Capillary Tube System as Underfloor Heating in Dry Wall

Underfloor heating in dry wall


Installation. The installing of the capillary tube underfloor heating within dry wall is a popular and quick type of installation in old and new buildings. It is possible to apply the heating under dry screed or also directly under self-sustaining parquet or floor boards. The mats are designed in measurements so that they can be rolled out between the supporting beams above the insulation. The mats are then found on the underside of the screed or wood board and transfer heat directly. 


Advantage over thick tube meanders in dry wall:

installation height is lower;

no heat conduction plates necessary;

even temperature dissipation;

quick installation;

lower system temperature for the same capacity;

parquet floor heating,

hypoallergenic heating 


Technical Data  

Capacity heating / cooling:

Capacity heating / cooling: set for heat requirement / cooling requirement with the corresponding most energy efficient flow temperatures          

Mat installation height: 4.5 mm  

Element installation height: coverage at least 22 mm (self-supporting parquet or floor boarding or dry screed)  

Material flooring: all underfloor heating materials but also underfloor heating sensitive wood

COP plus (performance number increase heat pump/heating): Heat pump producer should adjust to allow for the improved performance number (COP) of W30, W28 or W26 depending on the project.

COP plus (performance number increase heat pump/cooling): complimentary cooling by connecting to wells or probes is possible. For surface collector or air-water heat pump make enquiries at your heat pump producer as to W16.

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