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Do’s and Don’ts DO Carefully read this instruction manual before commencing installation. Consult our helpline or a competent professional if you are unsure how to proceed. Ensure the system is tested before, during and after installation. Plan your mat layout and installation so that any drilling after tiling (e.g. for sanitary ware) will not damage the wiring. Maintain a minimum gap of 50mm between wire runs and from conductive parts such as water pipes. Check that the mat is working immediately before commencing tiling. Take particular care when tiling not to dislodge or damage the heating wire. Ensure that during the course of the installation that no damage is caused by, for example, falling objects, sharp objects etc. Wear gloves to prevent irritation from the fibreglass mesh. Ensure the end cap and manufactured joint are under a full bed adhesive or levelling compound and covered with a tile. Ensure that a heat loss calculation has been carried out and heating requirements have been met if you are using the underfloor heating system as a primary source of heating. Ensure that the heaters are separated from other heat sources such as luminaires and chimneys. Ensure that the maximum thermal resistance of the floor does not exceed 0.15 [m²K / W]. Ensure that the control card at the back of the manual is completed and fixed at the main consumer unit along with any plans and electrical test records. As per the current BS7671:2008 17th Edition wiring regulations. DON’T Cut or shorten the heating element at any time. Commence installation on a concrete floor that has not been fully cured. Leave surplus matting rolled up under units or fixtures - USE THE CORRECT SIZE MAT. Install the mat on irregular surfaces such as stairs or up walls. Use staples to secure the the heating element to the subfloor. Run the floor sensor wire or power lead over or under the heating element or close to other heat sources such as hot water pipes. Connect two mats in series, only connect mats in parallel. Commence tiling before testing the mat. Switch on the installed mat until 8 days after fitting to allow the tile adhesive to dry completely. Install the mat in temperatures less than +5°C. Bend the heating cable under 25mm radius. Use the heating system to dry out levelling compound or adhesive. Tape over the end cap or manufactured joint. Attempt a DIY repair if you damage the heater. Contact Warmup on 0845 345 2288. If you accidentally damage a the heating mat BEFORE tiling,under the Warmup Safetynet guarantee you may return the damaged heater to Warmup, who will replace the heater FREE OF CHARGE. See details of the safety net warranty at the back of the manual. Floor Coverings This installation manual gives instruction for installation of the Warmup underfloor heating mat under ceramic, quarry or natural stone tiles. The maximum thermal resistance of the floor must not exceed 0.15 [m²K / W]. It is possible to install the heating element under floor finishes such as wood or vinyl by applying a self levelling compound over the heating mat .You must ensure that all heating cables are completely covered with a minimum of 10mm self levelling compound. It is important that the levelling compound is suitable for use with underfloor heating. NOTE: Delicate floor finishes such as wood or vinyl have a maximum floor surface temperature of 27°C. This temperature must NOT be exceeded. Please contact Warmup for further advice if you wish to install the underfloor heating mat under any floor finishes other than ceramic, quarry or natural stone tiles. 4

What You Need for Installation Components included in your Warmup SPM kit: • Warmup SPM Mat • Installation Manual Additional components needed as part of your Warmup heating installation: • A Warmup® Thermostat with floor sensor • 30mA Residual Current Device (RCD), required as part of all installations • Digital Multi-meter required for testing the resistance of the mat and floor sensor • Electrical housing, back boxes and junction boxes. (Back box for the thermostat must be at least 35mm deep) NOTE: Only Warmup® Thermostats should be used. Subfloor Preparation Wooden Subfloors • Ensure adequate underfloor ventilation • Existing floorboards need to be securely fixed and if necessary pre-levelled with a latex/cement self-levelling compound to give a flush fit for the subsequently applied WBP plywood (18mm) or an insulated tile backer board (10mm) (Warmup® Insulation Boards). • A rigid base is essential - Fixing WBP plywood or Warmup® Insulation Board to joists will not provide a suitable floor finish for accepting tiles. • Refer to BS5385: Part 3: 1999, clause 14.4 for more information on sealing the backs and edges of the WBP plywood before fixing. • The above recommendations apply to floors of small areas as advised in clause14.4 of BS 5385: Part 3: 1999. Concrete Subfloors • Ensure you use an extruded polystyrene building or tile backer board (Warmup® Insulation Board) if installing your mat onto a cement-based floor. • Fixing the board should be as per the manufacturer’s instructions. Testing the Heater • Electrical trunking/conduit for housing the power leads • Duct Tape (to secure the floor sensor and loose wires) • Scissors for cutting the fibreglass mesh • Gloves • Warmup® Insulation Boards. The heaters must be tested before, during and after tiling. We recommend the use of a digital multi-meter set to a range of 0-2 K ohms for testing. The resistance (ohms) of each mat should be measured. You should carry out the following tests and should expect the results detailed below: • Live to neutral should show the Ohms value listed in the table on page 2. A +/- 5% Ohm reading tolerance is allowed under manufacturing guidelines. Record the readings on the control card at the back of the manual. • Live to earth and neutral to earth should show infinity. NOTE: Due to the high resistance of the heating element, it may not be possible to get a continuity reading from the mat and as such, continuity testers are not recommended. When checking resistance, make sure your hands do not touch the meter’s probes as the measurement will include your internal body resistance and render the measurement inaccurate. If you do not get the expected results or at any time you believe there may be a problem, please contact Warmup’s Technical Team on 0845 345 2288 for guidance. Floor Sensor Ensure that the floor sensor is tested before the final floor finish has been laid. The floor sensor values can be found in the thermostat instructions. When testing the floor sensor ensure that the meter can read up to 20k ohms. 5

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