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My project is to heat a cast concrete counter top. I want to thermostatically control the temperature. I would like to circulate through my Hot Water boiler. I want to achieve this result as inexpensively as possible. I plan to use 1/4" O.D. PEX within the cast. If I tie in the ability to back flush the system I am hoping that I can avoid the heat exchanging expense. I am hoping to be able to tap into the DHW supply with a small inline pump thermostatically controlled and return directly to boiler. I am not a plumber but I hope you can appreciate my project and give helpful suggestion. Thank You very much!
 

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We regret to inform you that while your problem sounds very interesting we are going to be able to help you. If you wish go to a D.I.Y. site and get advice on something a Plumbing Professional should be doing for you. In case you missed it Please Read the sign.



Weird how there is no mention of D.I.Y., or free advice. Mod's will be along shortly to link a site for you. :)
 

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This is a site for PROFESSIONAL plumbers. What is so hard to understand about that? We do this for a living? Don't you like getting paid for your job pushing papers or sweeping up poop? Well we like getting paid for our knowledge in plumbing. Pay a professional and never come back to this site.
 

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