PRODUCT DESCRIPTION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The product consists of the power supply, the heat exchanger, and regulator (thermostat).
The power supply is delivered in a steel housing, protected against corrosion and the usual physical loads. It is usually installed under the plaster, close to the electrical cabinet. The only thing visible is the cover.
The heat exchanger consists of aluminium strips, 6, 8, 12, or 17 cm wide, and 0.2 mm thick. They are installed under or on top of screen in the floor, or under plaster panels or plaster in the walls, and powered with a low-voltage electricity (from 3 V to 48 V).
Heating strips can be installed on top of existing flooring.
Dimensioning of power
The power of the power supply unit is determined by the heat losses of the space it covers.
The dimensions of the heating tapes depend on the desired specific heat output (W/m2) of heating.
The specific heat emission is limited by the recommended floor temperature in individual rooms. This amounts to:
23-28° C for living spaces (specific heat emission 30-80W/m2)
28-32° C for bathrooms or edge zones along external walls or under glass surfaces (specific heat emission 80-120 W/m2)
For heating open spaces or surfaces (terraces, balconies, driveways) we install
If the heat losses of the closed ones require a higher specific power than recommended, it can be replaced with a wall design or by redirecting it to passive floor surfaces.
Settings are entered using a digital, adjustable room thermostat for each room separately. Remote management is also available.
I-ECO heating – technical data
|Heat exchanger||insulated Al strips|
|Power supply||3–48 V (optional connection to alternative energy sources)|
|Heating floor coverage||up to 80%|
|Specific power||by calculation or optional|
|Floor temperature||23–28°C, bathrooms 32°C (or optional)|
|System power supply||220–230 V, 50–60 Hz|
|Maximum power consumption||12 A|
|Settings||by room, stationary or remote|
|Protection||OF, F1 + F2, soft-start|
|Heat exchanger protection||chemical, physical|
|Warranty period||20 years for heating strips, 7 years for electronic circuitry|
|Installation||floor, wall, or combined|
|Screed||wet or dry|
|Issued by:||SIQ, Slovenian Institute of Quality and Metrology
Tržaška cesta 2, SI–1000 Ljubljana
The heating tapes are usually laid under the screeds. on insulation, but no less effective if they are laid on screeds or under floor coverings. The soil level is raised only by 0.4mm.
Although it may sound strange, we also put the straps on existing floor coverings (mobile version). The only condition is that they are covered with something due to the visual effect. You can use anything: warm floor, laminate, rubber, carpet, plasterboard, artificial grass, etc. Of course you can also use ceramics or stone, if the existing flooring permits.
Therefore, the heating tapes allow dry and wet screeds and all types of floor coverings. You will be warmed up wherever you place them.
In the case of wall mounting, mounting options are unlimited. The tapes can be placed under or above the plaster. It is only important that there is a heat seal for heating bodies (from the outside or inside the wall), otherwise heat will emerge.
When adapting to the wall, we usually place a layer of insulation, fixing the heating strips to it (up to 180-200 cm) and covering them all with plasterboards. If the walls are too guilty of such an intervention, we align them with Al-profiles. In any case, the procedure is not too demanding. With a little effort, you can get heating equivalent to the floor.
A ceiling design is also possible.
Usually it is installed in the wall, so that after the installation, only the cover is visible. assemblies and thermostats, but different solutions are also possible. Housing dimensions are 22x35x10 or 35x35x10. There is no need to install an electronic assembly or assemblies in a room that is heated. Users are most often choosing to install in the hallway. In other rooms, only the thermostats are left.
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