Hydronic under timber heating is for warming the floor and is limited to a maximum temperature of 25 deg C. pipe technology
The PEX pipe is specific for under floor heating. It is a cross linked polyethylene pipe with oxygen barrier to prevent corrosion.
With under timber hydronic heating we aim for a heat output of 80-100 W/m². A combination of flow and temperature balanced to suit the heat load requirement of a room.
The PEX hydronic floor heating pipe is installed after the batons are laid. It is required that your batons have a minimum height of 40mm to allow for insulation, pipe diameter and airspace. The PEX hydronic floor heating pipe is held on the floor by pins attached to insulation foam and where appropriate batons would require to groves to allow for the pipe to move across the floor. Special requirements:
Batons should be installed at 450 centers as normal and Comfort Heat must be informed of any expansion joints in the sub-floor.
Pipe Type Cross linked polyethylene pipe with oxygen barrier
Pipe Diameter 16mm
Baton Height Minimum height of 40mm
Baton Centers Standard 450mm centers
Warranty 25 years
Comfort Heat Australia | Underfloor Heating Systems
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