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Simple. Smart. Solutions. ROOM PACK Step by Step Installation Guide

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1. Room Pack Overview 5. Installing Your Room Pack • Before you get started • Preparing the floor • Installing the control unit • Laying underfloor heating pipe circuits • Connecting the control unit to the pipe circuit • Connecting to an existing heating system • Laying the floor screed • Installing JG Aura heating controls (thermostat)

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1. Room Pack Overview Speedfit Underfloor Room Packs provide underfloor heating at affordable prices and are ideal for single rooms up to 30m², including conservatories, bathrooms, kitchens and extensions. • Cost-effective solution for single rooms up to 30m2 • Fast and simple to install • High heat output and response • Ideal for new builds and extensions • Suitable for solid concrete or beam and block subfloors • Timber floors (additional components may be required) Room Pack Contents Each pack comes with the following essential components: JG Single Control Unit For quick and easy...

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There are three Room Packs to choose from depending on the floor area and type of heating control required. 20m2 Room Pack: 1 x single room control unit 1 x programmable room thermostat (230v) 1 x 15mm x 150m coil of Polybutylene pipe 200 x pipe staples 2 x pipe inserts 30m2 Room Pack: 1 x single room control unit 1 x programmable room thermostat (230v) 2 x 15mm x 100m coils of Polybutylene pipe 300 x pipe staples 8 x pipe inserts 2 x 15mm equal tees 2 x 15mm stem elbows 30m2 Wireless Room Pack: 1 x single room control unit 1 x programmable room thermostat (wireless) 1 x wireless boiler...

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The thermostatic blending valve has a temperature setting range between 35°C and 60°C. Blending Valve Setting Min 1 2 3 4 5 6 Max The initial setting of the thermostatic blending valve (after the heat up/screed drying period) should provide the following flow temperatures. Screed floors 40 - 45°C Timber floors 55 - 60°C These initial settings can be adjusted to provide comfort. A maximum floor surface temperature of 29°C should not be exceeded (except for wet areas such as bathrooms). With timber floor finishes, including laminate products, the maximum floor temperature of 27°C should not...

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All wiring should be undertaken by a qualified installer and confirm to IEE regulations. The pump is supplied with a plug-in cable already connected for ease of installation. A fused spur should be installed adjacent to the unit. The mains cable should be connected to the spur fused at 3 amps. To comply with IEE Regulations, the pump on the unit is provided with an earth connection via the connection box. Your Room Pack Before you get started Project essentials • Check maximum area to be heated is 30m2 (or 20m2 for the smaller Room Pack) • Check the boiler serving the existing central...

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Preparing the floor Edge Insulation Strip Floor Finish Screed JG Layflat Polybutylene Barrier Pipe Pipe Staples Protective Membrane Insulation Subfloor

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Step 1 Fit floor insulation on top of the oversite concrete. Make sure the floor insulation meets design/building regulations - typically 100mm in depth. Hints & Tips For extensions with greater heat loss, for example conservatories, you may need extra insulation or supplementary heating. Step 2 Apply edge strip round the perimeter of the room by taping it to the edge of the insulation membrane. This will accommodate any expansion that occurs within the screed when it heats up and cools down. Step 3 Secure the insulation joints with suitable foil tape. Step 4 Lay a polyethylene film over...

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Installing the control unit Step 5 Using the wall bracket, fix the provided control unit to the wall using a hammer drill and 8mm masonry bit. The control unit should be fixed vertically with the mixing valve at either the top or the bottom, or horizontally with the electrical connection box uppermost. Plug the control unit into a suitable socket or wire to a fused spur (3amp fuse). Hints & Tips Always mount the control unit before laying pipework so that you can see clearly where to start and finish the pipe run. Fit the unit to a wall that can bear its weight and ensure adequate clearance...

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Step 7 continued Make sure you maintain a consistent space of 200mm between the runs or 150mm for areas with high heat loss. For consistent spacing between runs use an appropriately sized spacer batten: e.g. 200mm space - 15mm pipe = 185mm spacer batten. Hints & Tips Always feed the pipework from the bottom of the coil. Handle the pipe gently, especially around bends, to prevent it from kinking. You may also need to use additional pipe clips on bends depending on the insulation you are fixing it to. Step 8 Cut the end of the pipe using Speedfit pipe cutters and fully insert the pipe insert...

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Connecting the control unit to the pipe circuit Return to existing heat source Flow from existing heat source Return from UFH pipe circuit Flow to UFH pipe circuit Step 9 Use the method relevant to your installation: Room Pack - 20m2 Push the underfloor heating pipe into the ‘Flow to UFH pipe circuit’ on the control unit, using the pipe insert supplied. Push the return pipe into the ‘Return from UFH pipe circuit’ on the control unit, using the pipe insert supplied. If two pipe circuits are needed to heat the area, Speedfit tee and stem elbow would be required to split the flow, do not use...

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Connecting to an existing heating system RETURN TO HEATING SYSTEM FLOW FROM HEATING SYSTEM RETURN FROM UFH PIPE CIRCUIT FLOW TO UFH PIPE CIRCUIT Step 10 The next step is to connect the existing heating supply to the control unit. There are different ways to achieve this so before you start decide on your preferred option. Option 1– control unit with direct control of the boiler Most central heating systems only have a hot water and central heating circuit. If the room with the underfloor heating is to be controlled independently, a third circuit is required. This is achieved by installing a...

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