The AmbiPlate 30 system is designed for use on joisted floor systems, typically for first floor applications.

Before the system is installed, the joist void should be insulated – typically with a mineral wool type insulation, but also commonly with a ‘board’ type insulation supported by battens. In both cases, it is important that the insulation layer is pushed up tight to the underside of the plates to maximise heat output and minimise downward loss. The reflective properties of the aluminium diffuser plates mean that any heat is efficiently pushed up through the sub-floor layers for maximum heat output. The nature of the system means that it has a quicker response that a traditional (screed) UFH system.

System Overview
  • Heat Output Up to 75w/m2
  • Designed for Joisted Floors
  • No Impact on Floor Build Up
  • Reflective Aluminium means maximum heat transfer
  • Quick response time
AmbiPlate 30 System Datasheet
For more information on the AmbiPlate 30 system, call 01707 649 118
Product Code Quantities Required Component Images
17mm UFH Pipe 41010 6 linear metres per m2 of heated area
Manifold 41320 Depends on heated area - normally approx 1 port per 20m2 of heated area
Manifold Couplings 42200 For 17mm Ambiente pipe
Isolating Ball Valves 42050 1 pair (sold in pairs) per manifold
Manifold Tag 46755 1 per manifold
Pipe bends 41050 2 per port (used to form a neat bend in the pipe beneath the manifold)
Pumpset/blender unit 41434 1 per manifold
Aluminium diffuser Plate 44520 Allow 2.2 plates per m2 of heated area
Clout Nails (25mm) 41501 Allow one bag per 50m2 total area

Please note that the above quantities are only guides, and not intended to cover every situation. Factors such as the heat source, heat loss and other parameters will affect the quantities of some products required.

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