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Watts Radiant's SmartTrac is a nonstructural, modular panel system, designed to simplify radiant heating and cooling installations in subfloor, wall, and ceiling applications.

04/24/2014


Watts Radiant's SmartTrac is a nonstructural, modular panel system, designed to simplify radiant heating and cooling installations in subfloor, wall, and ceiling applications. Courtesy: Watts RadiantWatts Radiant's SmartTrac is a nonstructural, modular panel system, designed to simplify radiant heating and cooling installations in subfloor, wall, and ceiling applications. SmartTrac is a flexible solution for any new construction or remodeling project and is easy to configure and install. Features include a one-panel solution that does not require silicone. It has a thin, 5/8-in. profile and weighs only 2.5 lbs. It also has at least 92% recycled content and responds quickly with little installation time required.

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