Note: For guide purposes only; use manufacturers instructions
(supplied) when installing.
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Heatmiser PRT manufacturers instructions
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Aube TH132 manufacturers instructions
From 1st January 2005 Installations must comply with Part P Electrical Safety regulations click here for details.
The thermostat sensor must be positioned centrally between the
cable loops as shown.
Heating Floor Discount by Guide Installation Thermostat>
It is highly recommended that you use the conduit supplied for
the sensor so that in the event that the sensor should need to be
replaced; it can be achieved without disturbing the floor.
The location of the thermostat is your choice but it makes sense
to locate it as near to the electricity supply as possible and is
normally in the room being heated. Note for wet areas (e.g. bathroom)
it must be outside of the room.
Connect via a fused spur or use a dedicated supply with its own
RCD (consult your electrician). The thermostat sensor must
be positioned between cable loops so measure where this will be
and cut a channel approximately 10mm x 10mm deep and 300mm long
in the insulation to locate the flexible floor probe conduit in.
The thermostat is rated at 16amps and will control a maximum heated
area of 3680 watts.
It is highly recommended that you connect your system via a fused
spur (to isolate the system for future maintenance) and/or a safety
contact breaker (RCD); an electrician will be able to advise you.
he electrician should affix a suitable
advisory warning notice on the electricity distribution box
and complete the attached certificate which must be retained to
serve as part of the guarantee requirement.
Before switching on the underfloor heating allow a minimum of
3 days for natural drying of the tile adhesive and grout. It is
recommended that you gradually increase the operating time of the
system over the first week from 1 hour, increasing by a further
1 hour per day to full continuous use.