AmbiClip

The AmbiClip system is one of the most common underfloor heating systems providing a quick, flexible and effective form of heating within a screeded floor buildup.

 

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The AmbiClip system is one of the most common underfloor heating systems providing a quick, flexible and effective form of heating within a screeded floor buildup.

 

  • Heat Output Up to 100w/m2
  • Designed for new-build solid floors
  • Flexible pipe layout
  • Quick and efficient installation
Download Spec Sheet
Component Product Code Quantities Required
17mm UFH Pipe Code 41010 6 linear metres per m2 of heated area
Manifold Code 41320 Depends on heated area - normally approx 1 port per 20m2 of heated area.
Manifold Couplings Code 42200 For 17mm Ambiente pipe
Isolating Ball Valves Code 42050 1 pair (sold in pairs) per manifold
Manifold Tag Code 46755 1 per manifold
Pumpset/blender unit Code 41437 1 per manifold
Pipe bends Code 41050 2 per port (used to form a neat bend in the pipe beneath the manifold)
Cliprails Code 41450 1 cliprail per m2 of heated area
Cliprail Clips Code 41505 Approx. 6 clips per m2 of heated area
Border Edge Insulation Code 41620 1 roll per 50m2 of total floor area

The AmbiClip system is one of the most common underfloor heating systems providing a quick, flexible and effective form of heating within a screeded floor buildup.

 

Edge and floor insulation is installed over the subfloor on to which cliprails are then fixed to by both the adhesive backing strip and barbed staples (where insulation is not supplied, checks should be made to ensure that the insulation is compatible with the cliprail system).

 

Once the cliprails are secured in position, the underfloor heating pipework is laid in continuous loops and clipped down in accordance with the underfloor heating design drawings.

 

Once complete, the system is pressure tested and witnessed to finalise the installation.
We recommend that the screeding process is scheduled to follow shortly after installation to avoid leaving the system vulnerable to damage. If a liquid screed is being used, the insulation must first be sealed to provide a watertight base.