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provide packs for floor areas of up to 25 square metres and
up to 40 square metres. Each pack contains all the UFH components
you will need to install into a slab
plus screed floor, so if you intend installing in a different
floor construction you would need extra fixings appropriate
for the floor type.
smaller pack has two circuits from the manifold, and the larger
pack has three circuits. A single pack is best suited to one
open zone up to the size stated because they do not have multiple
thermostats as would be the case for a number of separate rooms.
This helps to keep the cost down.
zone is controlled for both time and temperature via a clockstat
located within the heated zone that operates a motorised valve
and allows water to flow from the boiler to the manifold. The
water entering the manifold is temperature regulated via a manually
operated thermostatic valve, similar to a TRV on a radiator. The
thermostatic valve is adjusted seasonally to suit climatic conditions.
A pump attached to the manifold circulates the water through the
fitting a single zone in conjunction with an existing boiler and
heating system, it is important to connect the flow and return
pipework as shown on the schematic
diagram. You cannot connect a single zone as an extension
of the radiator circuit because the UFH zone must be able to operate
at separate times and temperatures from the radiators, which would
not be possible if the two circuits shared common primary flow
and return pipework.