DEVIcomfort 150W/m2 DTIR-150 1.5m2 225W Underfloor Heating Mat
1.5sqm 150watt per sqm heating mat for concrete floors 0.5m wide and 3m long.
DEVIcomfort for Concrete Floors is a thin heating mat specifically designed to be installed within a tile adhesive layer. It evenly warms the floor surface eliminating the cold chill associated with hard floor surfaces. It is ideal for tiles on a concrete floor or parquet on concrete, and can be installed beneath other surfaces such as laminated floors and vinyl.
DEVIcomfort is a prefabricated, self adhesive mat with a thin heating cable ready mounted, all within 3mm thickness. It is an open mesh design allowing the tile adhesive to bond to an existing floor.
The mats are available in a range of sizes from 1-12 square metres. Each mat is 0.5 metres wide. For example, a 5 square metre mat is 0.5m wide and 10m long.
The heat output of this product can be regulated using a controller. Generally only one controller is needed for this product, however, for larger areas, one controller per 23m2 should be used.
There is a choice of wall mounted thermostats, with the most popular being the Devireg Touch.
This product can be used for Bathrooms/En-Suites and Kitchens. In fact, this system can be used in any room as long as the heating mat is covered by a flexible tile adhesive/self-levelling compound.
The luxury of a comfortable warm tiled floor, high standard of comfort, provides even heat across the floor surface, economical, no significant floor height increase, simple to install, guaranteed for 20 years, and gives you a dry floor with no mould.
|Cable construction||Twin conductor|
|Mat Length||3 m|
|Mat Type||Concrete Base|
|Mat Width||0.5 m|
|Model||DEVIcomfort 150w/m² 1.5m²|
|No. of Mats||1|
|Rated Voltage||230 V|
|Thermostat Choice||Mat Only|
|Thickness||3.0 - 3.5 mm|
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