SCHLÜTER SYSTEMS - UNDERFLOOR HEATING

UNITS 3-5
BARDON 22
BEVERIDGE LANE
COALVILLE
LEICESTERSHIRE LE67 1TE

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Suppliers of: Underfloor heating systems, wet underfloor heating systems water, underfloor heating manifolds, underfloor heating pipe mats, studded matting for underfloor heating

Schluter-DITRA-HEAT & Schluter-BEKOTEC-THERM Underfloor Heating Systems.

The Schlüter team works closely with distributors, resellers, tiling contractors, architects and specifiers - providing the best customer service available - actively helping to ensure a long lasting, attractive installation. Schlüter’s renowned technical expertise includes advising architects, specifiers and contractors, before they carry out the installation, preventing tomorrow’s problems.

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SCHLUTER-DITRA HEAT ELECTRIC UNDERFLOOR HEATING

Cutting installation time by up to 70%, boasting an extremely low assembly height (5.5mm) and providing one unique underfloor heating system all available from a market leading innovative manufacturer - Schlüter®-DITRA-HEAT-E has arrived!

Schlüter®-DITRA-HEAT-E leaves other conventional systems out in the cold as the perfect all-in-one integrated solution for use under tiles and natural stone flooring.

Ideal for refurbishment and renovation projects thanks to its uncoupling and crack-bridging properties, Schlüter®-DITRA-HEAT-E is unlike anything else available due to its loose heating cables which are fixed down to the uncoupling mat free of tape as a result of its unique studded design. Offering optimum freedom for creating concentrated heating zones, as well as providing uniform spacing without the need for measuring and marking, the new system will dramatically cut installation time by up to 70%.

Time-saving benefits include:

  • Easy press to lay cable – no tape or glue
  • No self-levelling layer or primer laying – time saved on application
  • Loose heating cable - greater flexibility
  • Uniform spacing of every three studs – no measurements
  • Integrated and balanced packages - all from one trusted manufacturer
  • Can be tiled immediately – no waiting time

Its distinct studded look and loose cabling make it an installer’s dream system, providing flexibility in size and layout and extensive time saving benefits. Its low assembly height is also ideally suited for renovation projects and it’s even suitable for installation over problematic substrates. The end result is an underfloor heating system that really does tick all the boxes whether you’re the specifier, installer or the homeowner.”

SCHLUTER-BEKOTEC-THERM HYDRONIC UNDERFLOOR HEATING

Its components may be orange in colour but Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-THERM is definitely green by nature thanks to the distinctive environmental benefits this perfect underfloor heating system possesses.

The unique design of this advanced system from Schlüter-Systems requires a 30% thinner screed, which helps distribute heat faster and with evenness. Its low supply temperature of approximately 30°C, compared to the more conventional 50°C or the 70-90°C in some radiator systems, means Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-THERM is extremely effective both with conventional heat generation methods and regenerative energy sources such as heat pumps or solar panels. Along with night control settings this not only protects the environment even more by saving energy, but also reduces heating bills for the end user.

From a construction perspective Schluter®-BEKOTEC-THERM is quick to install due to less material being used than in other systems; highly durable, with loads in private and commercial buildings up to 5kN/m2; and has proven suitability, with damage free practical application for several years as certified by a number of independent institutes.

