Rayotec Cable Mat System With WEB-TECH Technology
Rayotec are introducing the new to UK market, German designed, double conductor cable heating mat. The mat is made up of
a shielded twin core cable that is fixed onto a unique fibre web mesh.
The advantages of this system include:
No sticky primer required for tiled floors
The WEB-TECH Adhesive Technology of the mesh means that in most cases a primer will not be required under tiled floor. The
heating mesh simply holds itself to the insulation with a small amount of duck tape (150W/m2 only). Ultra thin
The heating cable is a mere 4mm, so you can tile directly on top of it with a thin layer of flexible tile adhesive.
Great things come in small packages, this thin cable has a powerful output of approximately 150W/m2- enough to provide primary
heating in most rooms that are up to building regulations.
The cables are fixed on to the mesh at fixed spacing's, so there is no need for constant adjustment and time consuming laying.
The compliance with all necessary requirements is approved by appropriate certificates:
One mat can cover up to 14m2, which means in most rooms there will be only one or two mats that will need to be wired into
16 year Manufacturers Warranty
The Manufacturers of this fantastic cable mat system have installed underfloor heating systems in excess of 2,500,000 worldwide.
* Primer may be required if floor is not completely clean and free of loose debris.
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This only a guideline. Always read and follow the instructions of the self levelling compound and flooring manufacturer.
If you are having an Amtico ,Karden or any kind of stuck down flooring then you will have to cover the heating mat with a
flexible self-levelling compound. It is vitally important to make sure that the electric underfloor heating mat is as
flat as possible to reduce the amount of self-levelling compound you need to use.
The floor must be very clean before laying the mats and use underfloor heating cloth tape to tape down the edges for the
flattest possible finish.
The thickness of the self-levelling used differs depending on the brand but should be at least 3mm from the top of the heating