Hydronic in-screed heating is suitable for large areas (100m² +) and can be used in a variety of installations where a sand and cement bed is being used. In screed installations have a faster response time than in slab installations, as it is closer to the floor surface.
The PEX pipe is specific for under floor heating. It is a cross linked polyethylene pipe with oxygen barrier to prevent corrosion
Applications: direct and background underfloor heating
Pipe type: 5 layer composite pipe with aluminium core
Durability: 100% impermeable to oxygen and water vapour diffusion
Pipe spacing: 105 mm
Pipe diameter: 11.6 x 1.5 mm
Warranty: 10 years
Supplies and controls water flow to the varies under floor pipe circuits. Manifold includes individual flow adjustment and zone control via a solenoid valve.
Max Temperature: 82.2°C
Rated Pressure: 0.25 Mpa
Warranty: 5 years
The PEX hydronic floor heating pipe is installed before the cement screed, beneath any type of floor covering (generally tile). It is required that you cover the pipe with a minimum of 50mm bed of screed. The PEX hydronic floor heating pipe is held on the floor by either plastic pins attached to 30mm insulation foam or clipped to a light wire mesh. (An additional reinforcing mesh will need to be installed in the screed)
Hydronic in-screed heating has a fast response time and can be installed when renovating.
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