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The unique and convenient aerosol is designed to be held upside down. Ideal for baseboards, floor edges, stairs, and corners. It speeds up the cleaning of equipment, floor pads, buckets, wringers and floor machine housing. Shineline Baseboard Stripper removes industrial soils and adhesives.




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A heavy-duty stripper for build-up on baseboards and in corners or other hard-to-reach areas. The clinging gel provides extra penetration power to lift off even the heaviest accumulations of wax without damaging the original surface or finish. Inverted valve makes for easy application.


The most common electric baseboard heaters are convection baseboards, the ones we see installed beneath windows in many older homes. The placement is intentional: as cold air comes in through the window, the baseboard unit pulls in the air, heats it and then expels the warm air into the room. Convection heaters are controlled by thermostats in each room.


The Baseboard Kit is used in situations where there is baseboard present that would cause the baby gate to be mounted at an angle on the wall. Baby gates must be mounted vertically in order for the gate to operate properly. Our Universal Baseboard Kit will give you an even and vertical mounting surface for your baby gate.


Baseboard heaters are ideal for homeowners who need a quick, relatively simple heating solution that is more permanent than a portable space heater. Shop Ace to find electric baseboard heaters that are easy to install, require no venting or ductwork, and can be used with a thermostat for trouble-free operation. Discover the differences between our varied selection of top-rated baseboard heaters to find the perfect solution for your home.


The size of the room you are heating is the biggest consideration when choosing a baseboard heater. If the room is too big, the heater will not be strong enough to keep it at an optimal temperature. Before buying a baseboard heater, measure the room you want to heat to determine its square footage. Then, shop for top-rated products that can adequately warm up your space with ease.


Shop online now to find the best baseboard heater to warm up your home. For more heating solutions, browse our full assortment of heaters, including space heaters, radiant heaters and powerful wall heaters online. Head to your neighborhood store to get expert tips and advice on which top-rated heaters are right for you, plus information from our helpful staff on how to maintain your investment throughout the year.


Did you know that electric baseboard heat uses 250 watts for every foot of heater? That can add up quickly and can produce some high electric bills in the winter if these heaters are not controlled properly.


The Holybro Pixhawk RPi CM4 Baseboard (opens new window) is a single-board solution that pre-integrates a (swappable) Pixhawk flight controller with the Raspberry Pi CM4 companion computer ("RPi").The baseboard has a compact form factor with all the connections needed for development.


This baseboard is plug-in compatible with Holybro Pixhawk 5X, Holybro Pixhawk 6X, and any other Pixhawk controller that follows the Pixhawk Autopilot Bus Standard (opens new window) guidelines for mechanical compatibility across vendors.


Electric resistance heat can be supplied by centralized forced-air electric furnaces or by heaters in each room. Room heaters can consist of electric baseboard heaters, electric wall heaters, electric radiant heat, or electric space heaters.


Electric baseboard heaters are zonal heaters controlled by thermostats located within each room. Baseboard heaters contain electric heating elements encased in metal pipes. The pipes, surrounded by aluminum fins to aid heat transfer, run the length of the baseboard heater's housing, or cabinet. As air within the heater is warmed, it rises into the room, and cooler air is drawn into the bottom of the heater. Some heat is also radiated from the pipe, fins, and housing.


The quality of baseboard heaters varies considerably. Cheaper models can be noisy and often give poor temperature control. Look for labels from Underwriter's Laboratories (UL) and the National Electrical Manufacturer's Association (NEMA). Compare warranties of the different models you are considering.


All types of electric resistance heating are controlled with a thermostat. Baseboard heaters often use a line-voltage thermostat (the thermostat directly controls the power supplied to the heating device), while other devices use low-voltage thermostats (the thermostat uses a relay to turn the device on and off). Line-voltage thermostats can be built into the baseboard heater, however they often don't sense the room temperature accurately. It's best to instead use a remote line-voltage or low-voltage thermostat installed on an interior wall. Both line-voltage and low-voltage thermostats are available as programmable thermostats for automatically setting back the temperature at night or while you're away.


Model 250 air baseboards are kept in stock in a standard width and height. Numerous stock lengths are available. They are constructed in two pieces which are fastened with phillips head screws. Air discharge is through 3" x 1/4" slots along the length of the baseboard, with a full length damper providing uniform discharge and volume control. Inlet boots are field cut. This product can be customized in any width, height, and/or length.


In the past, when you were getting a new heating system, you often had to make your choice based on the availability of natural gas, propane, firewood, or electricity in your area. Now, technology has marched on, and you get to consider a lot more than just the fuel source when choosing your heating method. Two of the options you may want to consider are ductless heat pumps and baseboard heating.


Baseboard heaters are usually installed beneath windows so the rising warm air from the heater will counteract the cold air coming through the window. They must be properly fitted with the wall, or there can be considerable loss of air, making this a potentially expensive way to heat a home. There are two main types of baseboard heaters:


When deciding between baseboard heaters and ductless systems, remember that baseboard heaters are hot to the touch. That can present a danger for children or pets, and they also impact furniture and curtain placement. Most importantly, you need to be sure that you never drop or leave anything on these radiators, lest it become a fire hazard. Beyond that, here is a brief look at some of the pros and cons of baseboard heating:


As you can see, there are many advantages to choosing a ductless heating system. They are less expensive than adding ductwork to an existing home, and they offer key advantages over baseboard heating. To learn more or to get a quote, contact us today. At N.E.T.R, we have been providing ductless heating and cooling systems to homes and businesses in the Boston area for years, and we would love to help you make your home more comfortable and more efficient.


When most homeowners and designers think of baseboards, they think of the thin strip of wood at the bottom of a wall. However, baseboards are much more diverse than that. They range in size, styling, profile, and more.


Baseboard caps and shoes are versatile baseboard profiles that can be added to classic baseboards to embellish a more traditional design. They come in various styles and patterns, adding complexity to the architectural design of your baseboard. They can also be used to conceal gaps and transitions.


Baseboards are one of the finishing touches that help to complete any space. Choosing a baseboard that is attractive, durable, and easy to install is particularly important in commercial settings. Schluter-Systems has introduced Schluter-DESIGNBASE-SL, a new top-set wall baseboard that provides a unique alternative to traditional baseboards in commercial buildings and condominiums.


This type of molding is often paired with baseboard along the bottom of interior walls. When used, the accent provides visual interest and helps give a polished look, hiding any imperfections from construction. 041b061a72


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