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  1. Wet Underfloor Heating Installation

    The normal procedure for installing wet underfloor heating is as below; 1. Fit the underfloor heating insulation.  Check that perimeter insulation has been fitted.  Tape all the joints. 2. Install the water underfloor heating manifold on the wall and connect the underfloor heating water pump pack to the manifold. 3. The underfloor heating wiring centre […]

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  2. Underfloor Heating Review

    According to a recent report the water underfloor heating market will continue to grow in 2012. The house building sector should see an increase in projects in 2013. Self build market is one of the largest user of underfloor heating systems.  As heat pumps sales are increasing every year, it is natural that there is […]

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  3. Underfloor Heating Facts

    Wet underfloor heating is not a new idea in the UK.  The Romans where using hot air as an underfloor heating system many years ago. Today’s modern water underfloor heating systems allows the floor to become one large radiator.  The system will operate at very low water temperatures so the floor surface temperature will be […]

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  4. Underfloor Heating Manifold

    Our wet underfloor heating manifolds are made of stainless steel. The underfloor heating flow manifold comes with flow meters that can be adjusted and the underfloor heating return manifolds comes with options for electric actuators to be fitted. The water underfloor heating manifolds comes with ports available from 2 – 12 circuits and are fully […]

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  5. Hydronic Systems Information

    Underfloor heating systems can also called Hydronic systems, especially in the United States. Most underfloor heating systems would use either PEX, PEX/AL/PEX, PB or PERT pipe for the wet underfloor heating pipework. Copper pipework are not used for modern wet underfloor heating systems as the copper would react with the screed and would result in […]

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  6. Underfloor Heating Manifold Control Pack Instructions

    The underfloor heating manifold control pack provides temperature controlled mixed water to an underfloor heating system with a heat output up to 14 kW.  Our pump station is made by Reliance Water Controls in the UK – www.rwc.co.uk. The specification for the underfloor heating mixer pack is; Maximum pressure: 10 bar Maximum temperature: 90 degree […]

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  7. Wet underfloor heating review

    All underfloor heating insulation requirements must comply to the latest building regulations. Normal screed can be used for underfloor heating systems.  No further additives are required. Anhydride screed can be 50 mm only.  It is very important to use a vapour barrier when using liquid screed for wet underfloor heating. The best floor finish for […]

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  8. Underfloor Heating Wiring Centre Heatmiser UH3

    The Heatmiser underfloor heating wiring centre is one of the best on the market in the UK.  It comes with a 5 Amp fuse time delay. Mains supply will connect from a fused spur into the underfloor heating wiring centre.  There is also a relay for switching the boiler/two port valve on.  The wet underfloor […]

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  9. Actuator for Underfloor Heating

    Our underfloor heating actuator from Henco in Belgium is made to the highest quality possible. It is an ON/OFF electrical head and the actuator is fitted on the underfloor heating return manifold. The specification for our underfloor heating Henco actuator is; Type of load controlled by the extrenal circuit – 700 mA. Type of action […]

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  10. Underfloor Heating Manifolds

    Our underfloor heating manifolds are made in Germany by Watts/Dumser to the highest quality possible.  The underfloor heating brackets are mounted to adjustable C-rails.  The wet underfloor heating manifolds are supplied with a ball valve set and a filling set. The underfloor heating manifolds are each fitted with a 1″ male thread for fixing the […]

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