New year, new products for the Schlüter®-DITRA-HEAT range

A popular electrical underfloor heating system from market leading manufacturer Schlüter-Systems has been enhanced with exciting new features in its range.

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Schlüter®-DITRA-HEAT has become popular with specifers, installers and homeowners as the perfect all-in-one integrated solution for use under tiles and natural stone flooring.

The product provides time saving benefits when it comes to both installation and heat reaction time and its overall assembly uses less material therefore resulting in a lower overall height.  Schlüter®-DITRA-HEAT does all of this as well as provide 5 other key features, uncoupling, crack bridging, CE marked waterproofing, vapour pressure equalisation and load distribution; ensuring tile and stone coverings stay crack-free and as good as the day they were installed.

Its unique studded uncoupling membrane and loose cabling make it an installer’s dream, providing variation in size and layout plus extensive time saving benefits; whilst its low assembly height, of just 5.5mm, makes it versatile enough to suit any project including renovation, refurbishment and new build – it’s even suitable for installation over problematic substrates.

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And now the system benefits from even more flexibility thanks to a new feature rich touchscreen digital thermostat launched this year which allows the end user to have control over individual room temperatures.

The digital thermostat Schlüter®-DITRA-HEAT-E-R includes full touchscreen technology and provides two floor sensors, with the option of air temperature, ensuring climate control is balanced at all times and at only 5.5 x 5.5cm, blends easily into its environment. The thermostat comes ready to run straight from the box.

The latest products are available from Schlüter-Systems stockists. For more information visit www.ditraheat.co.uk and for your nearest stockist contact us on 01530 813396 or sales@schluter.co.uk


 

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