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ELECTRICAL HEATING AND FROST PROTECTION SOLUTIONS Building Technology


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Contents

Why electrical heating?

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Controlling of frost protection systems

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Floor heating

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Frost protection of rainwater drainage systems

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Using panel heaters for heating

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Frost protection of water pipes

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Structure of frost protection

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Ceiling heating

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Heating control

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Frost protection

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Designing heating

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Superior High Medium

Sizing and installation of floor heating

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Sizing and installation of panel heaters

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Sizing and installation of ceiling heating

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Designing and installing frost protection systems

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Products

Floor heating Panel heaters Ceiling heating Frost protection systems

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Tables

Pipe heat loss Tash cable lengths for different outputs per metre Installation spacing for Tassu and Tassu S Output/temperature graphs for Optiheat cables

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Why electrical heating?

Optimum comfort and efficiency with electrical heating Electrical heating is reliable, comfortable, easy to use and economical. It is suitable for all rooms in a house and post-construction installation is easy. Electrical heating provides a comfortable and even warmth, making life a pleasure. No wonder that electrical heating is the most popular heating system in new single-family homes in Finland. The energy used for electrical heating transforms efficiently into heat. Energy consumption can be optimised and costs saved with accurate heating control. A welldesigned heating control reacts to solar radiation and heat produced by a room’s occupants, keeping the temperature even in all conditions. The room temperature can be lowered for short periods of time, to save energy.

An economical and functional solution The initial investment in electrical heating is small; the saving compared to other systems can be more than 10,000 euros. Operating costs are comparable or even lower than those of oil heating. Geo­ thermal pump heating is cheaper to use than electrical heating, but the high initial cost makes the in-

vestment pay-back time very long for an average-sized single-family home. The maintenance required for electrical heating is almost negligible. Heating control is easy and there is no risk of fuel running out. When faults are detected they are easy to fix, and the fault will not damage the structures of the house.

Three ways to use electricity for heating Ensto offers the possibility to design comfortable and efficient electrical heating. You can choose between floor and ceiling heating and traditional heating using electrical panel heaters. Ensto also has solutions for defrosting main pipes, gutters and outside areas. A heating system suitable for each space can be designed by combining different heating methods using Finnish quality products. Ensto’s product range also offers ease of installation and maintenance-free heating.

Why electrical heating? This pamphlet describes the various possibilities offered by electrical heating and frost protection, alongside examples. Instructions for design and installation are given with each selection. To aid

design, we have built three levels of electric heating: Superior, High and Medium. The main difference between the different levels is their heating comfort. Thermostats designed for each product are used to control heating. In this way, heating control is centralised and easy to use. Using the correct type of heating control, optimises energy consumption and saves money. Technical details and tables on Ensto’s products can be found at the end of this pamphlet. The tables will help in the design of frost protection and floor heating systems.




Pleasant and versatile floor heating

A heated floor feels pleasant and comfortable and is suitable for all rooms. With floor heating, the heat producing area is large and surface temperatures are low. Floor heating is a dream solution for an interior decorator, since the heating devices are not visible, space can be freely used and furniture placed creatively. Floor heating improves floor surface drying where water has been used, and prevents moisture from entering a house’s structures. Night-time electricity can be used with storage floor heating.

Floor heating for all living quarters Floor heating is suitable for all rooms and spaces in a house: Ensto has the correct product for you! It’s just a matter of selecting your product according to room size, heating requirements, floor structure and floor material. Floor heating can be either direct or partial storage heating.

The Tassu floor heating cable for new buildings and renovations The Tassu floor heating cable is a reliable and long-lasting heating solution for both dry rooms and those high in moisture content,

direct floor heating being the best choice for the latter. Partial storage heating is used in rooms with high floor surface material heat resistance. Such materials include wood, vinyl mats and textile carpets.

StepMat heating cable mat for simple and clear spaces StepMat is a reliable heating cable mat, which is easy to install. StepMat is suitable for dry areas as comfort heating as for bath rooms. Its heating power is designed for normal living quarters, but there are also solutions for spaces with less insulation for concrete, stone or tile floors, where more heating power is required.

StepKit floor heating cable package for small and complex spaces StepKit, a heating cable ready for installation, forms an excellent addition to Ensto’s product range. It is ideal for renovating small and complex spaces. It can be used on all floor structures – concrete, wooden or plate structure – and is very easy and fast to install. This product is ready for installation. The package includes a temperature-limited thermostat, 10-35 °C, making the product suitable for

installation in all floor materials, e.g. in a wooden floor structure.

Reliability year after year Floor heating products are installed permanently inside the floor structure. This makes floor heating extremely safe. Correctly designed and installed floor heating lasts for decades. Since product reliability must meet with expectations, the manufacturer does matter. Ensto is responsible for the quality of StepKit, StepMat and Tassu products for 10 years from the date of manufacture.




Heating with panel heater – comfortable heat efficiently

Efficiency is maximised when electrical heating is designed correctly, since most of the energy consumed is transformed into heat. Accurate thermostats react quickly to changes in temperature, saving energy and improving living comfort.

Wide, flexible product range Ensto’s wide heater product range offers both combination panel heaters and flow panel heaters. Tupa heaters are very highquality combination heaters for all living quarters where comfort, cosiness and safety are required. Heat is generated in the most pleasant way; some being radiated from the front surface and the rest used to heat convection currents. Product names in the Tupa series include Taso, Lista, Peta and Roti. Opera heaters are modern and elegant. Flow panel heaters produce heat quickly and comfortably and are suitable for permanent dwellings, summerhouses and cottages. The product range includes models with electronic and

mechanical thermostats. Electrical connections are either permanent or by using a plug, both in dry and wet locations. Beta heaters are a safe choice for summer-houses and cottages, these basic heaters being durable, reliable and easy to use. They are equipped with a plug and a mechanical thermostat.

Safe, practical and easy to install The heater surface temperatures are low, even below 60 °C. An internal overheating protection switches the heater off if overheating should occur. As class II appliances, the heaters require no protective earthing. They are equipped with a power switch for turning heaters on or off individually. Connecting and installing these heaters is very easy: a wall bracket can be used to determine the locations of the holes to which the heater will be fixed. The connection box can either be fixed to the wall or used as the connec-

tion box lid, and the connectors are spring-loaded, so no tools are needed when connecting the heater to the connection box. When the heater has been installed, it can be tilted with the help of the wall bracket , which eases cleaning from behind the heater.

Accurate, elegant and durable Heaters equipped with an electronic thermostat are extremely accurate and completely silent. The thermostats are factory-calibrated to an accuracy of ±0.2 °C or ±0.5 °C for mechanical thermostats. Adjusting the temperature is easy and the thermostat can be recalibrated if necessary. The material used is hot-dipped zinc steel and durable polycarbonate, so these heaters do not rust and are suitable for use in harsh environments. Some of the heaters are splash-water proof (IP24).


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Ceiling heating – pleasant radiant heating

When ceiling heating is used the heat is radiated downwards from heating elements located above the ceiling’s surface material. The radiated heat warms surfaces in the room: the floor, the walls, the furniture and its occupants. Owing to direct heat radiation, the temperature can be kept 1–3 °C lower than with other heating methods. This saves a considerable amount of energy. Ceiling heating is very comfortable and, as with floor heating, offers endless possibilities for interior decoration. The heating technology is invisible and does not consume space.

An option for a wide range of spaces Typical venues for ceiling heating are permanent dwellings, summer homes, offices, kindergartens, hospitals and sport facilities. Ceiling heating is also suitable for damp places with a high moisture content, such as shower rooms and indoor swimming pool areas. Ceiling heating can be used as a direct heating method or to complement storage floor heating.

Teval ceiling heating element Ceiling heating is implemented with ceiling heating elements installed above the ceiling’s surface material or panel, such elements converting electricity into heat. The heat is radiated through the ceiling material into the room. Element temperatures depend on the power per area, the ceiling material and the thickness of the material.

Essi radiant heaters Ceiling radiant heaters are ideal for heating shopping centres, sports

facilities, showrooms, industrial plants and warehouses.


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Optimal energy consumption through heating control

Accurate and fast heating control ensures even heating and warmth in a room. This also means saving energy and substantial cost savings. Accurate control reacts to solar radiation and the heat produced by the room’s occupants, decreasing the electrical power used. Heating control is best designed alongside the design of the rest of the house: the best way to find the optimal solution, for each and every need.

Thermostats control heating individually for each room The heating of each room can be individually controlled with floor, room or combination thermostats. Major part of the panel heaters have their own thermostats. It is easy to lower the room temperature with a home/away switch. When you are away for a longer period of time, you can save heating costs by lowering the room temperature.

Floor heating control The best choice for controlling direct and partial storage floor heating is the ECO10F thermostat, which keeps the floor temperature at the correct level. This thermostat has a 4 °C temperature reduction, which can be used to decrease the room temperature when no one is at home. The ECO16FR combination thermostat should be used for floor heating control in living quarters, such as bedrooms and living rooms. This thermostat has an adjustable temperature reduction of 1–15 °C.


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Ceiling heating control Teval ceiling heating elements and Essi i radiant heaters can be controlled using the ECO10R room thermostat.

Air heat pump supplementing electric heating An easy way to save energy is to use an air heat pump, an efficient way of transferring heat into a house from the outside. The heat produced by the air heat pump is usually directed downwards, so floor surfaces are heated efficiently and storage floor heating is only needed when the outside temperature is very low. The air heat pump is highly efficient and it is an ideal supplement for electric heating. This pump produces heat energy equivalent to twice its own electricity consumption even when the outside temperature is -15 째C. Its efficiency is around four-fold when the temperature is +15 째C.


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No ice, even in very low temperatures

Ensto frost protection solutions Controllable frost protection systems keep footways, driveways, gutters, rainwater systems and water pipes functional regardless of the conditions. They are easy to use and extremely reliable. These systems pay themselves back in the form of saved maintenance costs. Safety is improved since footways do not become slippery and pipe damage is avoided since pipes do not freeze. Frost protection is easy when using Ensto’s heating cables, and the system is durable and easy to maintain. These products are developed for harsh winter conditions in the north. Home owners are responsible for avoiding the formation of life-threatening icicles above footpaths, safety maintenance also including keeping footpaths ice-free. Keeping gutters, driveways and entrances ice-free guarantees safety, regardless of weather conditions, while the use of electric frost protection systems saves on cleaning costs. In addition, the surface materials of walkways and driveways wear less when frost protection systems are used. Problems such as dust formation in springtime caused by salt and sand become things of the past. Freezing of rainwater systems causes leaks, which can lead to moisture and mould damage and damage to the building’s loadbearing structures. Rain water systems and water pipes can be prevented from freezing using frost

protection cables, ensuring their smooth operation even in very low temperatures.


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Designing heating systems

Heating system design is very important Expectations and needs are the key issue when designing an optimal solution for electric heating. A good design eases work and saves costs at all stages of a project. All three heating methods should be compared, while the need for frost protection must also be remembered. The next section introduces three different heating solutions to aid design work.


