IndorTec® THERM

The hot water underfloor heating system

IndorTec® THERM-W


Hot water underfloor heating
The thin-layer dry construction system with a construction height of just 30 mm.

The newly developed and comprehensively tested IndorTec® THERM-W hot water heating system has an attractively low construction height of only 30 mm including insulation. The dry construction system ensures rapid and easy installation, because there is no need for elaborate work with screeds. This saves time and costs.

IndorTec® THERM-W

1. Neo-EPS insulation board, 26 mm thick
2. Aluminium heat-conducting baffle laminated on at the factory
3. Heating pipe in Ω-guide
4. IndorTec® THERM 2E-SK self-adhesive uncoupling mat
6. Tiles/natural stone in a thin layer of mortar

IndorTec® THERM-W

1. Neo-EPS insulation board, 26 mm thick
2. Aluminium heat-conducting baffle laminated on at the factory
3. Heating pipe in Ω-guide
5. IndorTec® THERM TUB 10 dry underfloor element
7. Suitable coverings such as PVC, carpet, linoleum or multi-layered parquet

Substrate/covering

Substrate requirements:

  • Even, pressure resistant, load-bearing, non-flexing and free of substances and surfaces with problem adhesion

Suitable substrates:

  • Rough concrete layers
  • Cement, calcium sulphate, mastic asphalt screeds
  • Wooden substructures

Coverings:

Height of structure including covering:

  • In the system on IndorTec® THERM 2E-SK uncoupling mat

    • Tiles: at least 10 mm thick
    • Natural stone: at least 20 mm thick
    • Minimum format 30 x 30 cm
    • Maximum format 60 x 90 cm

  • In the system on IndorTec® THERM TUB 10 dry underfloor element

    • In combination with suitable coverings such as PVC, carpet, linoleum or multi-layered parquet

     

    • Tiles: from approx. 45 mm
    • Natural stone: from approx. 55 mm
    • Parquet: from approx. 49 mm

Application areas
  • Surfaces in categories A1, A2, A3, B1, D1 according to DIN EN 1991 1-1-1 (e. g. living and recreation rooms, office areas)
  • Fire behaviour in accordance with DIN EN 13501: E