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  1. Underfloor Heating Single Zone (Single Room)

    One of our many available products is the Single Room pack, ideal for extensions and conservatories. It can work as part of the radiator system or it can have a separate feed from the heating source (which is the recommended practice).  Any wet underfloor heating system will work best as a separate system with S-Plan […]

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  2. Wet Underfloor Heating

    Wet underfloor heating is very energy efficient.  Having underfloor heating installed will reduce your energy bills and keep your feet warm. The heat will only be circulated in the rooms where it is required.  Each room will have it’s own room temperature control.  No ugly radiators to be fitted on the wall, you will have […]

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  3. Underfloor Heating Operation

    Once a wet underfloor heating system has been installed there is really nothing to do for the client.  The client/end user only needs to set the room thermostats to work as they prefer them to work.  Wet underfloor heating systems will normally start 2 – 3 h before a radiator systems in a screeded floor, […]

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  4. Underfloor Heating Manifolds

    Most underfloor heating systems above 25 sqm will need an underfloor heating manifold. The underfloor heating manifolds should be located centrally in the building.  Normally one manifold can do up to 180 – 200 sqm floor area depending on the floor layout.  A normal four bedroom property will have one manifold for each floor. Our underfloor […]

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  5. Underfloor Heating Outputs and Heat Losses

    Water underfloor heating outputs are quoted in W/sqm.  The maximum underfloor heating output for underfloor heating in a concrete floor is 100 W/sqm, the maximum heat output for a timber suspended floor is 70 W/sqm. Watts is a measure of heat energy required.  The higher the W/sqm, the more energy is used by the heat […]

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  6. Accessories For Underfloor Heating Systems

    We offer a range of accessories for our water underfloor heating systems. 12v Power Supply unit can be used to power our low voltage underfloor heating room thermostats. Our sensor housing, is ideal to be used in en-suites and bathrooms to house the remote sensor for the underfloor heating room thermostats. Power relay card is […]

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  7. Underfloor Heating Wiring Centre Options

    Our underfloor heating central wiring switch boxes have been designed to simplify the wiring process for our water underfloor heating systems.  Using the Heatmiser UH1, UH2 or UH3 in your underfloor heating systems applications, means that the actuator, boiler and pump connections are wired from a single point. Our underfloor heating 12 V network thermostat […]

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  8. Underfloor Heating & Hot Water Control

    The UH1 underfloor heating wiring centre also takes care of the hot water control.  Controlling the hot water from the UH1 underfloor heating Heatmiser wiring centre makes sense, not only because it simplifies the wiring, but also because it enables you to control your hot water centrally from the Heatmiser underfloor heating TouchPad and remotely […]

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  9. Underfloor Heating Guidelines

    Below we have compiled some useful guidelines to help answer some common questions about the installation of water underfloor heating; Flow Rate To calculate the flow rate for each underfloor heating loop, take the loop length and divide by 40. For example, 100 m loop length/40 = 2.5 l/min flow for the underfloor heating loop. […]

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  10. Underfloor Heating Automatic Bypass Valve

    Normally the underfloor heating flow rates per underfloor heating water loop is between 1 – 4 l/min.  The flow rate for the water underfloor heating system can be regulated on the underfloor heating return manifold.  Each loop can be adjusted to suitable settings.  ie longer loops would normally be fully open and the shorter loops […]

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