TK-90 Kickspace Heater Zoom

TK-90 Kickspace Heater

SKU:TK-90

Brand: Slant/Fin

Slant/Fin
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$279.95
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Specs

Type: Kickspace Heaters
Application: Heating
Voltage:
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120v
Hertz: 60
Grille Finish: Matte Black
BTU (Min): 3584
BTU:
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3584-10218
BTU (Max): 10218
Dimensions: 14-1/8" x 17" x 3-3/8"
Grille Height: 3-7/8"
Grille Length: 22"
Warranty: 3-Year Limited Warranty

Description for Slant/Fin TK-90

When there's not enough wall space to install baseboard radiation, install The Kicker by Slant/Fin. The compact Kicker provides the heat output of up to 12 feet of baseboard, depending on the model you choose. Sized to fit under cabinets or between wall studs, The Kicker is simple to install and easy to operate.

The Kicker is generally installed with baseboard or other radiators that make up a heating zone. An aquastat inside The Kicker activates The Kicker's fan so that it automatically turns on and off, delivering a quiet flow of heat to the room whenever the water in the heating zone is hot. A convenient switch enables the user to set the fan speed at high, low or off. The Kicker may also be installed as a separate zone with its own room thermostat.

The unique manifold-type heat exchanger of The Kicker provides higher heat output while minimizing friction loss. The supply water in each of the short loops off the manifold makes just a single pass through the heat exchanger. This provides higher supply water temperature to a greater percentage of the heat exchanger fins than a serpentine coil. Since this configuration helps minimize pressure drop, you can often install The Kicker in the same heating loop with baseboard without diverting tees. That reduces installation costs.

TK-90 Kickspace Heater

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Slant/FinTK-90 Kickspace Heater
 
4.0

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4.0

awsome

By aruba lover

from salem nh

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        Comments about TK-90 Kickspace Heater:

        Very easy to install heats kitchen well without ugly baseboards

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        4.0

        Great heat for tight spaces!

        By Brian and Debbie

        from Orwigsburg, PA

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about TK-90 Kickspace Heater:

        We used this TK-90 to replace a TK-70 under our bathroom cabinetry. Our bathroom is a real bear to heat and we wanted the extra BTU's. Even though all specifications are the same, the 90's piping is longer and caused my husband to make some adjustments to existing pipes. It worked out in the end, though, and we are very happy with the difference.

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          Q:

          What size is the piping on the kick heater I was looking for 3/4 in.
          Asked on 9/29/2013 by John from ny

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          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            Good day, if I remember correctly (it's has been a few years...) it is 1/2 inch. I put a reducer on my 3/4 inch pipe and then back to 3/4 when I installed it. There has not been any issues since I installed it.
            Patrick Grégoire

            Answered on 9/30/2013 by Anonymous
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            piping size is 1/2,,

            Answered on 9/29/2013 by Anonymous
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          Q:

          What determines the BTU output on this product? The range is extremely broad. The water coming from my furnace is 190.
          Asked on 10/13/2012 by Carrington from Keene, NH

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          What type of noise is created by the blower operation? I intend to install in a kitchen/living area and don't want a noisy fan running.
          Asked on 4/6/2012 by None from Western PA

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          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            The noise from our Kickspace heater is barely noticable. On Low it is almost silent; on High it is noticeable, but not loud. Sorry I can't provide a technical answer, but, we are very pleased with the unit.

            Answered on 7/11/2012 by Anonymous
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            Good day, it's not very noisy however you can hear it. It'nothing mutch and it doesn't bother us. I would recommend the heater.
            Patrick Grégoire

            Answered on 4/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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            A:

            The fan noise is no problem and you also have the slow speed
            Its also reassuring to know the heat is on.

            Answered on 4/8/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
        • TK-90 Kickspace Heater

          Q:

          i currently have a diverter tee 30 inces from regular tee on this heater. i am going to replace with a new unit. is this the right distance for the tees? entire heating loop is about 100 feet. length of supply and return from heater is about 6 feet. is this acceptable? please help
          Asked on 4/4/2011 by mtn biker from belmar,nj

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            A:

            Yes, that spacing will be fine.

            Answered on 4/8/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
        • TK-90 Kickspace Heater

          Q:

          how do i know if i need a diverting tee with this product?
          Asked on 2/22/2011 by billy boy from belmar,nj

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            A:

            You will need a diverting tee if you are tapping into an existing line (i.e. retrofitting).

            Answered on 2/23/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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          What is the formula to determine how many BTU's needed per sq feet?
          Asked on 2/16/2011 by hot water to go from helena mt

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            A:

            With a kick space heater, you will probably need somewhere between 30 and 45 BTUs per square foot. The actual total in any case will depend on the heat loss of the room/house.

            Answered on 2/17/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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