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OPTIHEAT 15/30 5m 150W

TASSU 900W installation dist. 21cm 85 W/m 2

TEVAL 60x270 245W

TEVAL 60x400 360W

TEVAL 60x270 245W

TEVAL 60x400 360W

Store10,2 m2 Bedroom 11,7 m2

OPTIHEAT 15/30 5m 150W

ELF-10 ECO10F

TASSU 1600W installation dist. 16cm ECO10F 100 W/m 2

ELR-10 & ECO16FR ELF-10 2 pcs TASSU 900 installation dist. 22cm 100 W/m2

TEVAL 135x120 245W

Sauna 2,9 m2

ELF-10 + ECO10F ECOAC 44 h=1500 1,7 m2

Washroom 5,7 m2

ELF-10 ECO16FR ELF-10 ECO10F

TEVAL 60x205 185W TEVAL 60x205 185W

3,5 m2

TASSU 1800W installation dist. 17,4cm 124 W/m2

TASSU 600W installation dist. 16 cm 92 W/m2

6,0 m2

Bedroom 8,9 m2

OPTIHEAT 15/30 5m 150W

ECO10F TASSU 440W h=1500 h=1500 installation dist. 13cm 2 114 W/m

Back kitchen 6,5 m2

Kitchen 16,9 m2

Veranda

ULLA 300.5 folded

m

ELK ECO 16 FR

WC 2,0 m2

Bedroom 2,5 m2

ECO16FR ELR-10 & 2 pcs ELF-10 5

OPTIHEAT 10 3m 30W

TASSU 1800 installation dist. 21cm 100 W/m 2

1,7 m

TEVAL 60x270 245W ECO16FR 2 ELR-10 pcs & ELF-10

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TEVAL 60x400 360W

TEVAL 60x230 210W ELLA 140 installation dist. 22cm 70 W/m2

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TEVAL 60x270 245W

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ELF-10 ECO10F ELLA 100 installation dist. 30cm 2 60 W/m ELF-10 ECO10F Garage 18,1 m2

Living room 20,7 m

ELR-10 & ECO16FR ELF-10 2 pcs

TASSU 2200W installation dist. 21cm 100 W/m2

TASSU 2200W installation dist. 21cm 100 W/m 2

ULLA 300.2

TASSU 900W installation dist. 14 cm 110 W/m2

1:100 = Direct underfloor heating = Partial storage underfloor heating

Superior The “Superior� heating solution maximises the warmth and cosiness of all living quarters. Air flows caused by temperature differences are minimised by combining floor and ceiling heating to keep temperatures as even as possible in all rooms. Temperature differences between the neck and ankles are kept as small as possible, and allergic reactions are decreased by minimising airflows. The selected main heating methods include both direct and partial storage floor heating. Direct floor heating is selected for rooms in which the floor material is highly conductive, for example ceramic tiling. Partial

storage floor heating is used in rooms in which the surface material is less heat-conductive, for example parquet flooring. The heat is stored during times when electricity is cheaper, and heat is released into the room during the daytime. In such rooms, ceiling heating is used to complement other heating methods, ceiling heating being turned on when the room temperature drops below a predefined limit. Floor heating is used in store rooms and garages. This improves floor drying and heating appliances are protected from damage and scratches. Individual floor heating and room thermostats are used to control the heating.

Outside areas are kept free of ice to ensure the safe use of footways and driveways in the wintertime. Factory-made Ulla heating mats are used in front of garages and on porches (please note that the mat in front of the garage is folded, its actual size being 2 x 2.5 meters.) The self-regulating Optiheat cable is used in front of other entrances and garage plumbing, and frost protection is controlled with an ECO900 thermostat.


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Opera 750W

Lista 700W

TASO 800W

Lista 700W

Store 10,2 m2

TASO 800W Bedroom 12,5 m2

Bedroom 11,7 m2

Living room 20,7 m2

TASO 200W PETA 200W Garderob

ECO 10F

1,7 m2

WC 2,0 m2

Garage 18,1 m2

Opera 1500W

TASSU 2200W Installation dist.21cm 100 W/m2

TASSU 600W Installation dist.16 cm 92 W/m2

Bastu 2,9 m2

ECO10F

ELLA 140 Installation dist. 22cm 70 W/m2

6,0 m2 1,7 m2

Washroom 5,7 m2

ECO10F + ECOAC 44 h=1500

ECO10F Bedroom 8,9 m2

ECO10F

TASO 550W

3,5 m2

ECO10F TASSU 440W h=1500 Installation dist.13cm 114 W/m2

Back kitchen 6,5 m2

Kitchen 16,9 m2

27 W/m3 29 W/m3

Veranda

TASSU 2200W Installation dist.21cm 100 W/m 2 3 27 W/m

TASSU 900W Installation dist.14 cm 110 W/m2

1:100 = Direct underfloor heating = Partial storage underfloor heating = Electronic thermostat = Slave heater = Mechanical thermostat

High The “High� heating solution is not as versatile as the Superior. This solution is ideal for both permanent dwellings and summerhouses. It combines different heating methods and achieves a cosy feeling by providing even, comfortable warmth. This solution uses partial storage floor heating in the living room, where the floor surface material is parquet and does not conduct heat

well. Direct floor heating is used in the kitchen, the shower room, the utility room, the toilet and the entrance room. All of these rooms have floors made of ceramic tiles. Low Lista panel heaters are used for balancing heating in the living room. Individual floor heating thermostats are used in each room. Bedrooms have silent combined panel heaters equipped with electronic thermostats, the calculated heating power being 25 W/m3, enough to cover heat loss

in a permanent dwelling with normal insulation. The wardrobe has a cover-proof panel heater (Peta), which switches off if something falls onto it.


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JV

Opera 750W

ST

TASO 800W

Store 10,2 m2

LISTA 700W

27 W/m3

33 W/m3

TASSU 600W Installation dist. 16 cm 92 W/m2 Sauna2,9 m2

ET 6,0 m2

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Bedroom 12,5 m2

ROTI 150W

Opera 1500W

EI

TASO 200W 32 W/m3

Living room 20,7 m2

m2

WC 2,0 m2

1,7 m2

Garage18,1 m2

83 W/m 3

TASO 800W

27 W/m3

29 W/m3 Bedroom 11,7

LISTA 700W

APK

Washroom 5,7 m2

PETA 200W 62 W/m3 Bedroom 8,9 m2

ELF-10 h=1500

TK 3,5 m2

TASO 550W

PETA 350W

KK

100 W/m3

25 W/m3

h=1500 ECO10F + ECOAC44

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26 W/m

Back kitchen 6,5 m2

Kitchen 16,9 m2

TASO 200W TASO 1000W Veranda

TASSU 900W Installation dist. 14 cm 110 W/m 2 = Electronic thermostat = Slave heater = Mechanical thermostat

Medium The “Medium� heating solution generates cosiness using standard panel heaters and floor heating in washrooms. This solution has all the components needed for sound, basic heating. It is suitable for permanent dwellings, summerhouses

and cottages. The main heating method is based on panel heaters. The utility room and washroom are equipped with floor heating to maximise comfort and for quick floor drying, while individual floor heating thermostats are used to control the floor heating. Living quarters have silent, combined panel heaters equipped with electronic thermo-

stats, and the calculated heating power is 25 W/m3, for which window widths are also taken into account. The living room has low Lista panel heaters under each high window. A splash-water proof heater Roti is used in the toilet, and the clothes closet has a cover proof Peta heater. Opera flow heaters are used in the garage and in the store room.


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Sizing and installation of floor heating

Continuous floor heating Direct floor heating is the correct choice for saunas, washrooms and bathing rooms. It is also suitable as the only heating method for areas in which the floor surface material conducts heat well (ceramic tiles for instance) or where the floor structure is other than concrete slab.

If the floor has a concrete structure, direct floor heating is achieved using Tassu floor heating cable. This cable is fixed to the reinforcement mesh or fixing strip so that the spacing remains the same during casting. The output should be 70 – 100 W/m2, installation spacing 15 – 25 cm and the installation depth approximately 5 cm.

In plasterboard flooring, a layer of boards is placed under the Tassu S heating cable, and additional strips of plasterboard are attached to the first board layer, the cable being installed between these strips. The

grooves containing the heating cables are filled with a mineral-based plaster. An extra-hard plasterboard is installed next, then damp-proofing and then the final floor surface material. The output should be 70 – 100 W/m2 and the installation spacing 9 – 14 cm.

If the floor has a wooden structure, a 3 cm air gap must be left under the floor’s surface material. The Tassu S heating cable is attached to a mesh on top of the insulation and located in the air gap, while the output should be 60 – 80 W/m2 and the installation spacing 13 – 15 cm.

When installing the heating cable on an old floor, the Tassu S heating cable is installed on the old floor surface material using either a mesh or fixing strips. An adhesion layer must be added on top of the old floor to make an adhesion surface for the new plaster. Floor insulation must be sufficient to prevent heat loss. The heat cable

is installed in a 1 cm thick layer of plaster so that it is totally covered. After this, the surface is levelled out and the surface material installed on the even surface. The output should be 70 – 100 W/m2, installation spacing 9 – 20 cm and the installation depth approximately 2.5 cm. If the room is small, a toilet or vestibule for example, the self-regulated Ella floor heating cable without a thermostat can be used. This heating cable is a self-regulated cable with a polyolefin sheath. Its nominal voltage is 230 V and the connecting cable length 2.5 meters. The installation depth for the Ella heating cable is 3 – 5 cm and the installation spacing 20 – 30 cm.

The StepMat heating cable mat is easy to install due to its adhesive surface lining. It is easy to spread the mat out evenly on the installation surface, and it can be cut and trimmed, making installation easy on floors of all shapes. When required, the StepMat heating cable can be easily detached from the mesh. The heating cable is a twin core ending cable, so there is only one cold end connected to the connection box. A thinner casting, than required for traditional floor heating cables, is sufficient enough for the StepMat heating cable mat.


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Partial storage floor heating Partial storage floor heating is used in rooms where the floor surface material has a high heat resistance. Such materials include wood, vinyl mats and textile carpets. The heat stored in the concrete slab by using cheaper nighttime electricity is transferred into the room during the day. The concrete slab mass must be sufficient enough for partial storage floor heating, something which must be taken into account when designing the heating system. The Tassu floor heating cable is used for partial storage floor heating systems. The output is 80 – 150 W/m2, the installation spacing 15 – 25 cm and the installation depth 5 – 10 cm. When partial storage heating is used, the need for complementary heating should be considered, e.g. using ceiling heating, panel heaters or a floor heating cable already installed.

