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Radiant Heat PEX Tubing Layout Cement Slab Install - 2 Manifolds Typical Installation

Radiant PEX Tube In Cement Slab with 2 Manifolds - Typical PEX Tubing Layout with 4 Port Manifolds. You will notice that the PEX Starts and comes back to the same location. You always want the hotest part of the PEX on an exterior wall and use bend supports or something else to protect the PEX when it comes out of the cement.  And make sure you use insulation under and around the floor. Vapor barrier is also need under the floor - and our Foil Slab Shiled insulation does this too.

Radiant PEX Tube In Cement Slab with Multiple Manifolds - Typical Layout

List of materials needed for a project like this (Click Link below to Purchase Product and see more Information)

Hydronic Heating Side (Trim)

Quantity X - Hydronic Heating Mixing Valves (Optional)

Quantity X - Cast Iron Pump (For Heating Side and Depends on System)

Quantity X - Pump Flanges (For Heating Side and Most Likely 3/4 Inch)

Quantity 1 - Hydronic Heating Thermostats and Floor Sensors

Quantity X - Sharkbite Quick Connect Fittings

Quantity X - HousePEX PEX-C Pex Tubing for Radiant Heating in Slabs

Quantity 2 - PEX Radiant Heating Manifolds

Quantity X - Pipe Support Accessories

Quantity X - PEX Tubing Accessories

Quantity X - Slab Shield Insulation

 

X = Various Amounts of Product needed - dependant on actual system