Electric Underfloor Heating
Heating film, or heating foil, also referred to as carbon heating film, is a high-quality infrared heating product used in modern underfloor heating for ceiling, wall, conservatories or greenhouse etc. The infrared heating consumes 30% less electric energy than electric heating and over 50% less energy than conventional heating systems like oil boiler.
Compared to other electric heating systems, the energy from heating film converts into infrared rays without any energy waste. It consists of two copper strips, which works as the electrical power conductor. Due to its parallel structure our heating film lets you to heat the whole house efficiently and evenly.
Our heating film not only provides cozy warmth, prevents germ or mold growth, but also its healthy infrared ray is a gentle boost for your immune system. It is perfect for rooms with children, senior citizens and patients.
Easy Do It Yourself Install
Use highly-efficient conductive ink technology
Consumes up to 50% less energy than traditional heating systems
Compatible with many floor materials
Extremely thin & durable
Disperses an evenly consistent heat
Low warm-up time
Operating voltage: 220-240 volts
Max. power consumption: 220Watt
Material: Carbon Fiber
Film width: 100cm
Active heating area: 95,5cm
Heating area per m²: 74%
IR wavelength: 7-14 micrometer
Temperature resistance: up to 80 ° C
Max. film length: 12 meters one roll
Length cuttable: Yes, every 25cm
Material thickness: 0.366 mm
Insulation: 2-ply, 1-fold insulated
Application: ceiling heating, wall heating, for conservatories, greenhouse (to promotes growth), rearing in animal husbandry, and open space heating for outdoor use or individual projects
Refer to Floor Manufacturer's specifications for compatibility of our heating film to your floor type or contact us at email@example.com before installation.
Please refer to a qualified electrician for the installation of electrical heating system. For safe installation a 30mA RCD(residual current device) is required. Please connect the heater to a thermostat with a junction box.