Wavin 'How to' videos - Low-Build Single Zone Control System Installation

Published:  16 August, 2012

Wavin’s Underfloor Heating (UFH) division – has published four videos detailing the step-by-step installation of UFH manifolds: the system elements that link heating loops and heat sources together. Different manifold types and applications covered are: modular and lightweight composite manifold for multi-circuit installations; single circuit control packs; and, for low build up systems using thinner bore pipe, single zone control systems and small room connection packs.

The single zone control system is used with Thermoboard’s Low-Build 15 product, where the heating area is greater than 6m2 and can be used for either single or multiple circuit installations, up to a maximum of three circuits, heating as a single zone. 

The informative and easy-to-follow guides cover all aspects of the installation from package contents and tools required; through to connection and commissioning. The manifold videos are the first in an upcoming full series from the company which will eventually tackle the entire gamut of UFH installation subjects – whether dealing with control centres (networked or standard) or the comprehensive range of floor product solutions for all applications. The manifold installation videos can be accessed via www.thermoboard.co.uk or YouTube.

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