Structural

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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Floor screed/concrete

02

Foam edge insulation

03

Reinforcing mesh

04

17mm UFH pipe

05

Pipe clip/tie

06

High density insulation board

07

Damp proof membrane (if required)

08

Concrete subfloor

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01

Floor screed/concrete

02

Foam edge insulation

03

Reinforcing mesh

04

17mm UFH pipe

05

Pipe clip/tie

06

High density insulation board

07

Damp proof membrane (if required)

08

Concrete subfloor

System benefits

product benefit

Other systems feature a high load, but not to this scale. Our structural system is able to support aircrafts and warehouse use.

product benefit

Thanks to the flexibility of the system, its suited for room irregularities. Featuring a magnitude of potential layout designs.

product benefit

The structural heating can be applied evenly across large floor areas at a low cost compared to alternative systems.

System description

The Structural system is used where underfloor heating is required to be incorporated into a structural floor build up. Typical scenarios are airport hangars, car showrooms, warehouses or anywhere, when point loading can be usually high.
High density flooring insulation panels of the required specification are laid over the complete floor area which is overlaid with a reinforcing mesh onto which the underfloor heating pipework is clipped or tied.
Pipework should be laid as per the designs supplied, with all pipework loops converging at the central manifold. This form of heating can also be used for driveway heating and other external applications. In these situations it is critical that the system is dosed with an antifreeze mix to prevent damage to pipework in cold weather.