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I am considering your product for use in my garden room. The building is constructed using Structural insulated panels on walls, roof & floor. Is the underfloor heating foil suitable for installation directly onto OSB sheet of the SIP Panel floor? Or is additional

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Is this system compatible with a Nest 3rd Gen (UK) Thermostat using a Heat link.
If so can you confirm the recommended installation and wiring set up

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The foil system is 600mm wide and it can be cut lengh ways every 200mm at a set point indicated on the foil
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I'm installing in a garden room onto OSB floor. There is 60mm insulation in the floor frame. Is the 6mm insulation plate still required as there is already insulation below the OSB?

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I'm laying 14mm thick click install engineered board in my kitchen, it's not 100% waterproof but can withstand spills. Can I lay this underneath it? If so, should I avoid laying it under the area near the kitchen sink? Or put matting above the flooring near the sink to protect it, and the foil underneath?

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Hi,
I'm doing a garage / gym conversion. I will be screeding the floor and laying a 4mm rubber gym flooring. Could you please advise if your heating foil electric underfloor heating product is compatible, and can the rubber floor be laid directly on to the heat mat? Also, what would you recommend as an insulation on the screed?
Many thanks.
Kris

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Can you confirm the testing calculations for the wattages and how they should compare as its not clear in the instructions.

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For a smaller room space

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Such as Quick Step Livyn (underfloor heating compatible)

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Could you please provide some examples, or links to a specific product on Amazon etc? Your description is not specific, if I try to google for "Age resistant Polyethylene film 0.2 mm" it is not giving any meaningful results, therefore more clarity is required from your end. Thanks

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Yes, the system is designed to be cut every 20cm, if required.
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Yes, the foil is an extremely flexible and modular system, and can easily be adapted for different sized areas. The only restriction is the 16 amp rating of the thermostat.
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No, the foil is currently only approved for use within dry areas, such as kitchens, bedrooms and living areas.
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These days laminate flooring tend to be approved for use with electric underfloor heating, but we always recommend you check with the flooring manufacturer prior to purchase



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