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Underfloor heating - In-Slab System
Description

An underfloor heating system for new construction uses Rautitan pipes within the concrete slab The pipe is attached to the steel reinforcing mesh prior to the pouring of the structural slab, which can be tied either with cable or wire ties.  When the system is activated, warm water is circulated through the pipes and the concrete is warmed. The floor retains the heat and evenly distributes the warmth throughout the room.

System Benefits: 

  • Heat retention within the thermal mass
  • Affordable installation option
  • Offers heating and cooling
  • For residential and commercial.
Scope of Use

Suitable for residential and commercial use.

Documents
Data Sheet
Performance Chart (16mm)
Performance Chart (20mm)
Brochure
Product Book

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