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Thermomat 150W 4.0m2 RFM600

£118.28

The Thermomat is easily fitted the matting is rolled out on the floor where it can be cut and turned to fit your required floor area.

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Thermomat 150w 4m2 RFM600
The Thermomat is easily fitted the matting is rolled out on the floor where it can be cut and turned to fit your required floor area. We recommend that a flexible tile adhesive or self levelling compound is chosen and the floor covering is then laid.

FAQ’s:

Which Undertile Heating Systems do I need ?

Heating Mats:
Mats are available in outputs of 150 or 200 w/m² and a large range of sizes allows you to select the ideal underfloor heating system whatever your room dimensions.
Mats carry the heating elements already spaced out and fixed onto a strong fibreglass mesh with a uniform spacing to give evenly distributed heat. The mats are 500mm wide and most installations can be completed in a short time due to the ease of rolling out the matting side by side. Heating elements are thin to provide a low profile in the floor.

150w/m² or greater is suitable for use beneath tile and stone coverings in any room in a well insulated property. 200w/m² underfloor heating mats offer a quicker warm up time than 150w/m² and are suitable for use beneath tile and stone coverings, where they can provide primary heating in most rooms, including conservatories, especially when used in conjunction with a 6mm layer of Jackoboard insulation board prior to installing the heating mat. In rooms with fixed units such as in kitchens and bathrooms we recommend 200w/m².

How do I select the correct heating kit ?
It is important you do not select a mat or cable that is too large for your room. The heating element cannot be cut therefore always select a mat or cable size that is around 10% less than the actual floor area you are heating.
User friendly installation instructions are supplied to ensure the installer has the information required to complete a satisfactory installation compliant with the Regulations. The cold lead power connection is 100% steel armoured for safety and 3 (three) metres long.The length of connection lead is important as it helps the installer, adding extra design flexibility when laying out the mat on the floor, and provides sufficient connection lead to reach the electrical supply position / thermostat.
Be careful ! Avoid mats with shorter connection leads ( 2m or 2.5m) and with no steel armouring. Always check before purchasing.The maximum single mat size is 12m² so for many installations two or more mats will be required. This will make it even more important to ensure you have mats with 3 (three) metres long connections leads in order to make the job easier for the installer.
Can you connect more than 1 mat to a thermostat?
Yes you can, but please observe the following: The maximum single mat size is 12m² so for many installations two or more mats will be required. This will make it even more important to ensure you have mats with 3 (three) metres long connections leads in order to make the job easier for the installer.THERMOMAT is rated at 16 amps and you are advised  to observe this rating and recommend a maximum loading of 3,600 watts can be connected direct to each control. Two or more mats used in the same control zone can be wired together electrically in parallel – to simplify installation make sure the mats have 3 metres long connection leads. Ask your installer as he will understand this important point. Should you wish to control a larger area with a single thermostat and the amperage exceeds the limit of the thermostat a contactor can be supplied to work in conjunction with the thermostat. If in doubt please consult Thermomat for help.
How wide are the mats ?
The mats are 500mm wide and most installations can be completed in a short time due to the ease of rolling out the matting side by side. For example, a 10m² mat would be supplied on a roll 20 metres long. The mat is rolled out across the room, at the end of the room you cut and flip it over and roll back alongside the mat the other way. Heating elements are thin to provide a low profile in the floor. Mats carry the heating elements already spaced out and fixed onto a strong fibreglass mesh with a uniform spacing to give evenly distributed heat.Can a Thermomat heating system be the sole source of heat ?
Yes, they certainly can, but watch out for those older properties with little or no insulation. Each case is different and depends on the ‘u’ values, room size, air movement, volume and position of the room.
What wattage do i need?
150w/m² or greater is suitable for any standard room in a well insulated property.
200w/m² underfloor heating mats offer a quicker warm up time than 150w/m² and are suitable for use beneath tile and stone coverings, where they can provide primary heating in most rooms, including conservatories, especially when used in conjunction with a 6mm layer of Jackoboard insulation board prior to installing the heating mat. In rooms with fixed units such as in kitchens and bathrooms we recommend 200w/m².

 Thermomat UK are not responsible for:

1.  Damage or faults caused by faulty installation, product abuse, the tiling / flooring installation or incorrect application  
2.  Systems that are not installed in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations
3.  Systems without a Warranty Certificate completed at the time of the installation and returned to Thermomat UK or agent within 30 days of purchase
4.  Systems where floor coverings have been damaged, replaced or repaired
5.  Acts of God or other conditions beyond the control of Thermomat UK.  Failure to operate and delays in operation due to the standard of the electrical installation provided for the underfloor heating

 
GUIDANCE NOTES:   

a)   To be covered by the Lifetime Guarantee the product must be registered with Thermomat UK within 30 days of purchase.b)   In the event of a claim proof of purchase will be required. A retail invoice or receipt will be acceptable for this purpose.c)   The heater must have been earthed and protected by a Residual Current Device (RCD) at all timesd)   The cost of repair or replacement is the only remedy under this guarantee that does not affect your statutory rights. Any costs are limited to the direct cost of a repair or replacement  and does not extend to the repair or replacement of the floor covering or floore)   The electrical installation shall be in accordance with the current IEE wiring regulations and the installation must be compliant with Part P of the Building Regulations and the completed Part P certificate retained as proof.f)   Thermomat UK are not in any event liable for incidental or consequential losses, including but not limited to costs associated with utility expenses, trades people or damage to property

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Weight 10 kg
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