacon Morris for a great product and PexSupply for great service.

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                                                        1.0

                                                        Great for confined spaces.

                                                        By Superplumber_mi

                                                        from Kalamazoo, MI

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                                                              Comments about K120 Kick Space Heater:

                                                              Turns on fan when temperature reaches 120 degrees F.

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                                                              • K120 Kick Space Heater

                                                                Q:

                                                                does it work with steam heating system?
                                                                Asked on 7/7/2014 by gabe from Clifton NJ

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  Mine is on hot water not steam
                                                                  Envoyé de mon iPad

                                                                  Answered on 7/7/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  The kick space heater shouldn't be connected to steam but you can connect it to the water tank on your steam boiler. You will need a circulating pump to pump the water from the boiler through the kick space heater and back to the boiler. Use a room air thermostat to turn the circulation pump on when the temperature is below the setpoint and turn the circulation pump off when the temperature is above the setpoint. The manual provides a piping diagram and some instructions.
                                                                  JoeNavy from South Carolina

                                                                  Answered on 7/7/2014 by JoeNavy from South Carolina
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  No, these heaters are not designed for use with steam systems.
                                                                   
                                                                  However, some steam systems do have a steam condensate (hot water) circuit that would work if connected to one of these units and a pump. If your system has a hot water circuit as part of its system piping, that may be suitable for these units with the appropriate pump and connection piping.
                                                                  Good luck!
                                                                   
                                                                   

                                                                  Answered on 7/7/2014 by Watcher from Oregon
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  No sir it will not

                                                                  Answered on 7/7/2014 by Anonymous
                                                              • K120 Kick Space Heater

                                                                Q:

                                                                How large should opening be cut into toe kick of cabinet to accommodate this?
                                                                Asked on 3/30/2014 by Macey

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  When I installed mine I made the cutout the size of the grate, excluding
                                                                  the sides that attach to the cabinet. Mine could have been a little
                                                                  smaller, but it really doesn't show.

                                                                  Answered on 4/5/2014 by SteveD from Vermont
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  The toe kick opening for my unit was 24".

                                                                  Answered on 4/3/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  The manual says to cut the hole 23" wide and 4" tall.
                                                                   
                                                                  But depending on the details, you might have an "it depends" situation. Are you going to install the unit through the same hole? If yes, you'll need it to be a big enough to allow you to slide the entire unit plus pipe connections through it. If you are going to cut a hole into the cabinet bottom and make an access door, then the hole only needs to accommodate the air flow (front AND side return air) and front switch. The hole size is not critical for operation, as long as the entire coil front is open and you have sufficient return air , it's usually an aesthetics issue.
                                                                   
                                                                  For installations I have done, I have normally sized the hole by lining the cover grill up with the installation location and adjusting the hole to be as big as you can make it but still allow the grill and trim to cover it acceptably. You need to watch out for the cabinet carcass and how it is constructed, you don't want to cut out an important cross-piece.
                                                                   
                                                                  I recommend an access opening in the cabinet bottom if at all possible. It will make the installation a lot easier and allows access for cleaning and servicing. If you can do that, then the recommended hole size works fine.
                                                                   
                                                                   Good luck! 
                                                                   
                                                                   

                                                                  Answered on 3/31/2014 by Watcher from Oregon
                                                              • K120 Kick Space Heater

                                                                Q:

                                                                Does the switch allow for three setting; off, low and hi?
                                                                Asked on 12/19/2013 by john from boston ma

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                                                                  Yes, that is correct. Off, low, and high.

                                                                  Answered on 12/20/2013 by Anonymous
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                                                                  Yes, the a available settings are Min, Max and Off.
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                                                                  Answered on 12/19/2013 by Craig from Towson, MD
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                                                                  Yes, off is the middle position. It rocks right for low and left for high.
                                                                  allisoncornell.com

                                                                  Answered on 12/19/2013 by Anonymous
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                                                                  Yes.
                                                                  Jim Cordes

                                                                  Answered on 12/19/2013 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  Yes

                                                                  Answered on 12/19/2013 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  Yes there are three settings High Low and Off the product has worked great
                                                                  we have three of them installed in our facilities.

                                                                  Answered on 12/19/2013 by Anonymous
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                                                                  Yes. A 3-position switch for low, high and off.
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                                                                  Answered on 12/19/2013 by JoeNavy from South Carolina
                                                              • K120 Kick Space Heater

                                                                Q:

                                                                what typeof grill does thisunit come with
                                                                Asked on 10/19/2013 by JLA

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  It comes with a standard black grille as shown in our product photo. Designer grilles can be purchased separately. These are available in either black or white, with either slotted or diamond-shaped holes.

