The general fixing we use is the clip rail and U-Clip
type and is the most convenient in majority applications.
However there are several methods available for securing
the underfloor heating pipe work within a screed or
concrete floor. For more information regarding these
type please View Fact Sheet
Most Types of construction require insulation below
to meet the requirements of the Building Regulations.
In all cases, (including intermediate floors) insulation
must be provided under the floor heating system to reduce
downward heat transmission and to improve response time
and running costs. The insulation must be sufficient
to comply with the Building regulations and we are happy
to quote for most types insulation in the specification,
there are some types of insulation that we do not recommend
and we will suggest alternatives where appropriate.
The maximum heat output of a solid floor system is
100w/m² This output should be checked against the
heat losses of the building given by the Architect and/or
consulting engineer. This is particularly important
in refurbishments and rooms with large glazed areas
and/or high ceilings.