nVent has launched its improved nVent RAYCHEM QuickNet heating mat with enhanced flexibility and new thermostat.
The latest model of the QuickNet heating mat continues to offer quick and easy installation of underfloor heating, now with the addition of an improved adhesive mesh.
The enhanced adhesive bonds cables to sub floors more securely, meaning cables do not require additional fixation or become detached and float above sealant layers.
The QuickNet self-adhesive net band also allows for quicker installation of underfloor heating in irregularly shaped rooms.
With only two cuts to the mesh, cables can be loosened and directed to fit around obstacles. As a result, installers can save valuable time and ensure there are no gaps in floor heating.
Furthermore, nVent RAYCHEM QuickNet-90W/m2 can now be used to provide heat for wood flooring, as well as tiles, parquet and laminate.
The improved QuickNet heating mats are now also compatible with a greater range of thermostats.
This includes the nVent RAYCHEM SENZ thermostat, included with QuickNet-90W/m2 kits, and the nVent RAYCHEM SENZ Wi-Fi enabled thermostat, included in QuickNet-160W/m2 kits.
All thermostats feature sleek, modern designs, and they are energy efficient and fully compliant with the EU’s ECOdesign directive.
This provides welcome reassurance for environmentally-conscious installers, building owners and end users.
It also has a thicker, more durable fibre-glass mesh and a rigid splice solution that provides extra protection for the most fragile parts.
Furthermore, QuickNet heating mats provide a high quality underfloor heating system that offers valuable peace of mind to installers and end users.
In addition, the product now comes in an upgraded packaging format that is more space efficient.
nVent has also expanded the QuickNet standard installation manual to feature additional content such as updated, easy-to-follow instructions and drawings to help make fitting quicker and easier.
All QuickNet mats additionally feature low smoke, zero halogen LSOH outer jacket heating cables, which comply with European standards for building materials safety.
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