Optimal comfort through the correct temperature To obtain maximum cosiness and comfort in living quarters, floor surface temperatures should be as following: Wood and cork surface Vinyl mat Ceramic tiles or concrete surface Laminate

23–27 °C 26–28 °C 26–28 °C 23–27 °C

Things to note when installing floor heating • The floor heating cables must not be installed under closets or similar fixtures. • Tassu and Tassu S heating cables must be installed in material with equal thermal conductivity. The cable loops must not touch each other and the cable must not cross over itself. • The heating cable may not be fed through an expansion joint or areas in which there is a risk of the slab breaking or the heating cable overheating (e.g. the distance to a wood-fired sauna stove or storage heating fireplace must be at least 50 cm). • The suitability of the floor material for floor heating must be checked from the floor material manufacturer.

• Cable element lengths intended for floor heating must not be changed. • A 300 mA RCCB (residual current circuit breaker) should be used - in all wash rooms - in living quarters if the floor surface material conducts electricity (e.g. ceramic tiles) • The bending radius of the thermostat (e.g. ECO10F) sensor protection pipe must be such that the sensor element can be replaced, if necessary. The sensor must be installed between the heating cables so that it does not touch the heating cable. • The floor heating cable installation spacing should be smaller close to windows, doors and areas where heat loss is greater. • Concrete takes approximately 30 days to dry, while levelling plaster takes approximately one week.


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Sizing

HEATING METHOD POWER/M2 POWER/M INSTALLATION INSTALLATION PRODUcT AND FLOOR MATERIAL W/m2 W/m SPACING cm DEPTH cm Partial storage heating Parquet, laminate, Textile mat 80 - 150 20 15 - 25 5 - 10 TASSU Direct heating Ceramic tile, stone 70 - 100 20 15 - 25 3 - 5 TASSU, ELLA/ StepMat Plasterboard 70 - 100 10 10 - 14 see installation TASSU S/ drawing StepKit Wood structure 60 - 80 10 13 - 17 see installation TASSU S/ drawing StepKit Comfortable 70 - 100 10 10 - 15 2 - 3 TASSU S/ warmth StepMat/ StepKit

Based on the selection of the desired power/m2, the installation spacing for Tassu and Tassu S cables can be found from the tables below. TASSU POWER PER AREA 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150

INSTALLATION SPACING/CM 25 22 20 18 17 15 14 13

TASSU S POWER PER AREA 60 70 80 90 100 110

INSTALLATION SPACING/CM 17 14 13 11 10 9

Installation spacing can also be calculated based on the following formula:

Installation = Surface area/m2 spacing Cable length/m Example. The floor area to be heated is 11 m2 and the selected cable is the Tassu12 with a length of 54 meters. The installation spacing is: 2 Installation = 11 m = 0,2 m = 20 cm spacing 54 m

Power per surface area is calculated using the following formula:

Cable power/W Power /W/m2 = Floor surface area/m2 1160 W Power/W/m2 = = 105,4 W/m2 11 m2


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Sizing and installation of panel heaters

The following tables are sizing values for reference only. The room area (room height 2.5 meters) or the room volume must be known. A rule of thumb for normal conditions is 25 W/m3.

Tupa TUPA OUTPUT /W 150 200 350 500 550 700 800 900 1000 1200

AREA TO BE HEATED/m2 WHEN sizing output is 25 w/m3 2 3 6 8 9 11 13 14 16 19

AREA TO BE HEATED/m2 VOLUME OF AREA WHEN sizing output TO BE HEATED is 35 w/m3 m3 (25 w/m3) 2 6 2 8 4 14 6 20 6 22 8 28 9 32 1 36 11 40 14 48

Minimum distances for Tupa heaters

VOLUME OF AREA TO BE HEATED m3 (35 w/m3) 4 6 10 14 16 20 23 26 29 34

Connection diagram for Tupa heaters


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Beta and Opera

BETA/OPERA OUTPUT /W 250 500 750 1000 1250 1500 1750 2 000

AREA TO BE HEATED/m2 WHEN sizing output is 25 w/m3 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32

AREA TO BE HEATED/m2 WHEN sizing output is 35 w/m3 3 6 9 11 14 17 20 23

VOLUME OF AREA TO BE HEATED m3 (25 w/m3) 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80

VOLUME OF AREA TO BE HEATED m3 (35 w/m3) 7 14 21 29 36 43 50 57

Beta/Opera measurements Power (W) 250 500 750 1000 1250 1 5 00 1750 2 000

H 389 389 389 389 389 389 389 389

L 451 585 719 853 987 1121 1389 1523

Minimum distances of Beta and Opera heaters

D 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 205

C 300 300 440 440 600 700 700 1000

Dimensions of Beta and Opera heaters and wall bracket.


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Sizing and installation of ceiling heating

Sizing

Things to note

Heat loss is calculated for each room and the power requirement determined. As a rule of thumb for determing output, use 25W/m3. There are three widths and several lengths of Teval ceiling heating elements. The element power is 150 W/m2 and the number of elements required is rounded upwards.

Porous ceiling surface materials, such as Haltex or Styrox (expanded polystyrene) must not be used. The ceiling surface material’s heat resistance must be lower than 0.13 m K/W • The heating element must be at least 2.3 meters from the floor surface. • The elements can also be installed in an inclined ceiling, when the inclination is less than 45 degrees and the element distance from the floor more than 2.3 meters. • The conductive parts of the elements must be at least 10 cm from other conductive structures (e.g. air ducts, outer roof material) • A heating element cannot be installed in a ceiling, if the moisture blocking material used is aluminium foil or some other conductive material. • No electrical piping should be installed in the same location as the element. • Overlapping boarding must not be used. The maximum gap size in the ceiling surface material is 6 mm. • A 30 mA RCCB (residual current circuit breaker) should be used in damp areas.

Location of the elements The ceiling heating elements are usually installed with battens crosswise to roof trusses. Teval elements are placed as close as possible to the outer and window walls, the recommendation being less than 30 cm from the window wall. Space for pipes and plumbing can be left between the element and wall. An element installed next to a window must be at least 90 cm wide. All elements are installed parallel to one other with the cable ends in line. Elements next to one another can be installed onto the same batten.

The table gives the thicknesses for the permitted surface materials. CEILING HEAT CONDUCTIVITY SURFACE W/mK Chip board 0.14 Board panel Plasterboard 0.13 Wood fibre board

HEAT RESISTANCE m²K/W 0.07 0.09 0.11 0.12 0.10 0.04 0.07

THICKNESS (mm) 10 12 15 16 13 6.4 9

The heat resistance is calculated using the following formula: Surface material Heat resistance = thickness (m) Material heat conductivity (W/m x K )

Placement of Teval ceiling heating elements in the ceiling structure


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Radiant heaters

Sizing

Ensto’s Essi i radiant heaters act like the sun. By radiating heat, and the radiated heat warms the surfaces. The surface temperature of a radiant heater element is 380 ºC. The Essi i radiant heater is a quick way of providing heat, so it is suitable for rooms which are not used very often. Using an Essi i, the temperatures in a room can vary (e.g. between work areas). When ceiling heaters are used, the room temperature can be kept 1-3 degrees lower than normal without affecting comfort and cosiness. Night-time electricity can also be used to store heat.

The calculated output for stores and industrial halls with normal insulation in Southern Finland is 100 – 120 W/m2 and in Northern Finland 120 – 150 W/m2. If heat loss needs to be determined accurately, it must be calculated separately for each space. To ensure an even temperature, the distance between two heaters must be less than the height of the room.

Positioning The Essi i radiant heater should be installed onto a light fixture rail or the ceiling surface close to the outer walls (1-2 meters from the wall or a minimum of 0.15 m). The minimum installation height is 3.5 meters.

Installation The parts needed for suspending the heater are included in the package. The heater can be fixed onto the light fixture rail or the ceiling

or hung from the ceiling. Standard installation fixtures can be found in the connection box.


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Designing and installing frost protection systems

Frost protection for outside areas

Installation in concrete

In most cases, Ulla cable heating mats present the easiest way to design and implement the frost protection and de-icing of outside areas. Frost protection can also be reliably performed using Tash series resistance cables or the self-regulated Optiheat15/30 heating cable. To keep outside areas, such as driveways, pathways, ramps and entrances, ice-free using electricity, the heating cables are usually installed in sand or concrete under the surface layer. Melting power can be maximised by insulating the area from below.

Installation in sand For the installation of Ulla mats or Tash cables, the sand’s granular size must be 0.063 – 2 mm . A thin layer of sand should be levelled by hand using a splint with a long handle. The splint edges should be rounded or protected by a piece of felt. Damage to the cable surface should be avoided. Be careful that the cable do not detach from the grid or move during levelling. A surface layer of asphalt, tiles or concrete should be added on top of the levelled sand. Slab

Asphalt

Begin by tying the cable to the reinforcement mesh with cable ties. The binding should be loose so that the cable is not damaged and the cable shielding is not exposed. The cable should be placed above the reinforcement mesh to make troubleshooting and repairs easier. Installation is quick and the result reliable when factory-made Ulla mats are used: the installation spacing and the output will be even for the whole area. Ulla mats have an output of 300 W/m2, which is sufficient for most uses. If the area is covered and snow cannot reach it, 200 W/m2 is usually enough. An output of 400 W/m2 is recommended for driveways and ramps with heavy traffic. If the desired output is other than 300 W/m2 or if the factorymade Ulla mat is not suitable, then the Tash cable should be used. The resistance, length and installation spacing can be calculated according to the instructions at Ensto’s website, www.ensto.com. Frost protection of stairs and steps can be performed either using the self-regulated Opti­heat15/30 or the Tash series resistance cable. We recommend the single or dou-

ble conductor Tash cable for large staircases and the self-regulated cable for smaller ones. Frost protection systems for outside areas should be protected by a 300 mA RCCB.

Clear walkways and driveways

Installation for a single conductor cable

Concrete

4 cm sand Insulation Reinforcing grid

Gap between insulation and heating cable approx. 3 cm

Gap between insulation and heating cable approx. 3 cm

Installation for a self-regulated or a terminated double conductor cable


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Controlling of frost protection systems

sensors and the controller are needed for frost protection of outside areas: the snow and ice sensor (ECOA901) is installed outside the heated area and the humidity and temperature sensor (ECOA902) is installed within it. A snow and ice sensor (ECOA903) installed in the gutter and an air temperature sensor (ECOA904) are needed when controlling the frost protection of rainwater systems.

The frost protection of outside areas, rainwater systems and pipes should be controlled by a purpose built controller, since this will en足able energy savings. A control system facilitates the use of cheaper nighttime electricity for frost protection of outside areas. The ECO900 controller installed in the distribution panel board is used to control the frost protection of outside areas and rainwater systems. Two ground

A supplementary unit ECOA905 controller can be connected to the ECO900 controller. The ECOA905 facilitates the star-delta-connection of the heating and monitors the condition of the heating circuit.

sensor

heating cable

Location of the sensor when one heating cable is used

sensor

sensor

heating cable heating cable Location of the sensor when the heating cable is inside the pipe

heating cable Location of the sensor when two or more heating cables are used


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Frost protection of rainwater drainage systems In rainwater drainage systems, the heating cables are installed in the bottom of horizontal gutters in drainpipes and when needed in the rainwater drainage systems.

