Yes, this has the following functions:
compensate for unevenness
Impact sound reduction
the blasting of the infrared rays upwards
Facilitates the installation where the cables and connectors can be recessed / recessed.
The carbon heating foil is on the rise. That's why there are currently the low-voltage variants 12/24/36/42 / 48V and the 230V version for our power grid on the market. There are two principles to the structure, the striped version and the full-surface version.
The most common width of the heating tracks are 50,80 and 100cm but also 25, 30, 43, 60 etc. are in circulation.
The power consumption is mainly given for one m².
We carry the carbon heating foil in 220.127.116.11.220.400.500 watts per m².
The infrared heating foil can be laid as a full-fledged heater on the entire floor * or on the ceiling.
* Only under furnishings that are at least 7cm above the floor. Such as. A bed on feet / stilts. ONLY the full-surface carbon heating foil may be laid under fixed furnishings.
The infrared heating foil is mainly installed as a supplement to the existing heating system in order to use the pleasant infrared heat in certain areas.
Use a laminated / reflective 3-5mm thick isolation board for laminate and click parquet. For vinyl, you need another isolation board that keeps the vinyl / design flooring from slipping apart.
Here the manufacturer information is to be considered.
For wood or laminate flooring, as well as for carpet flooring, we recommend a maximum output of 130W / m2.
For installation under concrete or tiles, a power of 160 / 220W / m2 can be used.
Other factors such as room size, insulation and the number of external walls must be taken into account.
The warm-up time of the floor depends on:
- material of the soil
- concrete or wood
- choice of sound insulation 2mm / 5mm
- performance of the infrared heating foil.
Thus, the warm-up time can be from a few minutes to an hour.