17/5 Gold Heating Mat 100Watt/m² 1-10m²

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Electric Undertile Heating Mat

The 17/5 underfloor heating mat is popular for its polypropylene sheath, which distributes heat more evenly. The flat geometry of 17mm wide cable, allowing it to heat 5 times faster than traditional heating cables. In addition, the loop distance of mere 5cm ensures a consistent and rapid heating.

The multilayered flat heating cable is fixed on a fiberglass mesh net, which simplifies installation and helps stabilization. The 17/5 GOLD heating mat is protected by a gold-colored polyimide jacket. This has very high thermal conductivity, resistance to chemical agents and fire resistance.

Features
complete sheathing with aluminum earth shield
consistent surface temperature
no electromagnetic radiation
flexible, robust, long service life
Homogeneous energy distribution
Cost and energy saving
low investment costs
PTFE (Teflon) insulation
chemical resistant
quick warm-up time
PVC protective jacket
self-adhesive
maintenance-free

Advantages
17mm wide heating cable
grounded over the entire length
self-adhesive fiberglass mesh
absolutely no electromagnetic radiation
up to 5x larger heat transfer surface
dielectric strength
chemical robustness
Made in Europe

Installation
directly over tile cement
self-leveling mortar
in stucco / grout
anhydrite floor

Specifications
Operating voltage: 230VAC
Max. Power consumption: 100 watts / m²
Max. Operating temperature: 80 ° C
Min. Operating temperature: -10 ° C
Mat width: 50cm
IP protection: IPX7
Cable diameter: 17mm flat cable
Loop distance: 5.0cm
Length connecting cable: 4.5m
Protective measure: FI circuit breaker 30mA

Suggestions
17/5 Heating Mats must be operated through a thermostat. The threshold temperature of this thermostat should be at least 30° C.
 

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