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ELECTRIC HEATING CABLES
FOR INTERIOR USE IN
THERMA-FLOOR®, MORTAR BEDS, OR CONCRETE
INSTALLATION SUMMARY REFER TO MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS.

Warm Floor Rough in Kit
  • 4"x4" Box with vertical plaster ring mounted approximately 60" above the floor. This box will also house the thermostat and electricians power supply.
  • Blue ENT tube with 3/4" connector ran to floor for future cold lead chase. Tube is normally cutoff at drywall surface.
  • Opaque sensor tube is fastened to ENT cold lead tube for termination in floor mass. Position the sensor tube near the heating cable. Normal placement is approximately 24" from wall.
  • Fasteners and ties are provided.
  • Refer to local code authorities for proper wiring of electrical components.
Pre-Fastened Mesh

(OPTIONAL WITH KIT)
1. Rough in kit is provided for your standard installation.
2. Customers drawing of coverage area with notation of rough-in placement is provided to our shop as pattern for our fastening of element to a thin plastic mesh. This assembly is approx. 1/4" high.
3. Mesh with pre-attached element is shipped to site for placement on floor. Cold leads are ran up pipe chase to thermostat and sensor tube is attached. Point attachments may re required.

Element Encapsulation

 

THIN SET

MORTAR BED OR CONCRETE

THERMA-FLOOR®

 

Sizing a room for the Warm Floor Kit:
Step 1. Multiply the room length by the room width to determine total square footage.
Step 2. Subtract the areas under cabinets, 6" from wall perimeters, and other areas where cables won’t be installed.
Note: The National Electrical Code does not allow electric heating cables to be spaced closer than 1 inch, in closets or under cabinetry. (See National Electrical Code, Article 424-44)
Step 3. Refer to square foot coverage of surface area for warm floor kit selection.
 

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