Polyplumb Underfloor heating component floor panel for screeded floors allow for overlap and waste when ordering. For use with solid floors.
Polyplumb floor heating can be permanently built into solid concrete or screeded floors. As required by current Building Regulations, insulation is built into the floor directly beneath the unique Polyplumb floor panel.
The heating pipe is simply slotted in and then permanently covered by the screed. Suitable for all floor coverings. Solid floor systems can incorporate 15mm or 18mm pipe.
Polyplumb floor heating in solid or screeded floors incorporates the unique Polyplumb screeded floor panel. The light weight plastic floor panels nest for easy storage and carrying.
The floor panels are easily cut to the room shape. They form a simple grid for the quickest possible pipe laying and form a precise guide for minimum bending radius. They set the pipe at exact centres and hold the pipe against movement when screeding. The floor panel holds the pipe above the insulation allowing full screed surround. Optimum screed depth is 65mm from panel base, i.e. 40mm from the pipe top.
Insulation below and at the edges of the floor screed is required by Building Regulations. Edge insulation also acts as an expansion joint.
Polypipe underfloor heating systems can be used with the following solid floor constructions:
- Sand and cement screed (4:1 mix)
- Pumped screed systems (anhydrite, etc.)
- Fine or heavy concrete
- Polymer modified screeds
|KEY DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION INFORMATION|
|Maximum Heat Output||approx. 100W/m2|
|Recommended Design Flow Temperatures||50°c|
|Maximum Circuit Legnth||100m (15mm pipe)|
120m (18mm pipe)
|Maximum Coverage Per Circuit||11.1m2 at 100mm centres|
21.2m2 at 200mm centres
30m2 at 300mm centres (18mm pipe)
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