Design and installation The self-regulating Optiheat15/30 cable is recommended for installation in drainpipes so that a loop is formed in the pipe’s lower end. If the drainpipe is very long or if it has bends, one-way cabling is used. If the drainpipe is located in the end of the gutter, the cable in the gutter should be extended so that it reaches the lower end of the drainpipe. Strain reliefs VP300 are installed in the top end of the drainpipes. In rainwater drainage systems, the heating cables must be installed below the ground’s freezing level. If this is not possible, other means must be used to ensure that the pipes cannot freeze at any point. The free flow of water throughout the whole system must be ensured. The lengths of the horizontal parts and the heights and numbers of drainpipes should be calculated when designing a frost protection system for rainwater gutters using the self-regulated Optiheat15/30 heating cable. A rainwater gutter 100 – 150 mm wide and a drainpipe of diameter 100 – 150 mm requires approximately 30 – 60 W/meter of gutter. If the gutter is more than 150 mm wide, the calculated power is 200 W/m2 in normal conditions. If the

area is in sunlight during the day, the melted snow may turn into ice during the night. Snow melting due to poor roof insulation freezes during the night or if the water runs in the shade. These issues must be noted when designing the heating system. Allowed maximum heating power loads and maximum temperatures of gutters should be checked with the manufacturer. All rainwater gutters and pipes must be cleaned of leaves and other debris during autumn to achieve maximum benefit from the heating. If the system is not well cleaned, the heating cable’s condition might deteriorate, affecting the system’s operation. The cables of the rainwater drainage system are protected by a 30 mA RCCB.

Example The rainwater system has one horizontal gutter, of a length of 16 meters, and three drainpipes as per the drawing. The first and third drainpipe are 7 meters long and the second has more bends and is 9 meters long. The supply cable enters a junction box near the second drainpipe and the distances from this junction box to the first and third pipe are 5 and 10 meters. The maximum installation length of the Optiheat

15/30 cable for a 10 A fuse is 60 meters and for a 16 A fuse, 80 meters when switched on at 0 ºC. See the table on page 42. The required amount of Optiheat 15/30 cable and its accessories: Optiheat15/30: 2 x 7 m + 6 m + 9 m + 10 m + 7 m = 46 m EFPLP2: 3 pieces VP300: 4 pieces


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Frost protection of water pipes

All pipes and plumbing for a house should be protected with heating cables to prevent problems and damage caused by freezing. A variety of products suitable for frost protection of pipes are available from Ensto’s wide product range. The maximum power of a heating cable inside a plastic pipe is 10 W/m. Selfregulated cables with more power or multiple cables, can be used in larger pipes. The heating power can be higher in metallic pipes. In addition, self-regulated Optiheat25 cable or the Tash series resistance cable can be used. When the cable is installed inside a pipe it lies on the bottom of the pipe. If the supply runs from the top of the pipe end there is no need to fix the cable end in any way. When the supply comes from the bottom end of the pipe, you should fasten the cable end to prevent it from moving. The self-regulated Optiheat cable or the factory-made Plug’n Heat element equipped with a Euro plug can be used when the heating is installed inside a water pipe. The Optiheat9 and the Plug’n Heat heating cables have fluoro­polymer sheaths and are tested for use with food so they can be installed also inside drinking water pipes. The heating cables are installed in the pipe with a pressure resistant lead-through EFPLV 1. The maximum installation length of an Optiheat cable is determined by the installation method and the switchon temperature of the heating cable (see the table on page 42).

a Euro plug. If the cable is installed on the pipe surface, it can be fixed with heat resistant LT20 tape round the pipe and the heating cable at intervals of approximately 30 cm. Contact between the cable and pipe must be ensured. To even the temperature the cable can also be attached with ALU50 aluminium tape, parallel to the pipe. The SV10 galvanised mesh can also be used for fixing the cable. The heating cable should not be installed to the bottom of the pipe, but slightly to one side in accordance with the drawing. The easy-to-use ELS2000 thermostat is best suited for controlling frost protection of pipes. When the heating cable is installed inside the pipe, the sensor should be installed near the top of the pipe. If the heating cable is on the outside of the pipe, the sensor should be installed on the opposite side.

When the heating is being used to prevent water meters and pipes from freezing, the self-regulated Optiheat cables should be installed according to the drawing. When the plumbing work has been completed, frost protection can be easily performed using the Plug’n Heat element equipped with


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Structure of frost protection cables

Tash heating cables Tash series resistance cables are generally used for frost protection of outside areas. They can also be used for frost protection of long pipes and for floor heating in industrial halls. These cables must be protected against mechanical stress. Ensto supplies both single and twin-conductor cables.

Single-conductor Tash cable 1. Sheath 2. Copper shielding 3. Insulator 4. Conductor The cable can be installed in sand, concrete, water and on the surfaces of many kinds of pipes., Common applications for Tash cables are: • walkways and pavements • stairs and ramps for the disabled • driveways, loading bays and parking spaces for aeroplanes • footways and pedestrian crossings • covered areas upon which snow can fall

Twin-conductor Tash cable 1. Sheath 2. Copper shielding 3. Tape 4. Insulator 5. Conductors

Maximum loads, Tash: - Concrete 30 W/m - Sand 25 W/m - Water 50 W/m - Surface of a metal pipe 20 W/m

Optiheat heating cables These self-regulated heating cables are used for frost protection of rainwater and drinking water pipes, roofs and rainwater drainage systems. They can also be used for frost protection of stairs and for floor heating of small areas. The output of self-regulated cables changes as conditions change. Since the cable attemps to keep the conductor temperature constant, the cable output increases wherever more heat output is required. The output per length unit is not consistent, since the power changes according to the conditions along the cable.

ing to the maximum installation lengths. When sizing fuse protection for self-regulated cables, the variation in output according to temperature must be taken into account. The heating cable current will be large when it is switched on in cold circumstances, but the current will decrease as the cable warms up. If the fuse is underrated, it will blow. Size the protection according to the lowest operating temperature! Protection device for graph C. MAXimum INSTALLATION LENGHTS

1. Sheath 2. Shielding 3. Insulator 4. Bonded jacket 5. Self-regulated core material 6. Conductors Self-regulated cables can be cut to desired length, but always adher-

10 A 16 A OPTIHEAT9 On the surface of a pipe + 10 °C 100 m Inside of a pipe + 10 °C 60 m OPTIHEAT10 On the surface of a pipe + 10 °C 140 m 205 m On the surface of a pipe - 15 °C 90 m 140 m OPTIHEAT15/30 On the surface of a pipe + 10 °C 140 m 139 m On the surface of a pipe ± 10 °C 95 m 139 m On the surface of a pipe - 15 °C 78 m 122 m On the surface of a pipe - 25 °C 70 m 113 m In ice water 60 m 80 m OPTIHEAT25 On the surface of a pipe + 10 °C 55 m 88 m Inside of a pipe + 10 °C 40 m 60 m Maximum cable installation lengths for certain switch-on temperatures when the cable surface and surrounding temperature are the same


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Underfloor Heating EFH Tassu-underfloor heating cables By using TASSU underfloor heating cables, a direct or partial storage floor heating can be carried out. The direct underfloor heating is used in wet or damp areas, where the floormaterial is of low thermal resistant, e.g. clinker. The direct underfloor heating is suitable also in other areas as the only heating form. The partial storage underfloor heating is used for example in living rooms and kitchens. The output per square meter should be 80-150 W/ m², the installation distance 15 – 25 cm and the installation depth 5-10 cm. The heating cable is a preterminated twin-conductor cable with a PVC sheath. The lowest installation temperature is -15 °C. The output of the cable is 10W/m with a nominal voltage of 230V. The heating cable is supplied with a cold lead of 2.5 meter. TYPE TASSU2 TASSU3 TASSU4 TASSU6 TASSU9 TASSU12 TASSU16 TASSU18 TASSU22

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 682 639 64 186 77 631 696 64 100 81 682 646 64 100 81 682 653 64 100 81 682 660 64 100 81 682 677 64 100 81 682 684 64 100 81 682 189 64 100 81 682 691

DESCRIPTION Tassu, 240 W, 11 m, 1,5-3 m² Tassu, 300 W, 15 m, 2-3,5 m² Tassu, 440 W, 20 m, 3-5 m² Tassu, 600 W, 29 m, 4,5-7,5 m² Tassu, 900 W, 40 m, 6-11 m² Tassu, 1200 W, 54 m, 8-15 m² Tassu, 1600 W, 72 m, 11-20 m² Tassu, 1800 W, 86 m, 12-22 m² Tassu, 2200 W, 106 m, 15-27 m²

PACK QTY 1/60 1/60 1/60 1/60 1/60 1/30 1/30 1/30 1/30

Tassu S -underfloor heating cables The TASSU S underfloor heating cables are used in plasterboard floors, wooden floors and in renovation resorts, where the cable is installed on top of the old floor. The output per square meter should be 70 – 100 W/m², the installation distance 9 – 20 cm and the installation depth 2.5 cm. The heating cable is a preterminated twin-conductor cable with a PVC sheath. The lowest installation temperature is -15 °C. The output of the cable is 10W/m with a nominal voltage of 230V. The heating cable is supplied with a cold lead of 2.5 meter. TYPE TASSU1S TASSU3S TASSU4S TASSU6S TASSU8S TASSU11S

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 682 806 64 100 81 682 820 64 100 81 682 844 64 100 81 682 868 64 100 81 682 882 64 100 81 682 905

DESCRIPTION Tassu S, 165 W, 16 m, 1,5-2 m² Tassu S, 300 W, 29 m, 2-3,5 m² Tassu S, 400 W, 42 m, 3,5-5 m² Tassu S, 600 W, 59 m, 5-7 m² Tassu S, 800 W, 79 m, 7-9 m² Tassu S, 1100 W, 106 m, 8-12 m²

PACK QTY 1/30 1/30 1/30 1/30 1/30 1/30

StepKit - underfloor heating cable kit The StepKit is designed to be used as floor heating in small and cramped areas. The kit may be used together with a wide range of floor material. The heating cable as the rest of the products in the StepKit, are halogenfree. The sizes of StepKit covers an area of 1 – 9.5 m². The StepKit contains heating cable, a thermostat, flexible installation conduit, installation tape and cover plates compatible with JUSSI- and ELKO - electrical fittings. The thermostat, ECO10FSJ+E, has a operating range of 10 – 35 °C. IP31. TYPE EFHSK1 EFHSK15 EFHSK2 EFHSK3 EFHSK4 EFHSK5 EFHSK6 EFHSK8

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 631 887 64 186 77 631 894 64 186 77 631 900 64 186 77 631 917 64 186 77 631 924 64 186 77 631 931 64 186 77 631 948 64 186 77 631 955