                                                                  Answered on 11/1/2013 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                                                                  It is made of steel painted black.

                                                                  Answered on 10/22/2013 by Anonymous
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                                                                  The unit comes with a black metal grate, which is pictured. It's fairly
                                                                  sturdy and will not kick in easily!

                                                                  Answered on 10/22/2013 by SteveD from Vermont
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  It's a simple metal grille just as pictured below. As I recall, it is up to the installer to devise a mounting.
                                                                  Hope this helps!
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                                                                  Answered on 10/19/2013 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  The grill on the unit is a black metal much like a standard grill for your
                                                                  forced air systems. Hope this is what you were looking for.

                                                                  Answered on 10/19/2013 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  The grid at the front of the photo is the grille. There are also two end pieces that screw into the toe kick surround to hold it in place. The grille is positioned such that the fan speed switch on the front of the unit is aligned with the corresponding hole in the grill. When you've got it in front of you, it should be pretty self-explanatory.
                                                                  One thing to watch and account for is the clearance needed for the piping on the front of the coil, it can be pretty tight if the cabinet casing is made of thick material. If that is the case, you may need to "carve" out some clearance space to allow the front of the heater to be flush with the toe kick molding.
                                                                  Good luck!

                                                                  Answered on 10/19/2013 by Watcher from Oregon
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                                                                Q:

                                                                what is the decibel level
                                                                Asked on 9/14/2013 by Mike from ny

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  At 1ft away: on maximum setting 62-64 decibels and on minimum setting 50-55 decibels

                                                                  Answered on 9/18/2013 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                              • K120 Kick Space Heater

                                                                Q:

                                                                I am planing heat for a remodel of my combo dinning room / kitchen. I Need ~1300 btu. I can put one of these in a pensula roughly in the center of the room.

                                                                Will this provide enough heat or should i install 2 smaller units one toward the center and one on the outside wall. It will be installed on an individual pex run from a zone with a pump that also services 3 radiators.

                                                                thank you;

                                                                Mark
                                                                Asked on 5/28/2013 by mark from staten island

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  Please see the chart on the first page of the specification sheet at the link below for the heat output ratings of Beacon Morris kickspace heaters at various fluid temperatures. The K120 will easily be able to provide 1,300 BTUs.

                                                                  http://s3.pexsupply.com/product_files/KickspaceSub2.pdf

                                                                  Answered on 6/27/2013 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                                                                Q:

                                                                I would like to put one of your kick space heaters in a bedroom. I am a light sleeper, and a fan coming on or off would wake me up. Can the fan be set for constant on, low speed? If not, any suggestions?
                                                                Asked on 10/12/2012 by Jeff from Portland Maine

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  We have this unit in our kitchen, and the fan appears to only come on when it reaches a certain temperature point. The fan can not be set to "always on" as far as I've experienced.

                                                                  Answered on 10/12/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  I have the heater in my bathroom. It has a minimum, off and maximum
                                                                  setting. Mine is controlled by a thermostat so it will turn off and on as
                                                                  the room reaches the appropriate temperature. It is fan driven so you will
                                                                  hear it. If you are a light sleeper you may wish to consider one of those
                                                                  dehlonghi heaters which electrically heat a liquid which radiates heat into
                                                                  the room with no noise.
                                                                  Elliott Abrams

                                                                  Answered on 10/12/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  One can configure several different options for controlling the fan in a
                                                                  kick space heater. Although it won't come "out of the box" set to be
                                                                  constantly on, whoever does the installation can easily make this happen.
                                                                  Keep in mind that heat comes out of the kick space heater when the fan is
                                                                  on AND when hot water is passing through the coils. You did not describe
                                                                  the configuration of your hot water heating system, but if we assume that
                                                                  you have a thermostat in your room that controls the zone on to which the
                                                                  kick space heater would be added, letting the fan run constantly should not
                                                                  cause your room to overheat.
                                                                  If I were you I would consider wiring a timer switch in parallel with a
                                                                  thermostatically controlled switch. During the time period you designate
                                                                  on the timer (your sleep time) the fan can run constantly. During the rest
                                                                  of the day the themostatically controlled switch will turn the fan on only
                                                                  when hot water is present in the heating coils.
                                                                  The K120 kick space heater comes with a power switch that lets you select
                                                                  between a fan speed of "off", "low", or "high".

