Underfloor heating is a durable and economical water heating system. There are two types of underfloor heating systems:
• Electrical systems
• Hydraulic systems - dry and wet - differ in the way the pipes are laid. In wet systems, the pipes are laid in the screed, and in dry - the pipes are in the floor panels and serve as a heat conductor. Most often, the "wet" hydraulic version is offered with new construction projects, and the dry version and electrical systems - for repairs.
They add comfort and warmth to the rooms, distributing the temperature evenly. They save space, reduce the amount of dust, prevent the appearance of mold.
The main components of the water floor heating system are:
• Insulating base for the floor from a special EPS floor pad,
• Polyethylene pipes
• Heat supply source, which can be heat pump, pellet boiler, gas boiler
• Supply and return manifold, complete with thermal heads and electric actuators
• Circulation pump
• Adjusting fittings for gripping the EPS pad and pipes
• Automation depending on the needs and desires of the client.