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Preassembled Radiant Floor Panels

Our panels are designed and manufactured in our workshop to be as compact and aesthetic as possible. They are installed on laminated plywood, then shipped, packaged and pressurized. They are superior quality panels that are at the cutting edge of what is available on the market. Each installation is checked by our site foreman to ensure that it is optimized. Pictures are taken during installation, ensuring your long-term safety.

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The electric boiler

  • The electric boiler is used to increase the temperature of the fluid circulating in the radiant floor system. It can use combustion (gas or oil) or electricity as an energy source.
  • If you choose an electric boiler with an electronic card, you can connect an outdoor sensor. Thus, you can modulate the temperature of your fluid between -10 and +10 dC. In this way, you will improve your comfort and reduce your energy consumption and costs, since you do not need the same amount of energy with a mild outside temperature.

The discharge valve

  • Being a pressurized and closed system, the hydronic code requires the installation of this valve. It will open and discharge if the system pressure rises to 30 psig. For your safety, your fluid is at 45 dC, its discharge must be no more than 6'' from the ground or connected to a drain.
  • The pressure relief valve is mandatory by hydronic code.

The air separator

  • The water molecule is composed of 2 molecules of hydrogen for 1 molecule of oxygen. In a closed-loop system, the latter must be evacuated, otherwise it will rust the metals present in the system. According to its design, when water passes through it, a pressure drop is created that promotes the detachment of this molecule and evacuates it to the outside.
  • The air separator is mandatory by hydronic code.

The expansion tank

  • Unlike gas, liquid cannot compress or expand. When a liquid is heated or cooled, its mass volume changes. The expansion tank serves as a buffer for this change. It is divided into two parts; the heat transfer medium and an air reservoir. These are separated by a rubberized membrane.

The circulator pump

  • Unlike a pump, a circulator pump does not beat any pressure. It is designed to convert dynamic energy into static energy. It is used to circulate fluid in a closed system, while a pump is used to draw and transport fluid in a system open to the atmosphere.

The distribution manifold

  • The distribution manifold is the distributor feeding the radiant piping.

The radiant piping

  • Made with oxygen barrier PEX A or B, this tubing will distribute the heated fluid to the parts through loops.

The glycol pressurization tank

  • This tank is used to build pressure in the hydronic system. It is used when it is impossible to connect to the domestic water supply.

The heat transfer fluid

  • Generally, water is the best heat transfer fluid. However, since it is different depending on the nature of the soil in the region, we need to know its hardness and acidity. Following the analysis, if they are out of standard, we will have to use distilled water. The latter is pure water without minerals and with a neutral PH.
  • As the water goes from liquid to solid at 0 dC, if there is a risk of freezing we will use a ratio of propylene glycol as an antifreeze. Usually, with a garage or slab on ground without foundation, since there is a thermal bridge with the outside, the mixture is 30/70, lowering the freezing temperature to -12 dC.

Zone panel

  • Since it is the brain of the system, the zone panel receives signals from the thermostats and controls the circulators, actuators and boiler to distribute the fluid to the room in demand.

Zone Actuator

  • It is a low-voltage valve, which allows or prevents the liquid to pass through the loop in demand. Thus, it is possible to supply circuits to distribute the fluid to the part in demand, without distributing it to others, which are not in demand.

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