Hydronic Slab Heating In a hydronic slab heating system, an optimum efficiency boiler heats water and circulates it through a symmetrically placed network of pipes, made of high quality PE -RT polyethylene, which are concealed in a floor slab.
In-Slab Hydronic Heating (Standard)
Hydronic Slab heating is an unobtrusive, luxurious and efficient form of Hydronic heating. In-Slab Hydronic heating systems are installed using polythene ‘floor circuits’ embedded in the concrete slab. The system is heated with 50°C water from the Hydronic boiler and can be zoned to suit individual requirements.
In-Screed Hydronic Heating (Optional)
In-Screed Hydronic heating is the superior form of Hydronic slab heating. Reduced heat loss and faster reaction times dramatically improve operational running cost. In-Screed Hydronic heating systems are installed using an insulation barrier (polystyrene foam) over the structural concrete slab. The polythene ‘floor circuits’ are then fixed on top of the insulation barrier before a smaller, top layer of screed (concrete) is applied.