Polypipe is the UK's largest manufacturer of floor heating products, and provide a range of solutions for whatever project you're undertaking.
Our market leading under floor heating product range has been continuously developed and improved with frequent innovative additions.
Polypipe under floor heating systems have been designed with specifiers, installers and users in mind. Our systems combine ease of installation with reliable long-term performance, and we hold a range of stock ready for prompt dispatch.
Traditional Underfloor Heating Systems
Polypipe under floor central heating in solid or screeded floors incorporates our unique screeded floor panel.
Polypipe under floor central heating is ideal for floating floors above existing timber or solid sub-bases.
Pipes can be laid along the joists using double heat spreader plates or across joists on battens using single heat spreader plates.
For enhanced performance, especially over larger floor areas, use with our new OverlayTM Lite 15 panels for an integrated insulated solution.
Unique Underfloor Heating Systems
Modular Heating Panels are a new product concept that enables quick and simple installation of underfloor heating into suspended floors.
OverlayTM allows floor heating to be installed into existing spaces quickly, easily and practically.
OverlayTM is an alternative, lighter floor panel ideally suited to floor coverings such as wooden laminates and carpeted areas.
Overlay LiteTM 15 is our new addition to the range with 15mm pipe, meaning it can be used in larger areas or whole house solutions.
Manifolds are common to all systems above 25m2, independent of the floor application.
Underfloor Heating Pipe
We choose polybutylene to create the most flexible and efficient pipes and jointing systems available. Polybutylene pipe is ideal for both domestic hot and cold water plumbing and heating systems, offering exceptional durability and long-term performance, which has seen it become the preferred material choice for today’s building projects.
The temperature of water required in floor heating systems is less than that required for radiators or stored hot water, and controlled by temperature control units