In this underfloor heating system the pipe is fitted in a preformed system plate. This is a fast-install system that requires no special tools. The main thing is ensuring the system plate is placed on a completely level surface. There can be only one level of insulation under the plate.
In this underfloor heating system the pipe is held in place by tacker staples. This is a commonly used system for installing underfloor heating over a large surface area. A special tacker is needed for the tacker staples. On average, three tacker staples are needed for every meter of piping. The length of the tacker staple depends on the insulation thickness underneath.
This is an underfloor heating system for low construction heights. It is a lightweight system that is ideal when the load-bearing structure is less strong (such as framed structures).
RENO12 is particularly well suited to low construction heights, during renovations for instance. The pipe is fitted into a preformed gypsum fibreboard. It is important to ensure the gypsum fibreboard is placed on a completely level surface.