DESCRIPTION StepKit 120 W, 12,5 m, 0,8-1,5 m² StepKit 160 W, 16,5 m, 1,1-2,0 m² StepKit 215 W, 22,5 m, 1,5-2,5 m² StepKit, 290 W, 30,0 m, 2,0-3,5 m² StepKit, 390 W, 39,0 m, 2,5-5,0 m² StepKit, 475 W, 48,0 m, 3,5-6,0 m² StepKit, 640 W, 65,0 m, 4,5-8,0 m² StepKit, 780 W, 80,0 m, 5,5-10,0 m²

PACK QTY 1/60 1/60 1/60 1/60 1/30 1/30 1/30 1/30

StepMat-heating mat StepMat is a flexible and simple solution for both new and old premises. StepMat is the best solution for convenience underfloor heating and floor heating in both dry and damp indoor conditions. Although its output, 100W/m², is dimensioned for normal size dwellings, options of higher effect (150W/m²) are also available for less insulated premises with concrete, stone or clinker flooring, where additional heating is required. The output of the cable is 10W/m with a nominal voltage of 230V. StepMat is supplied with a cold lead of 3.0 meter. The lowest installation temperature is +5 °C. The width of the StepMat is 0.46 meter. TYPE EFHS100.1 EFHS100.15 EFHS100.2 EFHS100.3 EFHS100.4 EFHS100.5 EFHS100.7 EFHS150.1 EFHS150.2 EFHS150.3 EFHS150.4 EFHS150.5

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 630 620 64 186 77 630 637 64 186 77 630 644 64 186 77 630 651 64 186 77 630 668 64 186 77 630 675 64 186 77 630 750 64 186 77 630 699 64 186 77 630 712 64 186 77 630 729 64 186 77 630 736 64 186 77 630 743

DESCRIPTION StepMat100, 100 W, 1 m² StepMat100, 150 W, 1.5 m² StepMat100, 200 W, 2 m² StepMat100, 300 W, 3 m² StepMat100, 400 W, 4 m² StepMat100, 500 W, 5 m² StepMat100, 700 W, 7 m² StepMat150, 150 W, 1 m² StepMat150, 300 W, 2 m² StepMat150, 450 W, 3 m² StepMat150, 600 W, 4 m² StepMat150, 750 W, 5 m²

PACK QTY 1/40 1/40 1/40 1/18 1/18 1/18 1/18 1/40 1/40 1/40 1/18 1/18


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Underfloor Heating EFH Ella-self-regulating underfloor heating cables The ELLA cable elements made of self-regulating cable are only recommended for small spaces such as air locks and toilets. It is recommended to use a thermostat, as ECO10F, for regulating the heat. Nominal voltage 230V. Cold lead of 2.5 meter. TYPE ELLA3 ELLA5 ELLA7 ELLA10 ELLA13

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 688 204 64 100 81 688 211 64 100 81 688 228 64 100 81 688 235 64 100 81 688 242

DESCRIPTION Selflimiting cable Ella, 70 W, 3.5 m Selflimiting cable Ella, 100 W, 5 m Selflimiting cable Ella, 140 W, 7 m Selflimiting cable Ella, 200 W, 10 m Selflimiting cable Ella, 260 W, 13 m

PACK QTY 1/24 1/24 1/24 1/24 1/24

Fixing equipment Cable fixing strip XBC1230 is used for fixing the underfloor heating cable. TYPE XBC1230

EAN-CODE 64 100 13 290 024

DESCRIPTION Galvanised attachment ribbon 20 m, installation gap 30 mm

PACK QTY 1/10

Panel Heaters EPH Taso A pleasant combination heater designed for homes and holiday homes. The surface temperature of the heaters is less than 70 °C. The heater is equipped with an electronic thermostat (6 – 30 ºC) with a possibility of stepless temperature reduction control (2 – 20 ºC) from the set value. Max load 1900 W (master + slave). The heaters are double-insulated, class II, separate earthing is not required. IP 20. FI, CCA, GOST-R. TYPE TASO2 TASO3 TASO5 TASO8 TASO10 TASO12

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 272 403 64 100 81 272 410 64 100 81 272 427 64 100 81 272 434 64 100 81 272 441 64 100 81 272 458

DESCRIPTION Taso-heater, 200 W Taso-heater, 350 W Taso-heater, 550 W Taso-heater, 800 W Taso-heater, 1000 W Taso-heater, 1200 W

PACK QTY 1/72 1/48 1/28 1/24 1/28 1/28

Lista A pleasant combination heater designed for homes and holiday homes. The surface temperature of the heaters is less than 70 °C. The heater is equipped with an electronic thermostat (6 – 30 ºC) with a possibility of stepless temperature reduction control (2 – 20 ºC) from the set value. Max load 1900 W (control unit + slave). The heaters are double-insulated, class II, separate earthing is not required. Height 200 mm. Surface 80 mm from the wall. IP 20. FI, CCA, GOST-R. TYPE LISTA2 LISTA3 LISTA5 LISTA7 LISTA9

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 222 453 64 100 81 222 460 64 100 81 222 477 64 100 81 222 484 64 100 81 222 491

DESCRIPTION Lista-heater, 200 W Lista-heater, 350 W Lista-heater, 500 W Lista-heater, 700 W Lista-heater, 900 W

PACK QTY 1/44 1/43 1/44 1/54 1/54

Peta A cover-up protected heater, for instance for clothes closets. Surface temperature less than 70 ºC. The heater is equipped with an electronic thermostat (6 – 30 ºC) with a possibility of stepless temperature reduction control (2 – 20 ºC) from the set value. Max load 1900 W (control unit + slave). The heaters are double-insulated, class II, separate earthing is not required. Height 200 or 400 mm. Surface 80 mm from the wall. IP 20. FI, CCA, GOST-R. TYPE PETA2 PETA3

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 222 606 64 100 81 222 613

DESCRIPTION Peta-heater, 200 W Peta-heater, 350 W

PACK QTY 1/56 1/48


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Panel Heaters EPH Roti The splashproof ROTI heaters are designed for damp and wet conditions. Surface temperature less than 70 ºC. The heater is equipped with an electronic thermostat (6 – 30 ºC) with a possibility of stepless temperature reduction control (2 – 20 ºC) from the set value. Max load 1400 W (control unit + slave). The heaters are doubleinsulated, class II, separate earthing is not required. In the range there are suitable heaters for bathrooms and washing rooms, saunas, basements and garages. Height 400 mm. Surface 80 mm from the wall. IP 24. FI, CCA, GOST-R. TYPE ROTI1 ROTI3 ROTI5 ROTI7

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 222 750 64 100 81 222 767 64 100 81 222 774 64 100 81 222 781

DESCRIPTION Roti-heater, 150 W Roti-heater, 350 W Roti-heater, 500 W Roti-heater, 700 W

PACK QTY 1/36 1/48 1/28 1/24

Taso-slave heaters The Taso-parallel heaters are to be used in connection with the Taso-heaters. The Taso parallel heaters are double insulated, class II. The parallel heaters are indicated with /O-marks in the EAN-CODE. The maximum output of the control unit+slave is maximum 1900 W. IP20. FI, CCA, GOST-R. TYPE TASO2.0 TASO3.0 TASO5.0 TASO8.0 TASO10.0 TASO12.0

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 272 496 64 100 81 272 502 64 100 81 272 519 64 100 81 272 526 64 100 81 272 533 64 100 81 272 540

DESCRIPTION Taso-parallel heater, 200W Taso-parallel heater, 350 W Taso-parallel heater, 550 W Taso-parallel heater, 800 W Taso-parallel heater, 1000 W Taso-parallel heater, 1200 W

PACK QTY 1/12 1/48 1/28 1/24 1/28 1/28

Lista-slave heaters The Lista parallel heaters are double insulated, class II. When planning the heating, one must pay attention to the fact that the maximum load for the heater's thermostat is 2300 W. The parallel heaters are indicated with /Omarks in the EAN-CODE. Height 200 m, surface 80 mm from the wall. IP20. FI, CCA, GOST-R. TYPE LISTA2.0 LISTA3.0 LISTA5.0 LISTA7.0 LISTA9.0

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 222 156 64 100 81 222 163 64 100 81 222 170 64 100 81 222 187 64 100 81 222 194

DESCRIPTION Lista-parallel heater, 200 W Lista-parallel heater, 350 W Lista-parallel heater, 500 W Lista-parallel heater, 700 W Lista-parallel heater, 900 W

PACK QTY 1/26 1/27 1/44 1/27 1/27

Tupa-equipment Equipment for Taso, Lista, Peta, Roti-heaters. ELTE 4 -thermostat is fixed to the heater with four screws. The connection cable with strain relief is equipped with an earthed Euro-plug. TYPE ELTE4 ELTE3 LJOH

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 222 866 64 100 81 222 859 64 186 77 603 976

DESCRIPTION Thermostat ELTE4 Thermostat to Tupa-heaters manufctured before 1996 Connection cable kit to Tupa heaters, 1.5 meter

PACK QTY 1/14 1/14 1/25

Opera-heaters with electronic thermostat and connection box The Opera-heaters are elegant,high quality and secure. They suit permanent homes, summer houses and cottages. The heaters are equipped with an electronic thermostat (6 – 30 ºC)ensuring silent and accurate operation. The heater is equipped with a connection box. Temperature reduction of 5 ºC from the set temperature.Can be installed both in dry and wet areas. Surface temperature less than 70 ºC. Automatic overheating protection. Nominal voltage 230V or 400V. IP 23. FI, CCA, GOST-R. TYPE EPHOE02B EPHOE05B EPHOE07B EPHOE10B EPHOE12B EPHOE15B EPHOE17B EPHOE20B

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 630 040 64 186 77 630 057 64 186 77 630 064 64 186 77 630 071 64 186 77 630 088 64 186 77 630 095 64 186 77 630 101 64 186 77 630 118

DESCRIPTION Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 250 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 500 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 750 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 1000 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 1250 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 1500 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 1750 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 2000 W

PACK QTY 1/40 1/30 1/30 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/26 1/26


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Panel Heaters EPH Opera-heaters with electronic thermostat and Euro plug The Opera-heaters are elegant,high quality and secure. They suit permanent homes, summer houses and cottages. The heaters are equipped with an electronic thermostat (6 – 30 ºC)ensuring silent and accurate operation. The heater is equipped with a Euro plug. Can be installed both in dry and wet areas. Surface temperature less than 70 ºC. Automatic overheating protection. Nominal voltage 230V or 400V. IP 23. FI, CCA, GOST-R. TYPE EPHOE02P EPHOE05P EPHOE07P EPHOE10P EPHOE12P EPHOE15P EPHOE17P EPHOE20P

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 630 125 64 186 77 630 132 64 186 77 630 149 64 186 77 630 156 64 186 77 630 163 64 186 77 630 170 64 186 77 630 187 64 186 77 630 194

DESCRIPTION Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and plug, 250 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and plug, 500 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and plug, 750 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and plug, 1000 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and plug, 1250 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and plug, 1500 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and plug, 1750 W Opera-heater with electronic thermostat and plug, 2000 W

