Development Notes

  • After talking to Marketing, hierarchy of content goes like this: Description > Brochure Literature > features > advanced features > Literature > how it works (kicker only) > then related (related might have to get changed to something else)

Option 6 Features

  • condensing the description, brochure, and WSL sections into a shorter element so users dont have to scroll as much
  • removing literature library link, and only showing individual literature items

The Kicker is generally installed with baseboard or other radiators that make up a heating zone. An aquastat inside The Kicker activates The Kicker’s fan so that it automatically turns on and off, delivering a quiet flow of heat to the room whenever the water in the heating zone is hot. A convenient switch enables the user to set the fan speed at high, low or off. The Kicker may also be installed as a separate zone with its own room thermostat. The supply water in each of the short loops off the manifold makes just a single pass through the heat exchanger. This provides higher supply water temperature to a greater percentage of the heat exchanger fins than a serpentine coil. Since this configuration helps minimize pressure drop, you can often install The Kicker in the same heating loop with baseboard without diverting tees. That reduces installation costs.