PEX for plumbing will expand radiant floor heating market

Fiedrich, Joe
March 1998
Contractor Magazine;Mar1998, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p38
Trade Publication
Presents information on the Radiant heat and PEX markets. Details on the products; Indication of PEX applications; Information on PEXa and PEXc; What uses there are for the products; Indication of the market share of the product; Mentionnof predicted sales for 1998.


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