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Underfloor Heating

It is not heat that causes problems with wooden floors over underfloor heating but expansion and contraction of the wood due to the moisture content being too high in the floor.
This problem is eliminated with the Admonter board by the way we dry our flooring components, and the care we take to ensure the low and even moisture content of the finished floorboard.

Before the flooring components are assembled, they are all kiln dried together. The process starts by introducing humidity into the kiln, this is to make sure that all the floor board components have the same moisture content before the drying process starts so that they all dry evenly and all have exactly the same moisture content at the end of the drying process.
The process produces a very stable floorboard with a moisture content between 5-8% depending on the specie. With an under-floor heating system, the flow temperature of the water needs to be approximately 55 C for the surface temperature not to exceed 29 C.

29 C is the European standard maximum temperature for all floor surfaces except wet rooms which is 33 C

Flooring Products

Hardwoods
Hardwoods
Softwoods
Softwoods
Specials
Specials

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