Heating Mats

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Heating mats

The thin heating mats are used for installation in a thin tile glue layer adhesive, self-leveling mixture or alike. The standard minimum thickness of the floor layer is 5-8 mm while the thickness of electric heating mat is 3-4,5 mm. It allows minimizing the floor level increase. Electric heating mats consist of a thin cable fixed on self-adhesive glass-fiber mesh usually of 50 cm width. Thin heating mats are manufactured as ready-made heating sections with a specific area (i.e. 0,5, 1, 1,5 … 12 m²) including a power supply cable (cold tail) and hermetically sealed connections.

Features and benefits using heating mats

Warm feet

No breakup of the old floor

Freedom of design

Easy and quick installation

Under any top flooring

Building height increase by only 3-5 mm

Quick responding floor heat

Reduce heat loss

Total heating without any radiators

Precise and energy saving regulation

Control your electrical heating systems from a distance

Central Controller for combined control of both radiator heating and floor heating

High durability, no maintenance

20-year Warranty and Full Service warranty

78 years of experience resulting in powerful products built with the highest standards of quality control.

78 years of experience resulting in powerful products built with the highest standards of quality control.

Documents

Documents
Type Name Language Valid for Updated Download File type
Operating guide Danfoss heating mats (thin mats) English Multiple 05 Dec, 2018 1.1 MB .pdf
Operating guide Danfoss heating mats (thin mats) Czech; Danish; German; English; Spanish, Castilian; Estonian; Finnish; French; Croatian; Hungarian; Lithuanian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Portuguese; Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan; Russian; Slovak; Slovenian; Swedish; Chinese (CN) Multiple 20 Jan, 2020 1.3 MB .pdf
Application guide Danfoss Indoor Cable Floor Heating Systems Application manual English Multiple 19 Aug, 2018 3.4 MB .pdf
Data sheet ECflex 75T English Multiple 22 Jul, 2020 671.4 KB .pdf
Data sheet ECheat 150S English Multiple 22 Jul, 2020 495.9 KB .pdf
Data sheet ECheat 150S - covoraș încălzire electrică pardoseală Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan Romania 17 Jul, 2017 337.1 KB .pdf
Data sheet ECmat 150T English Multiple 22 Jul, 2020 414.8 KB .pdf
Data sheet ECmat 150T German Austria 28 Nov, 2018 3.6 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Slovenian Slovenia 29 Jan, 2012 8.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Croatian Croatia 29 Jan, 2012 8.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Chinese (CN) China 29 Jan, 2012 8.9 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Serbian (RS) Serbia 29 Jan, 2012 8.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan Romania 29 Jan, 2012 8.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Hungarian Hungary 29 Jan, 2012 8.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Czech Czech Republic 29 Jan, 2012 8.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Polish Poland 29 Jan, 2012 8.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications English Multiple 29 May, 2012 10.5 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Latvian Latvia 29 Jan, 2012 8.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Spanish, Castilian Spain 29 Jan, 2012 10.1 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Estonian Estonia 29 Jan, 2012 8.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Portuguese Portugal 29 Jan, 2012 10.0 MB .pdf
Operating guide ECmat and ECflex Indoor Heating Applications Slovak Slovakia 29 Jan, 2012 8.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Danish Denmark 19 Jan, 2014 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables English Multiple 11 Nov, 2013 6.0 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Swedish Sweden 28 Oct, 2015 4.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Portuguese Portugal 28 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Dutch, Flemish Netherlands 28 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Finnish Finland 28 Oct, 2015 4.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Latvian Latvia 28 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Estonian Estonia 28 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Slovak Slovakia 28 Oct, 2015 4.4 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Norwegian Bokmål Norway 28 Oct, 2015 4.8 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Croatian Croatia 28 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Slovenian Slovenia 28 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Chinese (CN) China 28 Oct, 2015 4.9 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Hungarian Hungary 29 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Czech Czech Republic 29 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Polish Poland 29 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables French France 28 Oct, 2015 4.6 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables German Multiple 28 Oct, 2015 4.6 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Spanish, Castilian Spain 28 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan Romania 29 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf
Operating guide Indoor Heating Applications - Mats and cables Serbian (RS) Serbia 29 Oct, 2015 4.7 MB .pdf

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