Grant UK has launched its first range of underfloor heating which consists of systems to suit both the new build and retrofit markets.
Assisting with designs and supplying all the underfloor pipework and components, Grant UK can now offer complete package solutions to installers.
The wet underfloor heating range includes two systems – Uflex and Uflex MINI. Both systems are easy to install and use the same manifold. Evenly distributing heat upwards into a room, the Uflex and Uflex MINI underfloor systems maintain optimum room temperatures while also helping the heat source, such as an Aerona³ air source heat pump, to work as efficiently as possible.
The Uflex system is embedded within the floor construction and is ideally suited for new builds and extensions. Meanwhile the Uflex MINI system can be installed over an existing floor and is specifically designed to suit retrofits and renovations. Grant’s Uflex MINI system has an incredibly low profile being just 15mm in finished floor height which allows for the underfloor heating installation without requiring significant changes to a room’s infrastructure.
Utilising self-adhesive panels which are compact in size, a self-levelling screed can be laid over the Uflex MINI system which dries in three days, after which the heat source can be introduced. Furthermore, this system does not require overboarding which makes for a simpler installation as the final floor finish can be laid directly on top of the dry screed. The Uflex MINI system is therefore incredibly quick to install and can be completed by a single technician.
Grant Engineering is known for its award-winning heating appliances from condensing oil-fired boilers through to renewable technologies, including biomass boilers and air source heat pumps. And in 2018, it added its first range of emitters with the launch of the Solo Fan Convectors and 2019 will see underfloor heating being added to the product portfolio.
Designed to partner effectively with renewable technologies, Grant’s underfloor heating works alongside their existing product ranges.