2ft long hydronic loop--look ok?

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DavidTu

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We're using Uponor Fastrak elsewhere but this section the bay is just 2ft long so this is how I handled it. Look good or no?
 

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Staple up some radiant barrier material to help direct the heat where you want it. For a radiant barrier to work, it needs an air gap between it and the heating run (1/2" or so works). Not as efficient as the aluminum tracks, but better than nothing.
 
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