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Total – 16

The Warmup Total-16 is perfect for renovation projects and off-plan installations of Underfloor Heating, adding only 16mm to the floor build up.

Total – 16 can be used over either pre-insulated floors, intermediate floors, or those where it is impractical to lay a thicker system.

The Total-16 system is comprised of insulated straight boards, with integrated aluminium plates, multi-feed boards and return boards. These boards are made of a high density EPS and can support 40 tonnes/m².

Once installed, a full selection of floor finishes can be laid over the system, including tiles which can be bonded directly to the system.

The system’s high heat output enables higher heat loss properties to be tackled with confidence and modern developments to operate their heat sources more efficiently at lower water temperatures.

Suitable for

  • New Build
  • Extension
  • Multiple apartment developments
  • New build
  • Renovations & refurbishments
  • Office to residential conversions
  • Raised access flooring
  • Room with height restrictions

 

Contura Floating Floor System

The Warmup Contura Floating Floor System insulates and heats dry construction floating floors.

The Contura system comprises of Warmup heating pipes, preformed insulation boards and diffusion plates. It is used where heating is installed onto a concrete or solid wooden subfloor but where a dry finish is used in place of a standard screed covering.

Floor finishes can be laid immediately over the Contura System unlike screeded floors, which require weeks for the screed to cure and then dry out.

Replacing a traditional screed with thinner and lighter dry flooring panels significantly reduces the heated floor mass. Consequently, the Contura System responds faster to heating demands than traditional screeded systems.

This faster warm up and cool down time is recognised within SAP, with the calculated energy usage reducing as a result.

The reduced system mass also has other benefits, especially for multi-storey developments.

 

The reduction in weight, associated with moving from a screeded floor to a dry floor, can have a significant impact on the structural requirements of a building, leading to cheaper foundations and structural elements throughout the project.

Suitable for

  • New Build
  • Extension
  • Dry floating Floor
  • Multiple apartment developments
  • New build
  • Renovations & refurbishments
  • Office to residential conversions
  • Raised access flooring

 

Tectora Battened & Joisted Floor System

The Warmup Tectora System is designed for use within either battened or suspended timber floors, including TJI and truss joist constructions.
The aluminium diffuser fits perfectly across two battens, or joists at 400mm centres to create responsive heating system.

 

The Tectora Diffuser Plates are ideal for timber floors. There are no wet trades involved and consequently, no waiting for the installation to dry before the floor can be completed. They are lightweight and easy to install, creating a responsive, efficient underfloor heating system with an even heat distribution.

Suitable for

  • New Build
  • Renovation
  • Extension
  • Over battened, suspended floors and joisted floors

 

Econna Battened & Joisted Floor System

The Warmup Econna System is designed for use over both battened and joisted floors, leaving the void between them free for other services.

Econna Joisted Floor System is a composite wood load-bearing slotted 22mm floor with return ends. It is designed to fit on top of standard wood joists of 400mm to 600mm c/c max; this replaces the standard board in the floor construction.

The profiled 22mm thick chipboard panels can be installed over battens or joists with spacing’s of up to 600mm centres in place of a standard floor deck.

Timber floor finishes can be laid directly over the Econna system placing the aluminium diffusers directly underneath the floor finish, allowing significantly cooler water to be used to produce the same heat outputs as alternative systems.

Suitable for

  • New Build
  • Extension
  • Over battened and joisted floors

 

Clypso

The Warmup Clypso System is designed for use within floating screeded floors.

Typically, the pipe which is affixed to the top of an insulation layer is covered with a standard 65mm sand and cement screed and therefore it does not affect the depth of the floor’s construction.

Using thinner, more conductive screeds, such as a 35-45mm anhydrite screed creates a more responsive and higher heat output system.

The System’s simple free form nature allows for great flexibility in system design and installation especially in irregular shaped rooms.

Suitable for

  • New Build
  • Extension
  • Over solid concrete slab
  • Over beam & Block
  • Floors with Height restrictions

 

Forte™ Grid System

The Warmup Forte System is the logical choice for reinforced concrete and screed floors with the pipe tied to the steel reinforcement.

The steel grid enhances the system performance by conducting the heat away from the pipe to create a warmer and more even surface temperature.

The Forte System is quick and simple to install, with the pipe simply zip tied to the reinforcement being used.

Once in place, the pipe is resilient to disruption on site and suitable to receive a power floated concrete floor.

 

Reinforced concrete floors typically have a higher thermal mass than thinner, lighter floating screed floors. This will extend the time the system takes to warm up and cool down, generally making the system better suited to continuous operation.

For intermittently heated spaces, it is worth considering laying a floating screed or dry floor construction.

Suitable for

  • New Build
  • Extension

 

Nexxa Panel System

The Warmup Nexxa Panel System enables the most precise installation of underfloor heating within a floating screeded floor. The  castellation’s securely hold the pipe in place, preventing both horizontal and vertical movement.

Because the Nexxa Panels regularly constrain the pipe, the additional 5mm of screed that is normally required to ensure suitable screed coverage over the pipe is no longer required. This will affect all screeds, but for a calcium sulphate screed, which requires a minimum cover or 25mm over the pipework, this reduces the screed depth by 10%.

The castellation’s themselves further reduce the volume of screed required taking the total reduction to almost 20% using the previous example.

Reducing the volume of screed not only reduces the structural load on the building and the cost of the screed, it also creates a more responsive heating system, reducing an areas heat loss outside of its utilised hours.

Suitable for

  • New Build
  • Extension
  • Renovations
  • Minimal height build up -25mmx
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