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O & M Manual

Electrical Safety

Electrical Safety Considerations As with all electrical projects governed by Part P regulations, all mains electrical connections must be undertaken by acertified electrician. All work must conform to current IEE Wiring Regulations. The Underfloor heating must be controlled via a floor sensor thermostat at all times. Power supply via fused spur /RCD. Warmup Thermostat Installing a Residual Current Device (RCD) Warmup® Underfloor Heating Mats must be wired via an 30mA RCD. You must install a dedicated RCD if one is not already present. You may wish to use a fused spur/RCD. No more than 4.8kW of heating may be connected to a single 30mA RCD. NOTE: It is possible to run the heater from an existing circuit. Consult a certified electrician to determine whether or not the circuit can handle the load and if it is RCD protected. Installing Electrical Boxes and Trunking You will require a deep (35-40mm) back box for the thermostat. If you are installing more than two heaters, a junction box will be required. The wiring from the heater to the thermostat should be protected by conduit or plastic trunking. Connecting the Thermostat The thermostat must be connected to the mains electrical supply via a double pole isolator fused spur or RCD that has a contact separation in all poles providing full disconnection under over-voltage category III conditions . The thermostat should be installed within the room to be heated. In most bathroom installations the thermostat cannot be located within the bathroom itself as the thermostat is IP20 rated and must be located outside of Zone 2. In such cases the thermostat must be fitted to the outside of an internal wall of the bathroom, as close to the under floor installation as possible. Warmup thermostats are rated up to 16 amps. For larger installations exceeding 16 amps multiple thermostats or a suitable contactor will be required. For further advice contact Warmup on 0845 345 2288. Once the electrical connections have been made and the system has been tested, the electrician must complete the control card at the back of this installation manual. As per BS7671:2008 this information must be displayed at or near to the consumer unit. How You Can Modify the Mat Power Lead (coldtail) Warmup heating mat NOTE: Always run the power supply cable and floor sensor cable in separate conduit /trunking In order to fit your mat into a specific area, it may be necessary to cut and turn the mat (examples below). NEVER cut the heating element. When cutting and flipping the mat take care not to cut or damage the heating cable. D C Floor Sensor B A E Check mat size Please take a moment to double-check that your plan has the proper room dimensions and that you have the correct size and proper number of mats. Mats should run backwards and forwards between walls and obstructions as shown in the examples. Depending on insulation, air-flow & overall heat-loss within the room, additional heating may be required. Thermostat Thermostat NOTE: When laying two or more heaters, ensure the coldtails reach the thermostat. Thermostat Thermostat Thermostat 6

Installing the Mat Step 1 - Mark the subfloor 1 Ensure that the subfloor is of the same construction where you intend to lay the mat to ensure that the heater performs effectively. Warmup always recommend that insulation boards, such as Warmup® Insulation Boards (10mm recommended), are used to improve the efficiency of the mats. Using a permanent marker, mark out areas on the subfloor where units and fixtures will be fitted. DO NOT install the mat in any of these areas. Start by laying the mat in the location closest to the thermostat. Mark the positions and planned route of the power lead cables as well as the floor sensor. ALL MANUFACTURED JOINTS NEED TO BE PLACED ON THE FLOOR UNDER A FULL BED OF ADHESIVE AND TILES. 2 If you have awkward areas in the room the loose wire can be removed from the mat to fit these areas. When doing this ensure that you DO NOT let the heating element cross or touch. Ensure any loose wires are no closer than 50mm from each other, the wall or from any other wires still attached to the mesh. Loose wire taken from the mat can be secured to the floor using duct tape. Step 2 - Test the Heater Before installing the heating mat perform the same test as described on page 5 to ensure that the heater has not been damaged during planning. 3 Step 3 - Cut, turn and affix the mat When you have marked the positions and planned the route of the mat on the floor, start laying the mat cutting and turning where the marks have been made, beginning at the location closest to the thermostat. Be careful and never cut the heating cable. Affix the mat to the floor using its self-adhesive mesh, or using the double sided tape on the mat. Use duct tape to affix any loose wires which have been removed from the mat. Once the mat is fitted, ensure that there are no loose sections, paying close attention to the ends of the mats and any section which has been turned. DO NOT TAPE OVER THE MANUFACTURED JOINTS OR FLOOR SENSOR TIP. If you find that once the heater has been laid you have too much of the mat left over STOP, contact Warmup immediately on 0845 345 2288. Remember you must NEVER cut the heating element to fit an area or leave surplus mats behind units or fixtures. If you are installing multiple mats in one room they should be connected in parallel. Step 4 - After installation test 4 Perform the same test as in step 2. If at this stage you do not get the expected reading or you are getting an open circuit contact Warmup on 0845 345 2288. 7

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