Warm Water Underfloor Heating System - 30.0m

Warm Water Underfloor Heating System - 30.0m²

Water Underfloor Heating System: Warm Water Underfloor Heating System - 22.5 - 45.0m2

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Specifically designed for ease of installation.

The foundation of our system is the pipe. We use a 16mm diameter 5 layer Pert-AL-Pert pipe to carry the warm water in a continuous circuit under the floor. Pert-AL-Pert is recognised worldwide as the premier performer in this field and 5 layer Pert-AL-Pert pipe is the highest grade in its class. This pipe replaces older type PEXa and PEXb pipes which it outperforms in all aspects. Due to its high strength and superior output, Pert-AL-Pert is the primary choice for most architects and designers specifying an underfloor heating installation, and is widely expected by industry experts to be the number one pipe choice for underfloor heating installations for the forseeable future.

Complete kit includes everything required to install your underfloor heating system, with a comprehensive, easy to follow installation manual.

Kit Includes:

- Dualmix manifold
- High Output Circulation Pump
- 16mm Pert-AL-Pert 5 Layer Underfloor Heating Pipe x 150 metres
- Thermostatic Temperature Sensor
- Thermostatic Mixing Valve
- Temperature Guage x 2 (flow & return)
- Individual Zone Flow Indicators
- Pipe Connector Cores (connecting pipe to manifold)
- Perimeter Insulation Roll
- Pipe Clips x 200
- Automatic Air Vents x 2
- Filling and Drain Points x 2
- 1" 1/4 turn Manifold Isolating Valves x 2
- Pipe Reaming Tool
- Installation brackets x 2
- 50 Year Guarantee
- Comprehensive Installation Manual

This Warm Water underfloor heating system covers up to 45.0 m² at 300mm C-C (centre to centre). This will produce approx. 70W/m² when used with a tiled floor finish.
By reducing the pipe spacings to 200mm C-C you will increase the floor output to approx. 100W/m², this will however reduce the maximum coverage area to 30.0m².
Further reducing the pipe spacings to 150mm C-C you will increase the floor output to approx. 140W/m², this will however reduce the maximum coverage area to 22.5m².

This system is supplied with a 2 way manifold (unless you have upgraded to the larger option manifolds). For single room installations the area should be divided by laying 2 circuits of equal pipe length from the 100m coil of pipe supplied. This ensures an equal flow rate through each circuit and thus an even spread of heat throughout the room. In rooms with 1 or 2 exterior walls featuring a high percentage of glazing, the pipe spacings should be reduced to counteract the cold fall of air from the glazing. (NOTE: This will reduce the achievable maximum coverage area).

The kit is intended for most rooms such as kitchens, conservatories, bathrooms etc. Full fitting and operating instructions are supplied with each pack. The packs are supplied with pipe fixings suitable for a screed floor, by covering the screed with a tile finish maximum output will be achieved.

To ensure optimum and accurate water temperature control, our systems include a thermostatic valve and temperature sensor. The sensor is installed at the point where the water flows into the floor heating manifold, the desired water temperature is then simply selected on the temperature valve and can be adjusted as required. The valve automatically blends water flowing into the system, with water flowing from the system, to achieve the desired constant temperature, with maximum speed and efficiency.
Temperature of the water flowing into and also from the floor heating is displayed on temperature guages fitted on the flow and return manifolds. These guages allow simple system setup whilst ensuring optimum heating performance.
The system includes shut off valves on the flow and return circuits for simple isolation if required.

Complete kit includes everything required for easy installation of your underfloor heating system
(''complete system'' includes everything from the temperature control unit onwards - additionally a water flow and return pipe to/from the boiler will be required and depending on preferred level of control, a 2 port valve may be required on the flow supply at the boiler - and for ultimate control actuators can be installed on the manifold and operated by multiple zone thermostats)