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Foil Insulation, underfloor heating Insulation, electric underfloor heating insulation

Underfloor heating insulation foil is a special material used in underfloor heating systems, aimed at enhancing the efficiency of these systems by preventing heat loss to the substrate. The main function of the insulation foil is to prevent heat from penetrating downwards, to the foundation or concrete slab on which the floor lies. As a result, more heat is directed upwards, into the room, increasing heating efficiency and reducing energy costs.

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Foil insulation – durability and safety

The insulation foil is made from materials such as polyethylene, polyethylene foam, aluminum foils, or a combination of these materials. These materials are chosen for their insulating properties and resistance to moisture.

Underfloor heating insulation is typically placed directly under the heating elements, such as heating mats or pipes of the underfloor heating system. This is particularly important in installations on concrete substrates, which can absorb a lot of heat.

Electric underfloor heating insulation Termofol

What are the benefits of using underfloor heating insulation? Foil insulation reduces heat loss and directs it into the room. Moreover, by better retaining heat in the room, the heating system does not have to work as intensely, which translates into lower heating bills. Some types of foil can also protect the underfloor heating system from moisture from the substrate.

The use of insulation foil in an underfloor heating system is an important element in ensuring its efficiency and durability. It ensures that heat is used where it is most needed – in living spaces, and not lost on unnecessary heating of the substrate.