PACK QTY 1/40 1/30 1/30 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/26 1/26

Opera-heaters with mechanical thermostat and Euro plug The Opera-heaters are elegant,high quality and secure. They suit permanent homes, summer houses and cottages. The heaters are equipped with a mechanic thermostat (6 – 30 ºC)ensuring accurate operation. The heater is equipped with a Euro plug. Can be installed both in dry and wet areas. Surface temperature less than 70 ºC. Automatic overheating protection. Nominal voltage 230V or 400V. IP 23. FI, CCA, GOST-R. TYPE EPHOM02P EPHOM05P EPHOM07P EPHOM10P EPHOM12P EPHOM15P EPHOM17P EPHOM20P

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 630 200 64 186 77 630 217 64 186 77 630 224 64 186 77 630 231 64 186 77 630 248 64 186 77 630 255 64 186 77 630 262 64 186 77 630 279

DESCRIPTION Opera-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 250 W Opera-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 500 W Opera-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 750 W Opera-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 1000 W Opera-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 1250 W Opera-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 1500 W Opera-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 1750 W Opera-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 2000 W

PACK QTY 1/40 1/30 1/30 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/26 1/26

Beta heaters with electronic thermostat and connection box Beta convector heater with a electronic thermostat (5 – 30 ºC) and a connection box. The electronic thermostat ensures a silent and smooth operation of the heater. The heater can be installed in all dry areas of the house. A fixed temperature reduction of 5 ºC from the set temperature is possible. The accuracy of the thermostat is +/- 0.2 ºC. Thanks to the control wheel and a simple scale, adjusting the temperature is easy. The surface temperature is less than 60 ºC. Height of the heater is 39 cm. Nominal voltage 230 V + 10%, -15%. Protection class IP21. FI. TYPE EPHBE05B EPHBE07B EPHBE10B EPHBE15B EPHBE20B

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 632 020 64 186 77 632 037 64 186 77 632 044 64 186 77 632 051 64 186 77 632 068

DESCRIPTION Beta-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 500 W Beta-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 750 W Beta-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 1000 W Beta-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 1500 W Beta-heater with electronic thermostat and connection box, 2000 W

PACK QTY 1/30 1/30 1/20 1/20 1/26

Beta-heaters with mechanical thermostat and Euro plug Beta convector heater with a mechanical thermostat(6 – 36 ºC) and Euro plug are durable and reliable. The heater can be installed in all dry areas of the house. The accuracy of the thermostat is +/- 0.5 ºC. Thanks to the control wheel and a simple scale, adjusting the temperature is easy. The surface temperature is less than 60 ºC. Height of the heater is 39 cm. Nominal voltage 230 V +10%, -15%. Protection class IP21. TYPE EPHBM05P EPHBM07P EPHBM10P EPHBM15P EPHBM20P

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 631 832 64 186 77 631 849 64 186 77 631 856 64 186 77 631 863 64 186 77 631 870

DESCRIPTION Beta-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 500 W Beta-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 750 W Beta-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 1000 W Beta-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 1500 W Beta-heater with mechanical thermostat and plug, 2000 W

PACK QTY 1/30 1/30 1/20 1/20 1/26


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Ceiling Heating ECH Teval-ceiling heating The Ensto Ceiling Heating is a direct electric heating system. The heating elements heat the suspended ceiling which radiates warmth on to the surfaces of the room: floors, walls and furniture. The Ensto Ceiling Heating is suitable for living areas such as apartments, offices, daycare centers, hospitals, etc. It is also suitable for damp or wet conditions such as bathrooms and swimmingpool areas. As ceiling heating is invisible it gives you free hands for interior design. Thanks to the comparatively easy installation it can be installed during renovation. TYPE TEVAL60205 TEVAL60230 TEVAL60270 TEVAL60310 TEVAL60350 TEVAL60400 TEVAL90140 TEVAL90180 TEVAL90235 TEVAL90270 TEVAL120105 TEVAL120135 TEVAL120175 TEVAL120200 TEVAL120270

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 096 207 64 100 81 096 214 64 100 81 096 221 64 100 81 096 238 64 100 81 096 245 64 100 81 096 252 64 100 81 096 405 64 100 81 096 412 64 100 81 096 429 64 100 81 096 436 64 100 81 096 603 64 100 81 096 610 64 100 81 096 627 64 100 81 096 634 64 100 81 096 658

DESCRIPTION Ceiling heating element, 60 x 205 cm, total output 185 W Ceiling heating element, 60 x 230 cm, total output 210 W Ceiling heating element, 60 x 270 cm, total output 245 W Ceiling heating element, 60 x 310 cm, total output 280 W Ceiling heating element, 60 x 350 cm, total output 315 W Ceiling heating element, 60 x 400 cm, total output 360 W Ceiling heating element, 90 x 140 cm, total output 185 W Ceiling heating element, 90 x 180 cm, total output 245 W Ceiling heating element, 90 x 235 cm, total output 315 W Ceiling heating element, 90 x 270 cm, total output 360 W Ceiling heating element, 120 x 105 cm, total output 185 W Ceiling heating element, 120 x 135 cm, total output 245 W Ceiling heating element, 120 x 175 cm, total output 315 W Ceiling heating element, 120 x 200 cm, total output 360 W Ceiling heating element, 120 x 270 cm, total output 490 W

PACK QTY 1/70 1/70 1/70 1/70 1/35 1/30 1/20 1/20 1/15 1/15 1/15 1/15 1/15 1/15 1/15

Essi i -radiant heaters Reliable radiant heaters designed especially for industrial sites and warehouses. Minimum installation height 3 m. Protection class IP44. Possibility for wiring in series. Nominal voltage Essi i 12 – 24 230 V, Essi i 30 and 36 400 V. TYPE ECHEI12 ECHEI18 ECHEI24 ECHEI30 ECHEI36

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 630 576 64 186 77 630 583 64 186 77 630 590 64 186 77 630 606 64 186 77 630 613

DESCRIPTION Radiant heater, ESSI-I 12, 1200W/230V Radiant heater, ESSI-I 18, 1800W/230V Radiant heater, ESSI-I 24, 2400W/230V Radiant heater, ESSI-I 30, 3000W/400V Radiant heater, ESSI-I 36, 3600W/400V

PACK QTY 1/40 1/24 1/24 1/20 1/20

Frost Protection Systems EFP Ulla300 -cable heating mat Factory-made and tested Ulla300-cable heating mats for preventing vehicle access ramps, entrances and pavements from freezing. Can be rapidly and easily laid in concrete, sand and asphalt. A ready-to-connect mat is easy to lay in place, the gaps always being correct. It can be shaped without cutting the installations strips. The output is 300 W/m². Nominal voltage 230 V. Standard width of mats are 0,95 m, and lenghts at 1-m intervals from 1 to 12 m. Cold ends MCMK 5 meter and length of mat + 5 m. TYPE ULLA300.1 ULLA300.2 ULLA300.3 ULLA300.4 ULLA300.5 ULLA300.6 ULLA300.7 ULLA300.8 ULLA300.9 ULLA300.10 ULLA300.11 ULLA300.12

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 688 013 64 100 81 688 020 64 100 81 688 037 64 100 81 688 044 64 100 81 688 051 64 100 81 688 068 64 100 81 688 075 64 100 81 688 082 64 100 81 688 099 64 100 81 688 105 64 100 81 688 112 64 100 81 688 129

DESCRIPTION Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 1 m, total output 300 W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 2 m, total output 600W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 3 m, total output 900 W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 4 m, total output 1200 W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 5 m, total output 1500 W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 6 m, total output 1800 W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 7 m, total output 2100 W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 8 m, total output 2400 W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 9 m, total output 2700 W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 10 m, total output 3000 W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 11 m, total output 3300 W Ulla cable heating mat, 0,95 x 12 m, total output 3600 W

PACK QTY 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6


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Frost Protection Systems EFP Plug’n Heat -heating cable A cable, fitted with a plug, for keeping piping, water meters and other frost-prone places ice-free. The heating cable is a self-regulating cable, making a thermostat unnecessary. It can also be installed inside drinking water pipes. Length of connection lead 2.5 m. Power rating 9 W/m. Voltage 230 V. IP 68. TYPE EFPPH2 EFPPH4 EFPPH6 EFPPH10 EFPPH15 EFPPH20

EAN-CODE 64 100 81 684 220 64 100 81 684 244 64 100 81 684 268 64 100 81 684 305 64 100 81 684 350 64 100 81 684 404

DESCRIPTION Plug'n Heat frost protection cable, 2 m, 18 W Plug'n Heat frost protection cable, 4 m, 36 W Plug'n Heat frost protection cable, 6 m, 54 W Plug'n Heat frost protection cable, 10 m, 90 W Plug'n Heat frost protection cable, 15 m, 135 W Plug'n Heat frost protection cable, 20 m, 180 W

PACK QTY 1/24 1/24 1/24 1/24 1/24 1/24

Tash single-conductor heating cables The TASH single-conductor series resistant cables are designed for keeping outdoor areas, pipes and containers icefree. Outer sheath of synthetic rubber resistant to chemicals. Max loading 30 W/m (concrete), 25 W/m (sand), 20 W/m (pipe surface).Operating temperature under current 80 ºC, momentarily 160 ºC. Max voltage 500 V. Min. bending radius 5x outside diameter of cabel. TYPE TASH10 TASH3 TASH1.5 TASH1 TASH0.82 TASH0.65 TASH0.45 TASH0.32 TASH0.21 TASH0.17 TASH0.1

EAN-CODE 64 100 04 301 647 64 100 04 301 616 64 100 04 301 609 64 100 04 301 661 64 100 04 301 586 64 100 04 301 593 64 100 04 301 579 64 100 04 301 326 64 100 04 301 517 64 100 04 301 562 64 100 04 301 500

DESCRIPTION Tash-series resistant cable, 10 ohm/m Tash-series resistant cable, 3 ohm/m Tash-series resistant cable, 1.5 ohm/m Tash-series resistant cable, 1.0 ohm/m Tash-series resistant cable, 0.82 ohm/m Tash-series resistant cable, 0.65 ohm/m Tash-series resistant cable, 0.45 ohm/m Tash-series resistant cable, 0.32 ohm/m Tash-series resistant cable, 0.21 ohm/m Tash-series resistant cable, 0.17 ohm/m Tash-series resistant cable, 0.1 ohm/m

PACK QTY 1/2000 1/2000 1/2000 1/2000 1/2000 1/2000 1/2000 1/2000 1/2000 1/2000 1/2000

Tash twin-conductor heating cables Twin-conductor heating cables have dead ends, which aids installation. Characteristics otherwise as per Tash single-conductor cables. TYPE TASH2X10 TASH2X0.82

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 631 290 64 186 77 631 283

DESCRIPTION Tash-series double-conductor resistant cable, 2x10 ohm/m Tash-series double-conductor resistant cable, 2x0.82 ohm/m

