Cradle & Batten UFH

Underfloor Heating
Homeowner
Homeowner
Suitable for homeowners, whether your project is a renovation or new build.
Contractor
Contractor
Suitable for contractors, small or large.
Professional
Professional
Suitable for professionals, such as architects, specifiers and developers.
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18mm T&G ScreedPanel 18

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Soundproof Cradles

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45mm Batten

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40mm min direct applied sand and cement or proprietary screed (min 80 kg/m2)

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150mm (min) Concrete Floor

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16mm resilient bars

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2 x 15mm acoustic plasterboard

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01

18mm T&G ScreedPanel 18

02

Soundproof Cradles

03

45mm Batten

04

40mm min direct applied sand and cement or proprietary screed (min 80 kg/m2)

05

150mm (min) Concrete Floor

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16mm resilient bars

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2 x 15mm acoustic plasterboard

Technical Specifications

Compliance
Robust Detail
Building Regulations
Part E
Moisture Resistant
Yes
Soundproofing use
Impact & Airborne
Applicable Projects
New & Refurbishment

System benefits

product benefit

Our suspended systems enable the use of the underfloor void to hide away and cabling or wiring. The systems can work in conjunction with floor access panels.

System description

Our acoustic Cradle & Batten UFH system is a unique resilient floor levelling system, incorporating an underfloor heating tray and insulation between the battens. A dry screed panel is placed over the battens, to become a floating floor. The dry screed board is used for its thermal properties, which allow for a more effective UFH system. The cradles can resurrect uneven concrete and timber subfloors, a problem which frequently affects older buildings under refurbishment and upgrades, typically due to warping and/ or less advanced tools. In addition to its levelling capabilities, the cradles will be placed on top of a resilient layer for addition impact noise reduction.

 

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