Solid Screed Floors

Komfort 200 Grid The Komfort 200 System is designed to be used with screed floors; the Komfort pipe is fitted to the insulation by using plastic staples to secure the pipework in place. The Komfort pipe can be ran at variable centres, depending on flow temperature and heat loss requirements. The Komfort 200 System is easy and quick to install. The Komfort underfloor heating pipe is European made, 5 layer Oxygen Barrier pipe (integral barrier), it has a pressure specification of 90° Celsius 6 bar DIN 4721-4726 SKZ.

Insulation, Vapour Barrier & Expansion Strip.

We recommend using Poly-Urethane insulation (such as Kingspan, Celotex, Sterling board, etc.) This is simply laid on top of the sub floor. The thickness of insulation will depend on building regulations in your area. The thicker the insulation the better your underfloor heating system will work, you will only buy the insulation once. A vapour barrier should be laid on top of the insulation, all joints in the vapour barrier should be taped together, and the vapour barrier must have an up stand around the perimeter of the room. Behind this up stand an expansion strip must be laid which allows for the expansion and contraction of the floor when heating and cooling. The up stand is the fixed to the wall.

Screed

Liquid screeds are becoming more and more popular on major construction projects as they are perceived to be quick drying and can be installed up to 10 times faster than conventional sand/cement screeds. Reducing the thickness which allows drying out time quicker and the heating can be commissioned earlier. With the thinner floor the heating is more responsive and can heat up approx 20% faster and in turn offering you a reduced running costs and giving savings, also a thinner floor can give a higher heat output rather than a thicker floor. Screed Thickness 50mm The solid floor can be finished with tiles, flagstones, slate, wooden floor, vinyl, resin coating and various carpet finishes. Komfort 300

The Komfort 300 System is designed to be used with screed floors; the Komfort pipe is fitted into a rail, securing the pipe in position ready for and during screeding. The Komfort pipe can be ran at variable centres, depending on flow temperature and heat loss requirements. The Komfort 300 System is easy and quick to install. The Komfort underfloor heating pipe is European made, 5 layer Oxygen Barrier pipe (integral barrier), it has a pressure specification of 90° Celsius 6 bar DIN 4721-4726 SKZ

Insulation, Vapour Barrier & Expansion Strip.

We recommend using Poly-Urethane insulation (such as Kingspan, Celotex, Sterling board, etc.) This is simply laid on top of the sub floor. The thickness of insulation will depend on building regulations in your area. The thicker the insulation the better your underfloor heating system will work, you will only buy the insulation once. A vapour barrier should be laid on top of the insulation, all joints in the vapour barrier should be taped together, and the vapour barrier must have an up stand around the perimeter of the room. Behind this up stand an expansion strip must be laid which allows for the expansion and contraction of the floor when heating and cooling. The up stand is fixed to the wall.

Screed

Liquid screeds are becoming more and more popular on major construction projects as they are perceived to be quick drying and can be installed up to 10 times faster than conventional sand/cement screeds. Reducing the thickness which allows drying out time quicker and the heating can be commissioned earlier. With the thinner floor the heating is more responsive and can heat up approx 20% faster and in turn offering you a reduced running costs and giving savings, also a thinner floor can give a higher heat output rather than a thicker floor. Screed thickness 50mm. The solid floor can be finished with tiles, flagstones, slate, wooden floor, vinyl, resin coating and various carpet finishes.

The underfloor heating systems below  are ideal for both Renovations and New-build where there is limited build height available.

The Komfort 250 System is designed to be used with screed floors offering the advantage komfort 250of a low build up height of only 27mm; The Komfort pipe is fitted within the system floor panel at pre-determined pipe centres. The Komfort 250 System is easy and quick to install. The Komfort underfloor heating pipe is European made, 5 layer Oxygen Barrier pipe (integral barrier), it has a pressure specification of 90° Celsius 6 bar DIN 4721-4726 SKZ                                   

 

Insulation, Vapour Barrier & Expansion Strip.

We recommend using Poly-Urethane insulation (such as Kingspan,Celotex,Sterling board, etc.) This is simply laid on top of the sub floor. The thickness of insulation will depend on building regulations in your area. The thicker the insulation the better your underfloor heating system will work, you will only buy the insulation once. A vapour barrier should be laid on top of the insulation, all joints in the vapour barrier should be taped together, and the vapour barrier must have an up stand around the perimeter of the room. Behind this up stand an expansion strip must be laid which allows for the expansion and contraction of the floor when heating and cooling. The up stand is the fixed to the wall.

Screed Liquid screeds are becoming more and more popular on major construction projects as they are perceived to be quick drying and can be installed up to 10 times faster than conventional sand/cement screeds. Reducing the thickness which allows drying out time quicker and the heating can be commissioned earlier. With the thinner floor the heating is more responsive and can heat up approx 20% faster and in turn offering you a reduced running costs and giving savings, also a thinner floor can give a higher heat output rather than a thicker floor. The solid floor can be finished with tiles, flagstones, slate, wooden floor, vinyl, resin coating and various carpet finishes. EcoStream 10 Screed

EcoStream 10 System is a low build height system, where the underfloor heating pipes are encapsulated within a 10mm high steel panel, this system offers the benefit of only being 15mm high  including the screed. With such a low build height together with the steel panels it offers a quick response time of on 9-10 minutes from start up (tested by Leipzig University). This system works well with the low temperatures of Heat Pumps.

Barrier & Expansion Strip.

We recommend using Poly-Urethane insulation (such as Kingspan, Celotex, Sterling board, etc.) This is simply laid on top of the sub floor. The thickness of insulation will depend on building regulations in your area. The thicker the insulation the better your underfloor heating system will work, you will only buy the insulation once. A vapour barrier should be laid on top of the insulation, all joints in the vapour barrier should be taped together, and the vapour barrier must have an up stand around the perimeter of the room. Behind this up stand an expansion strip must be laid which allows for the expansion and contraction of the floor when heating and cooling. The up stand is the fixed to the wall.

Ecostream 20 EcoStream20 System is a low build height system, where the underfloor heating pipes are encapsulated within a 20mm high steel panel, this system offers the benefit of only being 25mm high  including the screed. With such a low build height together with the steel panels it offers a quick response time This system works well with the low temperatures of Heat Pumps.

 

Barrier & Expansion Strip.

We recommend using Poly-Urethane insulation (such as Kingspan, Celotex, Sterling board, etc.) This is simply laid on top of the sub floor. The thickness of insulation will depend on building regulations in your area. The thicker the insulation the better your underfloor heating system will work, you will only buy the insulation once. A vapour barrier should be laid on top of the insulation, all joints in the vapour barrier should be taped together, and the vapour barrier must have an up stand around the perimeter of the room. Behind this up stand an expansion strip must be laid which allows for the expansion and contraction of the floor when heating and cooling. The up stand is the fixed to the wall.