AmbiLowBoard (SRB)

AmbiLowBoard (SRB) is a grooved cement board system, part of our low-profile range, ideal for retro-fit scenarios.

 

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AmbiLowBoard (SRB) is a grooved cement board system, part of our low-profile range, ideal for retro-fit scenarios.

 

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Component Product Code Quantities Required
12mm UFH Pipe Code 39000 8 linear metres of pipe per m2 of heated area
Manifold Code 41320 Depends on heated area - normally approx. 1 port per 13m2 of heated area
Manifold Couplings Code 42189 For 12mm 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 41060 2 per port (used to form a neat bend in the pipe beneath the manifold)
AmbiLowBoard 18mm (straight) Code 46670 Check drawings to calculate square meterage - 1.2m x 0.6m sheets
AmbiLowBoard 18mm (return) Code 46672 Check drawings to calculate square meterage - 1.2m x 0.6m sheets
AmbiLowBoard joint adhesive Code 46666 Allow one bottle per 13m2
AmbiLowBoard screws Code 46667 Allow one box per 50m2
AmbiPrime 77 Code 47200 1ltr per 20m2 of boarded area

AmbiLowBoard (SRB) is a grooved cement board system, part of our low-profile range, ideal for retro-fit scenarios. This system is designed for hard floor finishes such as tiles and wood flooring, which can be laid directly on top of the installed system. The boards are supplied in two pre-routered panels – straight boards and return panels, depending on the configuration of the pipework pattern.

 

The cementitious nature of the board gives it a low thermal resistance, which allows for a good and even spread of heat through the floor. The AmbiLowBoard (SRB) system must be laid on a flat, level and solid base, in order to give a consistent surface on which to lay floor coverings.

 

Note that floor finishes such as carpet and vinyl cannot be laid directly onto this system for point-loading reasons – in this scenario an additional layer (normally a 6mm plywood) needs to be laid over the system before the floor finish is laid. We recommend bonding it down, rather than mechanically fixing, to avoid damage to the pipework.