Laminate & Wood Underlay Insulation for Electric Underfloor Heating-Excludes Foil Joint Tape (Timber Sub-floor)
Laminate & Wood Underlay Insulation for Electric Underfloor Heating-Excludes Foil Joint Tape (Timber Sub-floor)
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Laminate & Wood Underlay Insulation for Electric Underfloor Heating-Excludes Foil Joint Tape (Timber Sub-floor)

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9.7m² Pack of superior performance underlay boards with excellent heat insulation. Ideal for laminate and engineered wood floors used with electric underfloor heating.

  • High thermal resistance reducing the the amount of heat lost to the floor underneath.
  • Integral high performance damp proof barrier providing suitability for use on both timber & concrete sub-floors. When using on concrete floors, select the aluminium joint tape from the drop down box below. 
  • High compressive strength ensuring your floor and underfloor heating stay protected over their lifetime even in high traffic areas.
  • Dense 5mm thick foam structure absorbs minor floor imperfections with minimal increase to the overall floor height.
  • Sound insulation properties reduce noise from footsteps and dropped objects both inside the room and in the rooms underneath.
  • Ideal density to protect the electrical heating element from surface load. 
  • Easy to cut with a utility knife.
  • Anti-fungal and mildew resistant.
Specifications
SKU 5011204608997-Excl-Joint-Tape
Width 600 (Pack of 19 boards)
Height 850 (Pack of 19 boards)
Can be tiled on? Wall, Floor
Thickness (mm) 5
Certification CE, ROHS
Thermal Conductivity 0.035m²k/w
Compressive Strength 6 Tonnes/m²
Impact Sound Reduction 20dB
XPS Core Density N/A
Flexural Strength N/A
Water Absorption (Capillary) <0.1 Vol % (Use with Foil Joint Tape on concrete floors)
Max Tile Loading Weight N/A
Flammability CLASS E (EN 13501)