baseboard radiator

baseboard radiator

[′bās‚bȯrd ′rād·ē‚ād·ər]
(civil engineering)
A heating unit which is located at the lower portion of a wall and to which heat is supplied by hot water, warm air, steam, or electricity.
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check all outlets, switches and smoke detectors for proper function and replace defective receptacles if necessary; replace missing light fixtures and/or lenses; check all plumbing fixtures for proper function and repair or replace defective fixtures if necessary; repair, clean and paint all baseboard radiator covers.
Each tank has an electric heating element and a circulating pump that moves the hot water from the tank to the baseboard radiators.
The product is claimed to be capable of producing 150-degree F water output and to make upgrading to a WaterFurnace geothermal system easy, particularly where the replacement system must work with present cast iron or baseboard radiators.
The Runtal baseboard radiators and the Mitsubishi mini-splits are sleek in their design and are quite nice looking.
Before the scrub-down and after, we took samples by vacuum cleaner from all the likely places--door tops, kitchen cabinets, the baseboard radiators.