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.
For installations in suspended floors, Polyplumb floor heating uses either double or single heat spreader plates. Alternatively, pipes can be laid on top of insulation between joists. Standard tongue and groove floorboard is laid above the system. Suspended double heat spreader plate systems use 15mm pipe. Single heat spreader plate and pipe only systems can use 15mm or 18mm pipe.
When installing in floating floors, Polyplumb pipe is simply pressed in to the preformed heat spreader plate, which sits in grooves within the floating floor insulation panel. The floating floor system is then covered with 18mm chipboard sheeting. Suitable for all floor covering. Floating floor systems can incorporate 15mm or 18mm pipe.
Overlay™ allows floor heating to be installed into existing spaces quickly, easily and practically. The unique system is a patented low profile panel, which is laid over existing solid or timber floors. Tiles and laminate can be laid directly onto the system. Carpet and vinyl require a capping layer of 4-6mm plywood. Overlay™ is perfect for kitchens, bathrooms or conservatories, where minimal wall space is available and total design freedom is required.