Electric Underfloor Heating Mat Kit 150W per m² 1m² to 24m²
Everything you need in one box.
- 3mm twin element stitched to a self adhesive mesh matting
- Acrylic floor primer with roller. Upgradable to Thermal Primer
- Choice of Digital fully programmable thermostat. with remote floor sensor
- Full installation instructions
- Lifetime guarantee
When working out Cable Mat size, normal coverage is between 80% and 90%. So a 10 m² room would only require a 9.0 m² mat (Max) or an 8.0 m² mat if the room was a complex shape.
If you are unsure call one of our team who will advise you. Call us free on 0800 881 8097.
|The FH300, our standard thermostat, it is a fully programmable thermostat, very easy to use with a 7 day 24 hr timer and a 15 Amp load, Comes complete with floor sensor probe.
|The FH-01 Thermostat is one of the most energy efficient on the market, it can handle a 16 Amp load, yet is incredibly easy to use with full 7-day 24 hour timer – we believe that this is the best & most reliable floor heating thermostat currently available on the market.
Comes complete with floor sensor probe.
|The neoStat-E has been made specifically for electric heating and is especially suited to electric underfloor heating. The neoStat-E can be run as a stand alone system, is supplied with a 3 meter remote floor sensor and is capable of switching up to 16A. The neoStat-E is very simple to use straight from the box and even easier when used in conjunction with a neoHub, enabling you to control your heating system remotely via a pc or smartphone.
Example is a 5 m² (10 m total length of mat) divided into 5 runs each of 2 m long with a 50 mm gap between each run of matting to maintain minimum cable spacing.
Example is a 2.5 m² cable mat (5 m total length of mat) 3 full widths runs each laid to maintain a 50 mm gap between cable loops. Two of the mat runs are approximately 2.2 m long and the third run is 0.9 m. The remainder of the cable is removed from the mesh matting, laid loose and fixed in place with self-adhesive cloth tape (duct tape). When run loose, the cable should be spaced similarly to when it is attached to the matting. Cables should be spaced no closer than 50 mm
Example is a 2.5 m² cable mat (5 m total length of mat) 2 full width runs in front of the bath, each laid to maintain a 50 mm gap between cable loops. Areas where a full width of mat cannot be laid, the cable is removed from the mesh matting, laid loose and fixed in place with a self adhesive cloth tape (duct tape). When run loose, the cable should be spaced similarly to when it is attached to the matting. Cables should be spaced no closer than 50 mm. Matting can also be laid 90° to main runs of matting.
Example is a 9 m² cable mat (18 m total length of mat) 6 full width runs of mat, each laid to maintain a 50 mm gap between cable loops. The angled sides of the room create irregular areas which can be filled by removing the cable from the mesh matting, laid loose and fixed in place with self-adhesive cloth tape (duct tape). When run loose, the cable should be spaced, similarly to when it is attached to the matting. Cables should be spaced no closer than 50 mm.
Example shown is a 13 m² cable mat (14 m+12 m total lengths of mat) 8 full width runs of mat, each laid to maintain a 50 mm gap between cable loops. As the thermostat is located at one end of the room, the matting has been laid so that the cold tails from each mat can be connected directly into the thermostat without the need to extend the cold tail.
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Our standard next working day service is FREE and goes via the APC overnight network.
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Every effort is made by us to ensure that delivery is made by the next working day but there are times when delays outside of our control occur for which we cannot be held responsible.