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Creating responsive underfloor heating

The integrated thermal break fleece on the underside of the uncoupling membrane Schlüter DITRA-HEAT-TB pushes 80% of the heat to the surface for up to 70% faster response time

In association with

Schlüter's unique system for under tile and stone heating for wall and floors with uncoupling, crack-bridging and waterproofing properties DITRA-HEAT-E has been updated with DITRA-HEAT-TB matting.

The revolutionary new Schlüter DITRA-HEAT-TB mat has an integrated thermal break that reduces heat loss into the screed and sub floor, and benefits from up to 70% quicker warm-up time on concrete than other electric underfloor heating.

Schlüter DITRA-HEAT-E can also be used in wetrooms, bathrooms, en-suites and shower-rooms. Under wall or underfloor heating, as a source of heat, can be an extremely beneficial method of ensuring efficient heating, effective moisture management, preventing mould and fungus by drying out any residual moisture, and in addition to providing comfort, while maximising space.

Host the RIBA approved CPD seminar on ‘Modular Underfloor Heating Systems for Tile and Stone Coverings’ at your architectural practice. Through this CPD, gain the knowledge of how to specify a modular underfloor heating system to help to protect tile and natural stone floor coverings from cracking, splitting, tenting and debonding and explore the theory behind modular screed systems.

For priority bookings quote RIBAUFH09. Schlüter-Systems has NBS Clauses and BIM Objects available on NBS Plus, National BIM Library and at www.schluter.co.uk.

For more information and technical support visit: www.trainedwithschluter.co.uk

 

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01530 813396 


 

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