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BOARDS Baseboard/Backing Board .See Also CLADDING or RENDER or TILE Backer Boards
CABLES Heating .
CENTRAL HEATING Systems .
CENTRAL HEATING Systems Underfloor
CENTRAL HEATING Systems Underfloor Overlay System
DRY FLOORING SYSTEMS Integral Underfloor Heating .
DRY SCREEDING Floor Systems Integral Underfloor Heating
FLOOR LEVELLING COMPOUNDS For Covering Underfloor Heating .
FLOOR SCREEDS Underfloor Heating Systems .
FLOORING Timber Underfloor Heating Compatible
FLOORS Precast Concrete Underfloor Heating
HEATING CABLES VDE Approved .
HEATING SYSTEMS Wall Surface Heating In-Wall Mounted Systems Electric
INSULATION BOARDS Underfloor Heating .
INSULATION BOARDS Underfloor Heating Battened Floor
INSULATION BOARDS Underfloor Heating Floating Floor
INSULATION BOARDS Underfloor Heating Floor on Floor Over Floor Fitting
INSULATION BOARDS Underfloor Heating Foil Backed
INSULATION BOARDS Underfloor Heating Pre-Grooved
INSULATION BOARDS Underfloor Heating Screeded Floor
INSULATION BOARDS Underfloor Heating Timber Suspended Floor
INSULATION BOARDS Underfloor Heating Warm Water Systems
INSULATION PANELS Underfloor Heating .
INSULATION SHEETS (THIN) Underfloor Heating .
INSULATION SHEETS (THIN) Underfloor Heating Timber Suspended Floor
MANIFOLDS Underfloor Heating .
MEMBRANES Polyethylene Fleece Laminated
MEMBRANES Polyethylene Wall and Floor Heating Cable support
MEMBRANES Uncoupling .
PIPES Underfloor Heating .
PIPES Underfloor Heating BS 7291
PIPES Underfloor Heating DIN 4725
THERMOSTATS . .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Access Flooring .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Accessories .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Acoustic Floor Constructions .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Boards and Panels .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Ceramic Tile .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Chipboard Panel Systems Combined Pipe and Panel
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Commercial Systems .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Commercial Systems Residential Commercial
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Complete Kits Packs
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Components .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Consultancy .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Control Interfaces .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Control Packs .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Controls .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Controls Electric Systems
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Controls Zone Control Systems
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Design and Installation .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Domestic Systems .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Dry Timber Construction .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Electric Systems .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Electric Systems Cable
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Floating Floors .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Flooring Systems Floating Floor Constructions
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Flooring Systems Suspended Floor Constructions
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Foiled Polystyrene .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Geothermal Energy Sources Ground Energy Heat Sources
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Heat Pump Combined .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Hydronic Systems .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Industrial Systems .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Insulated .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Lightweight .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Load Bearing Systems .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Load Bearing Systems Load Classes A1, A2 and C
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Low Temperature Water .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Manifolds .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Modular Polystyrene .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Overlay Systems .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Pipes See Also PIPES: Underfloor Heating
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Plywood Panel Combined Pipe and Panel
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Pocketed Polystyrene .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Pocketed Polystyrene Plate Pocketed Polystyrene
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Raised Access Floors .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Screed Studded Panel .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Screeded Floors .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Solar Energy Sources .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Solar Powered .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Solid Floor Constructions .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Structural Concrete Floors .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Structural Floors .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Suspended Floors .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Systems .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Systems DIN 4726 .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Thermal Insulation .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Thermostats .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Tile Backer Boards Insulated
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Timber Batten Floors .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Timber Batten Floors Acoustic
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Timber Flooring .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Timber Joists .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Water Distribution .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Wet Systems .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Wiring and Control Centres .
UNDERFLOOR HEATING Zonal Regulation Units .
WALL Heating See UNDERFLOOR HEATING Electric Systems
BEKOTEC THERM Underfloor Heating Systems
BEKOTEC-DPS Lightweight Floor Screeds
BEKOTEC-DRAIN Flooring System for Underfloor Heating
BEKOTHERM Underfloor Heating Systems
DITRA-DRAIN Flooring System for Underfloor Heating
DITRA-HEAT Insulation Mats
DITRA-SOUND-RSK Insulation
ER/C CONTROL Underfloor Heating Thermostats
ER/K COMFORT Underfloor Heating Thermostats
ER/S STANDARD Underfloor Heating Thermostats
KERDI-BOARD Underfloor Heating Insulation
KERDI-COLL Adhesives
KERDI-DRAIN Floor Drains
KERDI-FIX Primer
KERDI-KEBA Tape
KERDI-LINE Floor Drains
SCHLUTER-DITRA-HEAT Underfloor Heating Systems

It´s a Gem of a System for Moonstone

April 2018

The revolutionary, award-winning underfloor heating system Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-THERM was the natural choice for one of the UK’s greenest self-build projects.