PACK QTY 1/2000 1/2000

Optiheat 9 For keeping drinking water pipes from freezing indoors and outdoors. Fluoropolymer sheath. Cable dimensions 7.3 x 5.3 mm. Min. bending radius 35 mm. TYPE EFPO9

EAN-CODE 64 100 04 313 091

DESCRIPTION Optiheat 9, output 9 W/m, green, 1000 m/drum

PACK QTY 1/1000

Optiheat 10 and 25 For preventing water pipes and drainpipes from freezing. Optiheat 10 is intended for plastic piping, whereas Optiheat 25 is intended for metal piping. Polyolefin sheath. Cables have a bonded jacket to ensure watertightness and mechanical durability. Cable dimensions 11.5 x 5.5 mm. Min. bending radius 25 mm. TYPE EFPO10 EFPO25

EAN-CODE 64 100 04 313 107 64 100 04 313 251

DESCRIPTION Optiheat 10, output 10 W/m, blue Optiheat 25, output 15 W/m, red

PACK QTY 1/1000 1/1000


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Optiheat 15/30 For keeping rainwater drainage systems, roofs and stairways from freezing. Can also be used for underfloor heating of small areas. Outer sheath of polyolefin, which is extremely resistant to UV radiation. Cables have a bonded jacket to ensure watertightness and mechanical durability. Cable dimensions 10.5 x 6.0 mm. Min. bending radius 25 mm. TYPE EFPO15

EAN-CODE 64 100 04 313 305

DESCRIPTION Optiheat 15, output 15 W/m, black

PACK QTY 1/1000

Tash connection accessories A cable can be connected either to a cold lead or to another heating cable using an XBM 302 shrink joint. An XBT 102 shrink joint can be used to to make a double- conductor cable watertight at the end. A XBM 303 branch joint kit can be used to join both ends of a double-conductor or single-conductor cable to the same joint cable. The joint cable can be either a MMJ or a MCMK. TYPE XBT102 XBM303 EFPLP4

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 603 976 64 186 77 603 976 64 186 77 630 767

DESCRIPTION End kit for Tash-cables Connection kit for Tash Jointing kit for single conductor Tash- and Lask heating cables

PACK QTY 1/20 1/20 1/50

Optiheat connection accessories EFPLP1 jointing kit containing joint and shrink accessories for the watertight extension of a cable by means of a connector cable (MMJ or MMCK) and a termiantion accessory. EFPLP2 jointing kit for connecting a heating cable to a junction box or a termiantion accessory. The cable is laid from the point of installation to the box either as it is or in a protective tube. The kit includes a cable-shaped rubber seal. EFPLV1 pressure resistant lead-through for laying Optiheat 9 and Plug'n Heat cables inside a water pipe. TYPE EFPLP1 EFPLP2 EFPLP3 EFPLV1

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 630 002 64 186 77 630 019 64 186 77 630 026 64 186 77 630 033

DESCRIPTION Extension sleeve + termination accessory Junction box + termination accessory Optiheat - Optiheat extension Lead-through for Optiheat 9-cable for water pipes

PACK QTY 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/12

Heating cable attachment accessories LT20 heat resistant tape for attaching a heating cable for piping. ALU50 aluminium tape, which is attached to the surface of the pipe in the same direction as the cable. SV10 is used for improving heat exchange to the pipe surface or valve. XBC1230 fixing strip, to which the heating cable is attached to ensure the correct gaps. PPN6 plastic mounting strip for attachment of Tash heating cable and assurance of correct gaps. PPN8 plastic mounting cable fixing strip for 2-conductor Tash heating cable attachment and to ensure correct gap. VP300 cable strain reliever for use when laying a heating cable in a drainpipe. TYPE LT20 ALU50 SV10 XBC1230 PPN6 PPN8 VP300

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 603 976 64 186 77 603 976 64 186 77 603 976 64 100 13 290 024 64 186 77 603 976 64 100 13 290 611 64 186 77 603 976

DESCRIPTION Heat resistant tape, 12 mm x 20 m Aluminium tape, 50 mm x 50 m Galvanized mesh, 50 mm x 10 m Galvanised attachment ribbon 20 m, installation gap 30 mm Plastic mounting strip Plastic mounting strip Strain reliever

PACK QTY 1/10 1/10 1/10 1/10 1/100 1/100 1/20

ECO Heating Control Underfloor heating thermostats Underfloor heating thermostats for temperature control in individual rooms. Nominal current 10 A res. Maximum load 10A. Temperature reduction of 4 °C with 230V control voltage. Nominal voltage 230V. Control range +10 °C…+60 °C. The NTC-sensor cable is 4 meter long, max Ø 7.5 mm, and can be extended up to 10 meter. Ambient temperature -20 ºC...+30 ºC. The thermostat has a two-pole switch. The termostats are compatible with JUSSI- and ELKO - electrical fittings. IP31. TYPE ECO10FJ ECO10FE ECO10FJ+E ECO10FJMP

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 630 774 64 186 77 630 781 64 186 77 630 835 64 186 77 630 828

DESCRIPTION PACK QTY Underfloor heating thermostat 10A, Jussi 1/540 Underfloor heating thermostat 10A, Elko 1/540 Underfloor heating thermostat 10A, Jussi + Elko 1/540 Multipack, 6 pcs. ECO10FJ underfloor heating thermostat, Jussi electrical fittings, 230V 1/8


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ECO Heating Control Room thermostats Room heating thermostats for temperature control in individual rooms. TYPE ECO10RJ

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 630 798

DESCRIPTION Room thermostat 10A, with Jussi electrical fittings

PACK QTY 1/540

Combination thermostats Combination thermostat can be used as a combination thermostat or only either as a room thermostat or floor heating thermostat. TYPE ECO16FRJ ECO16FRE ECO16FRJ+E

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 630 804 64 186 77 630 811 64 186 77 630 842

DESCRIPTION Combination thermostat, 16A, with Jussi electrical fittings, 230V Combination thermostat, 16A, with Eljo electrical fittings, 230V Combination thermostat, 16A, with Jussi electrical fittings, 230V

PACK QTY 1/540 1/540 1/540

Frost protection thermostats Fully automatic snow- and ice melting control unit. Heat- and humidity informations. LCD-display with continous information of temperature and humidity. Available versions in Finnish, Swedish, German and English. Diagnosis of faults and potential-free information in case of fault situation. Possibility of manual steering. DIN-rail mounting. 230 V. TYPE ECO900 ECOA901 ECOA902 ECOA903 ECOA904

EAN-CODE 64 186 77 630 866 64 186 77 630 873 64 186 77 630 880 64 186 77 630 897 64 186 77 630 903

ECOA905

64 186 77 630 910

DESCRIPTION PACK QTY Control device of frost protection in outdoor areas, ramps and roofs 1/1 Snow and ice sensor for ground installation 1/1 Humidity and temperature sensor for ground installation 1/1 Snow and ice sensor for rainwater guttering, Length 4 m, extend. to 50 m, 2 x1.5 mm² 1/1 Sensor for temperature measurement in gutters. Length 4 m, extend. to 50 m, 2 x1.5 mm² 1/1 Star-delta connection, which also monitors the state of the heating circuit. 1/1

ELS-2000 thermostat For frost protection control of pipes. The sensor is installed to the top surface of the pipe when the cable is used inside the pipe. When using the cable outside the pipe, the sensor must be installed opposite of the heating cable, to the presumably coldest spot. TYPE ELS2000

EAN-CODE 64 100 35 300 794

DESCRIPTION Electronic thermostat, 2300 W, for frost protection of drain pipes

PACK QTY 1/1

Mounting box ECOAC44 for the underfloor heating thermostat A mounting box for the ECO underfloor heating thermostat. Consists of three parts: the hinged cover, the moisture shield collar, and the shield plate for screws. 85x85 mm; distance of surface from wall 25 mm. IP 44. TYPE ECOAC44

EAN-CODE 64 100 35 300 909

DESCRIPTION Protective casing for ECO10F thermostat, IP44

PACK QTY 1/12


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Using the tables

Pipe heat loss table (W/pipe meter)

Pipe heat loss table A safety factor of 1.3-1.5, is added to the table values. The heat loss table indicates how much power is needed per pipe meter to keep the water from freezing. 1. The first column is the pipe outer diameter 2. The second column is the insulation thickness 3. The following five columns 20 °C - 60 °C are the temperature differences between the pipe and the surrounding air. If you want to keep the water from freezing and the outside temperature is - 30 °C, you must select the 40 °C column. The insulation heat conductivity used is 0.035 W/mK. (Stone wool +10 °C)

Example The plastic pipe outer diameter is 48 mm, the insulation thickness 50 mm and the temperature difference 35 °C. The calculated heat loss is 7.8 W/m. The safety factor selected is 1.4, so the calculated power equals to 7.8 x 1.4 = 10.92 W. Since the allowed maximum power of the heat cable per meter for plastic piping is 10 W/m, the Optiheat10 should be selected.

Tash cable tables The maximum installation lengths for certain loadings per meter are indicated for each cable. The table also indicates the heating power per meter. Values are measured for supply voltages 230 V and 400 V. For instance, the table can be used when determining which Tash heating cable is suitable for defrosting a certain pipe or an outside area.

Example An outside area (7.5 m ), with a selected defrosting power of 350 W/m2. The total power is 2625 W. The cable is installed in concrete, so the maximum power is 30 W/m. The table indicates which cable should be used to achieve the desired power with 30 W/m. The Tash 0.21 is suitable when the length is 95 meters and the total power is 2652 W. The heating power per area is 354 W/m2 and the installation spacing 8 cm. The cable is fixed to the reinforcement mesh with cable ties or with the PPN6 installation strip. 2

