Manifolds & Kits
Manifolds are the control hub of wet underfloor heating systems. They manage water flow rates, regulate temperature and control pressure. Wet ufh has a series of pipes that pump water throughout your home which can be laid out in various patterns that create circuits. One circuit is used for each room and we refer to that as a zone. Each zone will connect to its own wet underfloor heating manifold.
Underfloor heating manifolds can control multiple zones at once. This enables each cone to be warmed at different temperatures depending on their use. Usually, zones would refer to individual rooms which can then be controlled by their own thermostat. Manifolds connect the circuits to your heat source such as a boiler or heat pump. They are responsible for circulating the water from your heat source to the pipes. Manifolds can support over 100m metres of pipe, so this makes them ideal for large installations and new builds.
Installing a wet underfloor heating manifold
We would recommend that you use a professional installer to install your system.
Choosing the right manifold
If you are planning to get a wet underfloor heating system or already have one installed, then you will need an underfloor heating manifold that works with your system. The manifold that you will need will depend on the size of your system and how many circuits and zones you have. Element Shop is here to help give you the advice and guidance you need when deciding which system to build and which components to use. Simply contact us on 01473 276686 and one of our expert staff members will be on hand to answer any questions you have.
Why use our manifolds?
- Manual valve for each port
- Adjustable flow meter allows easy balancing
- Manifold pre-assembled on fixing brackets
- Triple seal on pipe connections to eliminate leakage
What other components do I need?
We also keep in stock all the other components you need to complete your heating system such as:
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