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Hydronic Heating in Topping Slab

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What is the minimum slab thickness and minimum rebar that one should use for a continuously supported topping slab containing hydronic heating? I believe the hydronic pipes are 3/4" od plastic (pex) tubing. I want to make sure that the slab doesn't crack.

Jim K.

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