The CU Heating: Electric Under Wood Heating Kit slots right in under wood flooring, carpets and laminates. On top of this, our under-carpet installation is only 4mm in thickness.
Can be installed on top of concrete or Marine ply bases. We have kit sizes from 1m² to 20m² available. The item you are viewing is 150W/. You need to order enough rolls of insulation to cover the WHOLE FLOOR AREA.
Please select from the drop-down menu. This Underfloor Heating Kit Includes. 1-20m² of Floor Heating Mat 150W/m².
PLEASE SELECT HOW MANY ROLLS OF INSULATION YOU REQUIRE! Choice of Thermostat Controller (Touch Screen or Push-Button). Design service if you have a drawing or plan of your room.All our underfloor heating mats come with a. Cable guarantee, while our controllers come with a. All of our controllers come with a floor limiter option built-in, as engineered woods and laminates must not go above 27 degrees. This is a standard set by wood manufacturers.
How to work out how much you will need in a bathroom? First measure the length and width of the room in meters - for an average sized bathroom this would be approx 2.5m x 2.5m. Then multiply these measurements - which gives a square meterage of 6.25m².
Now it is necessary to remove from this total any bathroom furniture or other fixed items of furniture that may block the heat, i. A normal bath is 800mm wide by 1800mm long so this would give a square meterage of 1.44m². Then remove an additional 10% from the total to allow for a gap around the edges - this would be 0.48m², so therefore 4.81m2 - 0.48m2=4.33m². Therefore, a total area to cover would be 4.33m² and the nearest mat kit to cover this would be 4m². This applies to both underwood systems and under carpet systems.When installing insulation first, you need to order enough to cover the. Do not remove the 10% as the insulation needs to go right up to the edges. This is so you get an even sub floor finish for the wood or carpet to be placed on to.
How to work out how much you will need in your kitchen? First measure the length and width of the room in meters - for an average sized kitchen this would be approx 3m x 4m. Then multiply these measurements - which gives a square meterage of 12m².
Now it is necessary to remove from this total any kitchen units or other fixed items of furniture that may block the heat. A normal kitchen unit is 0.6m wide.If the units were along 3m of wall in the kitchen, this would be 0.6m x 3m = 1.8m². Then remove this total from the area. 12m2 total kitchen area - 1.8m² of kitchen units = 10.2m².
Then remove an additional 10% from the total to allow for a gap around the edges - this would be 10.2m² - 10% = 9.18m². Therefore, a total area to cover would be 9.18m² and the nearest mat kit to cover this would be 9m². The System should be protected by an. In most cases a 13Amp fused spur is fitted before the thermostat.Our systems operate on 230V 50Hz. In bathrooms the thermostat control should be mounted outside the bathroom. The heating cable must never be cut. To facilitate installation the cold lead wire can be cut to suit.
Please relate to the floor planning before installing your heater mat as this is very important. When installing your heater mat always leave a minimum of 50mm unheated gap around the room perimeter. Make sure that the mat can fit the floor area to be heated.It is better to have just too little than too much over. Remember, never cut the heating element.
Cut only the fibreglass mesh carrier when needed and turn or flip the mat to meet your requirements. When installing you must ensure that none of the heating element is within 5cm of another heating element.Please see customisations to assist you on this. 10 Rules to Ensure Correct Installation of Your Heating Mat. Never cut the heating element wire.
Heating element must always be protected by an. Never leave excess heating mats rolled up under units or fixtures.Never run the cold leads (connection leads) underneath or across the heating element wires. Never cross or overlap the heating wires. Do not switch the system on for at least 2 weeks after fitting the floor finish; you need to wait for the adhesive / latex / grout to dry naturally. Do not cut or prepare tiles on top of the fitted heating system. When other work is going on in the room, avoid damage by keeping the heating covered until you are ready for the final. Floor finish to be put down. The cables should never be spaced at intervals closer than 5 cm or further than 10 cm apart. Only a qualified electrician should connect the heating element to the mains. Do not forget to install the floor sensor for your thermostat in its tube when you install the system.