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Many manufacturors claim their engineered wood floors are suitable for floor heating systems. this is not the true sense of their claim. Their floors may not fall apart or delaminate but at the end …

Many manufacturors claim their engineered wood floors are suitable for floor heating systems. this is not the true sense of their claim. Their floors may not fall apart or delaminate but at the end of the day, the consumer is stuck in the cold.

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  • 1. radiator heating floor heatinghotspot (radiators and ceiling) no hotspots (max temp 27-30°C)coldspots uncomfortable friendly coldspotTHE PROBLEM WITH FLOORHEATING ANDWOODFLOORS
  • 2. thermo resistance > 0,15 m2K/W
  • 3. Floor heating switched ON :GAPS
  • 4. floor heating switched OFFWARPING
  • 5. RESISTANCE 0.0997 m² K/W 0.0997 m² K/W 0.0493 m² K/W 0.043 m² K/WCONDUCTANCE 0.1 W/m/K 0.1 W/m/K 0.203 W/m/K 0.203 W/m/K
  • 6. 0.053 m²K/W + 0.043 m²K/W = 0.096 m²K/W
  • 7. 0.009 m²K/W + 0.099 m²K/W = 0.108 m²K/W
  • 8. 2mm floam/foil + 15 solid egineered floor0.06 m²K/W + 0.148 m²K/W = 0.21 m²K/Wresistant to floor heating but not suitable
  • 9. DO THE BUTTER TESTVIDEO: http://www.flickr.com/photos/15157489@N02/7201638496/in/photostream

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