                                                                  Answered on 10/12/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  Yes it on or off with a high or low setting.
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                                                                  Answered on 10/12/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  Hi,
                                                                  Fan cannot be placed in a continuous run mode, as it requires heat in the tubes to activate the fan. Fan can be in Lo-Hi-or off.
                                                                  Roland DuBois

                                                                  Answered on 10/12/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  Light sleeper may hear the fan come on. It's a little less noticeable on
                                                                  the low speed. Personally, I prefer the kick space heaters for kitchens or
                                                                  basements and not sleeping areas but they do put out nice heat..

                                                                  Answered on 10/12/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  The manufacturer recommends buying a larger heater and setting it on the low fan setting in situations like these.

                                                                  Answered on 10/25/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                              • K120 Kick Space Heater

                                                                Q:

                                                                Hi There,
                                                                I need to replace a 5ft baseboard heater panel with a kickspace heater as I want to put a cabinet in that place. Which model would be suitable (in terms of BTUs) for the replacement? (K42, K84, or K120)?
                                                                secondly, Do I need a monoflo for the pipe installation?
                                                                Thirdly, does it matter if the supply & return get reversed accidentally?
                                                                Thanks in advance.
                                                                Asked on 9/21/2012 by Anthony

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  The k42 is bigger the 5 ft of base board. Don't buy a unit bigger than your cabinet! Mono flow is not needed and directing in and out of the unit don't really matter.
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                                                                  Answered on 9/21/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  The k84 would prob. be enough, and they do recommend mono flow for the install...and do not mix up the supply and return as the return water is not as hot as the water coming from the boiler (supply)

                                                                  Answered on 9/22/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  Your 5 ft of baseboard, assuming a typical
                                                                  Installation, might deliver about 5*600 = 3,000
                                                                  Btu/ hr. The k42 is rated at 1480-5240 Btu/hr.
                                                                  As the k42 is cheapest and will meet your need
                                                                  I'd use it.
                                                                  Whether you need monoflo depends on your
                                                                  installation. If the baseboard that you are replacing
                                                                  is fed by a monoflo then you will still need
                                                                  monoflo. If the baseboard you are replacing is
                                                                  part of a bigger, 3/4 inch loop then you would
                                                                  want to consider that the k42 is only 1/2 in. And
                                                                  will restrict water flow too much in the rest of
                                                                  the loop if plumbed in series like the old baseboard.
                                                                  I would either plumb it in parallel using monoflo
                                                                  Tee with a 3/4" diameter pipe. Or use normal Tee
                                                                  and in the 3/4" parallel piece with a valve which you
                                                                  can restrict the flow if K42 heat output seems
                                                                  too low. If your baseboard is only 1/2" just
                                                                  plumb k42 directly into the loop with out
                                                                  the parallel bypass pipe.
                                                                  It does not matter if supply and return are swapped
                                                                  for the k42. If your question was in regard
                                                                  to the monoflo T, direction does matter. But if
                                                                  I'd installed one wrong I'd try it before ripping
                                                                  it apart. Depending on the error it may not be
                                                                  significant.
                                                                  -Chipper

                                                                  Answered on 9/22/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  A K42 would have the closest output to five feet of baseboard. You should use a monoflo tee if you are installing the unit off an existing hydronic heating loop.

                                                                  Answered on 9/28/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                              • K120 Kick Space Heater

                                                                Q:

                                                                I noticed the flow rate is 1-3 GPM, I'm using a condensing combi heater with a flow rate of at least 4.2 GPM.

                                                                Will that differential damage this kickspace heater? Do I need to step down the flow rate with a tank or some other device?
                                                                Asked on 6/18/2012 by Bobbito from Detroit, MI

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  The elevated flow rate proposed presents no adverse effect on the kickspace heater. No damage will occur. According to the manufacturer, there may be a slightly elevated BTU output but it will be marginal.

                                                                  Answered on 6/20/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                                                                Installing the Kick-Space heater, are there some type of flexible connections, or do these get soldered in solid ?
                                                                Asked on 2/2/2012 by Stevemag from NJ

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  If you are installing this under a cabinet you should use flexible connections with sharkbite elbow fittings. If you are mounting it where it is accessible I would still use sharkbite fittings because the instructions say not to silver solder it.

                                                                  Answered on 3/3/2012 by freeheat from Ravena, NY
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  You can connect the unit to copper or PEX, but there is also a flexible hose kit available (part HK-10).

                                                                  Answered on 2/2/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  You can solder this in solid or use 5/8 in heater hose from an auto parts store with 4 brass solder in barbed fittings from your plumbing store or online. You can also buy the kit, but its $50 for $20 worth of parts.

                                                                  Answered on 5/29/2012 by GillGroup from Merrimack, NH
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