PIPE OUTER DIAMETER

INSULATION THICKNESS

Ø/mm mm

TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCE   TPIPE T SURROUNDING

20 °C

30 °C

40 °C

50 °C

60 °C 9.8

14

20

3.3

4.9

6.5

8.1

14

30

2.6

4.0

5.3

6.6

7.9

14

40

2.3

3.5

4.6

5.8

6.9

14

50

2.1

3.1

4.2

5.2

6.3

21

20

4.1

6.2

8.2

10.3

12.4

21

30

3.3

4.9

6.5

8.1

9.8

21

40

2.8

4.2

5.6

7.0

8.4

21

50

2.5

3.8

5.0

6.3

7.5

27

20

4.8

7.3

9.7

12.1

14.5 11.3

27

30

3.8

5.6

7.5

9.4

27

40

3.2

4.8

6.4

8.0

9.6

27

50

2.8

4.3

5.7

7.1

8.5

27

80

2.3

3.4

4.5

5.7

6.8

34

20

5.7

8.5

11.3

14.1

17.0

34

30

4.3

6.5

8.6

10.8

13.0

34

40

3.6

5.5

7.3

9.1

10.9

34

50

3.2

4.8

6.4

8.0

9.6

34

80

2.5

3.8

5.1

6.3

7.6

42

30

5.0

7.4

9.9

12.4

14.9

42

40

4.1

6.2

8.2

10.3

12.4

42

50

3.6

5.4

7.2

9.0

10.8

42

80

2.8

4.2

5.6

7.0

8.4

48

30

5.4

8.1

10.8

13.6

16.3

48

40

4.5

6.7

9.0

11.2

13.5

48

50

3.9

5.9

9.8

11.7

48

80

3.0

4.5

7.8 Example 6.0

60

30

6.3

9.5

7.5

9.0

12.7

15.9

19.0

60

40

5.2

7.8

10.4

13.0

15.6

60

50

4.5

6.7

9.0

11.2

13.5

60

80

3.4

5.1

6.8

8.5

10.2

76

30

7.6

11.3

15.1

18.9

22.7

76

40

6.1

9.2

12.2

15.3

18.3

76

50

5.2

7.9

10.5

13.1

15.7

76

80

3.9

5.8

7.8

9.7

11.6

76

100

3.4

5.1

6.8

8.5

10.2

89

30

8.5

12.8

17.1

21.3

25.6

89

40

6.9

10.3

13.7

17.1

20.6

89

50

5.8

8.8

11.7

14.6

17.5

89

80

4.3

6.4

8.6

10.7

12.8

89

100

3.7

5.6

7.5

9.3

11.2

114

30

10.4

15.6

20.8

26.0

31.2 24.8

114

40

8.3

12.4

16.5

20.7

114

50

7.0

10.5

14.0

17.5

21.0

114

80

5.0

7.5

10.0

12.5

15.0

114

100

4.3

6.5

8.7

10.9

13.0

168

40

11.3

16.9

22.6

28.2

33.9 28.3

168

50

9.4

14.1

18.8

23.5

168

80

6.6

9.9

13.1

16.4

19.7

168

100

5.6

8.4

11.2

14.0

16.8

168

120

5.0

7.4

9.9

12.4

14.9

219

40

14.1

21.2

28.3

35.3

42.4

219

50

11.7

17.5

23.4

29.2

35.1

219

80

8.0

12.0

16.0

20.0

24.1 20.3

219

100

6.8

10.2

13.6

16.9

219

120

5.9

8.9

11.9

14.9

17.8

273

40

17.1

25.7

34.2

42.8

51.3

273

50

14.1

21.1

28.2

35.2

42.3

273

80

9.5

14.3

19.1

23.8

28.6

273

100

8.0

12.0

16.0

20.0

24.0

273

120

7.0

10.5

13.9

17.4

20.9


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Lengths of Tash cables for a certain output/metre 20 ohm/m W/m 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 21 126 18 147 16 165 15 176 14 189 13 203 12 220 12 220 11 240 10 265 10 265 10 265 9 294

W/m 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 54 327 47 375 42 420 38 464 35 504 33 534 31 569 30 588 28 630 27 653 26 678 25 705 30 735

W/m 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 104 620 90 717 10 80 73 884 68 949 63 1024 60 1075 57 1132 54 1195 52 1241 50 1290 48 1344 46 1402

W/m 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 166 996 144 1148 129 1281 117 1413 109 1517 102 1621 96 1722 91 1817 87 1900 83 1992 80 2066 77 2147 74 2234

W/m 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 297 1781 257 2058 230 2300 210 2519 194 2727 182 2907 171 3094 163 3245 155 3413 148 3574

400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 35 219 32 253 28 283 26 310 24 33 22 358 21 379 20 400 19 420 18 438 18 456 17 473 16 490

10 ohm/m W/m 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 30 176 26 203 23 230 21 252 19 278 18 294 17 311 16 331 16 331 15 353 14 378 14 378 13 407

W/m 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 77 458 66 534 59 598 54 653 50 705 47 750 44 802 42 840 40 882 38 928 37 953 35 1008 34 1037

W/m 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 117 696 101 806 90 904 83 981 76 1071 71 1146 67 1215 64 1272 61 1334 58 1403 56 1453 54 1507 52 1565

W/m 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 205 1229 177 1423 159 1584 145 1737 124 1880 125 2015 118 2135 112 2249 107 2354 102 2470 98 2570 95 2652 92 2738

W/m 6 8 10 12

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 420 2519 364 2907 325 3255 297 3562

3 ohm/m 400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 94 566 82 653 73 730 67 800 62 864 58 924 54 980 52 1033 49 1083 47 1131 45 1178 44 1222 42 1265

1 ohm/m 230 V 400 V W/m LENGTH/m POWER/W LENGTH/m POWER/W 6 94 563 163 980 8 81 653 141 1130 10 73 725 126 1265 12 66 802 115 1386 14 61 867 107 1497 16 58 912 100 1600 18 54 980 94 1697 20 51 1037 89 1789 22 49 1080 85 1876 24 247 1126 82 1960 26 45 1176 78 2040 28 43 1230 76 2117 30 42 1260 73 2191

400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 203 1213 176 1399 157 1568 143 1721 133 1851 124 1985 117 2104 111 2218 106 2322 101 2437 97 2538 94 2619 91 2705

0,45 ohm/m 230 V 400 V W/m LENGTH/m POWER/W LENGTH/m POWER/W 6 140 840 243 1461 8 121 972 211 1687 10 108 1088 189 1886 12 99 1187 172 2066 14 92 1278 159 2231 16 86 1367 149 2385 18 81 1451 141 2530 20 77 1527 133 2667 22 73 1610 127 2797 24 70 1679 122 2921 26 67 1755 117 3040 28 65 1809 113 3155 30 63 1866 109 3266

0,21 ohm/m

0,1 ohm/m 400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 516 3098 447 3578 400 4000 365 4382 338 4733 316 5060 298 5367 283 5657 270 5933 258 6197

400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 133 800 115 924 103 1033 94 1131 87 1222 82 1306 77 1386 73 1461 70 1532 67 1600 64 1665 62 1728 60 1789

0,65 ohm/m

0,32 ohm/m 400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 289 1732 250 2000 224 2236 204 2449 189 2646 177 2828 167 3000 158 3162 151 3317 144 3464 139 3606 124 3742 129 3873

6 ohm/m 230 V 400 V W/m LENGTH/m POWER/W LENGTH/m POWER/W 6 38 232 67 400 8 33 267 58 462 10 30 294 52 516 12 27 327 47 566 14 25 353 44 611 16 23 383 41 653 18 22 401 38 693 20 21 420 37 730 22 22 441 35 766 24 19 464 33 800 26 18 490 32 833 28 18 490 31 864 30 17 519 30 894

1,5 ohm/m

0,82 ohm/m 400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 180 1082 156 1249 806 140 128 1530 118 1653 110 1767 104 1874 99 1975 94 2072 90 2164 87 2252 83 2337 81 2419

400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 52 310 45 358 40 400 37 438 34 473 32 506 30 537 28 566 27 593 26 620 25 645 24 669 23 693

400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 356 2138 309 2469 276 2760 252 3024 233 3266 218 3491 206 3703 195 3904 186 4094 178 4276 171 4451 165 Example 4619 159 4781

0,05 ohm/m 400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 730 4382 632 5060 566 5657 516 6197

0,17 ohm/m W/m 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

230 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 228 1365 197 1580 176 1768 161 1933 149 2088 139 2239 131 2375 125 2489 119 2615 114 2730 109 2855 105 2964 102 3151

400 V LENGTH/m POWER/W 396 2376 343 2744 307 3068 280 3361 259 3630 243 3881 229 4116 217 4339 207 4550 198 4753 190 4947 183 5134 177 5314

0,025 ohm/m 230 V 400 V W/m LENGTH/m POWER/W LENGTH/m POWER/W 6 594 3562 1033 6197


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Sizing heating systems using Tassu and Tassu S cables TASSU POWER /W

TASSU S CABLE length m

Tassu2 240

11

floor area m2

INSTALLATION square spacing cm power w/m2

POWER /W

INSTALLATION spacing cm

square power w/m2

14

160

9

18

120

Tassu1S 16 165

1,5

2

2

13

83

3

27

80

2

7

153

2

13

148

Tassu3 S

2,5

17

118

305

3

20

98

3,5

23

84

110

2,5

9

122

3

10

102

3,5

12

87

3,5

8

120 105

29

Tassu4

3

15

147

Tassu4 S

440

4

20

110

420

5

25

88

Tassu6

4

2

150

5

17

120

20

floor area m2

1,5

295 15

Tassu3

CABLE length m

4

10

4,5

11

93

5

12

84

5

9

119

5,5

9

108

6

10

99

6,5

11

92

7

12

85

42

600 29

6

21

100

7

24

86

Tassu6 S 595 59

6

15

150

7

18

129

7

9

116

Tassu9

8

20

113

7,5

10

109

Tassu8 S

102

9

23

100

900

40

10

25

90

815

11

28

82

8

10

8,5

11

96

9

11

91 86

79

8

15

150

9,5

12

9

17

133

10

13

82

Tassu12

10

19

120

8

8

139

1200 54

11

20

109

8,5

8

130

12

22

100

9

9

123

13

24

92

Tassu11

9,5

9

117

14

26

86

1109

10

9

111

15

28

80

10,5

10

106 101

106

10

14

160

11

10

11

15

145

11,5

11

96

12

17

133

12

11

92

Tassu16

13

18

123

1600 72

14

19

114

15

21

107

16

22

100

17

24

94

18

25

89

19

26

84

12

14

150

13

15

138

14

16

129

15

17

120

Tassu18

16

19

113

1800

17

20

106

18

21

100

86

19

22

95

20

23

90

21

24

86

22

26

82

15

14

147

16

15

138

17

16

129

18

17

122

19

18

116

Tassu22

20

20

110

2200

21

20

105

106

22

21

100

23

22

96

24

23

92

25

24

88

26

25

85

27

26

81

The installation spacings given are average values when the floor area is the area in which the cable is installed.

Recommended output W/m2 INSTALLATION heating PLACE method

TEMPERATURe difference  Tin Tout 40 °C 50 °C 60 °C

Bedroom

Partial storage

80

100

Living room

Partial storage

70

90

120 110

Kitchen

Direct

80

100

110 130

Bathroom

Direct

90

110

Entrance room

Direct

90

110

130

Warehouse

Partial storage

60

80

100

Garage

Partial storage

80

100

120

Guideline output figures for a sample house. The values are based on measurements, experience and optimising cosiness and comfort.


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Temperature/output graphs for Optiheat cables and maximum installation lengths W/m 40 38 36 34

OPTIHEAT25

32 30 28 26 24

OPTIHEAT15/30

22 20 18 OPTIHEAT10

16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 -30

-20

-10

0

10

20

30

40 째 C

Change of Optiheat10, Optiheat15 and Optiheat25 heating output when the surrounding temperature changes

W/m 20 18 16 14

OPTIHEAT9

12 10 8 6 4 2 -30

-20

-10

0

10

20

Change of Optiheat9 heating output when the surrounding temperature changes

30

40 째 C


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