John Croft has installed Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-THERM under all 1,470 square metres of flooring at his luxury eco-house in the Cotswolds. And to uncouple the Jerusalem Gold stone tiles from the Cemex Supaflo anhydrite screed, the Schlüter®-DITRA uncoupling membrane was specified.

Known as The Moonstone Project, the unique multi-level six-bedroom house, which includes an indoor swimming pool, gym, cinema and games room, is a model of eco-efficiency, which is why the energy saving aspects of Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-THERM were so important. And as the system incorporates the uncoupling membrane and a modular screed, it also protects the stone tiles.

Many ceramic and stone tile installers have become wary of fixing over heated screeds because of problems experienced in the past with tiles cracking, splitting and debonding. This is caused by the screed and tiles expanding and contracting at different rates due to their different heat expansion co-efficients during temperature changes. However, Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-THERM is an energy-efficient and quick-reacting modular assembly system which overcomes this long-standing problem with the formation of micro-fine cracks that eliminate stress build-up due to shrinkage during the curing of the screed.

As soon as the screed can be walked on, the Schlüter®-DITRA uncoupling membrane is bonded to it, and the stone or ceramic covering is then installed onto the membrane.

And because the whole assembly has a low construction height, the screed mass to be heated is comparatively small, meaning the radiant heated floor is easily regulated and can be operated with low supply temperatures, giving reduced fuel costs. A thin layer of conventional screed – anhydrite, in the case of The Moonstone Project -- covers the studs and pipes by a minimum of 8mm and up to a maximum of 25mm, depending on the type of installation, so in some cases just five degrees is lost between the heat pipe and the surface.

All of which means that Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-THERM was the absolute right specification for Moonstone. Because 80% of the house’s energy is generated from flat plate solar collectors, with the remainder being generated by a ground source heat pump, the thin screed layer and the resulting lower temperatures needed to heat it, mean the heat pump works more efficiently than with conventional underfloor heating systems. And with 1,470 square metres of flooring to heat, John said it was essential that the temperature is easy to regulate. And there was an added bonus for the heating contractors, who found the entire system quick and simple to install.

Although early architectural work on the house was handled by an architect, John completed the designs himself, and liaised regularly with Schlüter-Systems Ltd regarding the specification for the underfloor heating.

The house in The Moonstone Project has a U value of 0.07, giving it a passivhaus rating. This means that in theory, the building is so well insulated that the heat given off by the people inside would be enough to heat it. The house has, on average, around 0.5 metres of insulation incorporated within its walls, floors and roof.

The stone tiles were supplied by Indigenous Tiles, of Burford, Oxfordshire. They have been used internally throughout the whole house, and on three exterior balconies.

Grate News from Schlüter-Systems

October 2017

Grate News from Schlüter-Systems
Further enriching its drain portfolio, Schlüter-Systems showcased three new grate designs at Cersaie 2017, available soon across both its point and linear drains.
With so many options available in the way of tiles, Schlüter recognises that drains are an increasingly important element in creating a cohesive whole for a wetroom. The new designs for Schlüter®-KERDI-DRAIN and Schlüter®-KERDI-LINE —Floral, Curve and Pure—have been developed with current bathroom trends in mind, yet are versatile and neutral enough to stand the test of time.
- Floral: A geometric design with just the right amount of softness, Floral’s uniform pattern makes it equally suitable for wetrooms with a structured industrial or softly textured theme
- Curve: The simple, playful accents of the Curve design translate into grates that are the perfect complement to all manner of trends—from the organic feel of a natural retreat to the clean-cut lines of a reduced geometric wetroom
- Pure: Crisp and minimalist, Pure is a no-fuss, no-frills design that is great to have at hand for its timeless looks
The new grate designs will be available in Schlüter’s ever-popular brushed stainless steel finish. In addition, all of the new grate designs come equipped with a contour frame, making for easy cleaning and a sharp, sleek aesthetic. The linear variants will be available from late October and point variants from late November.

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