kitchen,bathroom, bedroom, living room, indoor use
0.5 meter width, 1.0~45 meters length
Fluoropolymer Inner Insulation
500000 Square Meter/Square Meters per Month
Packaging & Delivery
White box and export carton.
Aluminum Foil Heating Mats
Aluminum Foil underfloor heating mats are made of a heating cable
encased in an aluminum foil. The aluminum layer above the heating cable acts as a heat dispersion
medium and earthing grid making the product also suitable for wet areas such as bathrooms and shower rooms where heating mat should not be used.
Features • Quick Installation - simply roll out the mat and fix to the floor • Suitable for use under floating laminate and engineered hardwood
floors • Fully earthed aluminum foil offers electric radiant heat in wet areas • Dry installation - no self-levelling compound required
Technical Detail • Advanced fluoropolymer heating cables encased in an aluminium
foil • Operating voltage: (230V,50Hz) • Heat Output (150w/m² ) • Mat Width: 50cm • Cold Lead Length: 2.5m
100W/m2 &150W/m2 &200W/m2
Packaging & Shipping
Packing Method: White box and export carton. ( Color box can be customized )
Delivery Time: 15days
Sample: Samples can be provided.
Limited Warranty: 15 years
Welcome to Anbang, built in 2004, Register capital to be a RMB103million. Anbang group is a professional production of various types of electric tracing cables enterprise, located in Tianchang City, Chuzhou, Anhui province, which is 110km far away from Nanjing Airport, Headquarters is located in Beijing world trade center. We are the leading enterprise in the field of electrical heating.
Our factory covers 63000 square meters and own more than 300 employees.Our enterprise through the ISO9001:2008 quality management system certification; ISO14000 environment management certification. The products have CE,ROHS,EMC certification,
We have advanced equipments, high technology and an excellent quality inspection system that strictly performs under the quality control of ISO9001. Our main products: electric heating cable; electric underfloor heating mats; self-regulation heating cable MI heating cable etc. are popular for indoor floor warm use and outdoor snow melting use; pipeline freeze protection. Our mainly markets for America, Europe, The Middle East and Asia neighboring countries.
The company has always attached importance to technical innovation and quality management, focus on the introduction of the outstanding talented person and the advanced equipment, now our products of high quality and because of its superior performance. We sincerely hope to establish business relations with customers from all over the world.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How much does it cost to run?
Consider an average room size of 10m2 . The heated area is approximately 80%, or 8m2 .
In the case of the 150W mats, when the heater is ON, the hourly consumption is 150W times
8m2 , or 1200 Watts per hour.
A properly insulated room, controlled by the recommended energy efficient thermostats, will
operate at a duty cycle of 20% to 25% (meaning 20% to 25% of the time the heater will be ON, and the rest of the time OFF). In this circumstance the average electricity consumption for heating the room will be 240 - 300 Watts per hour.
The actual hourly cost depends on your local electricity rates.
2. Should I use insulation?
We strongly advise to the use of insulation when installing the electric underfloor heating
system. By using insulation you can reduce warmup time of the floor from over an hour to only a few minutes. This will provide you with a greater level of comfort and result in reduction of
3. Is it safe to use in Wet areas?
Yes, the cables are earthed.
4. How easy is it to install?
The cable electric underfloor heating mats are extremely easy to install.
Under tiles, the installer simply lays the cable electric underfloor heating mat directly between
the sub floor/insulation and tiles. The same flexible tile adhesive used for fixing the tiles is
used for bonding the Insomax insulation onto the subfloor.
Under laminate/ engineered wooden floors/ vinyl/carpet, the installer lays the heating mats on
the appropriate insulation as normal. A layer of latex based self leveling compound (8-10mm) is then laid on top of the cable heating mat. Once dry, the wooden flooring/ vinyl/ carpet can be laid.
The laying of the insulation and mats can be done easily by any consumer. Due to the web like mesh, in most cases a primer will also not be required- only a little amount of duck tape is
needed to fix the mats down.
A qualified electrician must complete the connection between the heating mats and the
5. How do I know which size mat to order?
Measure the available exposed floor space in your room. It is advised that you purchase a
system which allows 80-90% coverage. For example, if your room measures 15m2 , you would purchase the 12.7m2
Mat. If a room is of an awkward shape with many fixtures in the centre of the room, it is advised that you purchase a system that allows approximately 80% coverage.
6. What if my room is larger than your largest available mat?
Several mats can be connected in parallel to a junction box. Please remember that the
thermostats allow a maximum of 15 amps, therefore the maximum on one circuit is
approximately 23m2. If the amperage in one room exceeds 15 amps, then either a contactor will need to be installed by your electrician or another thermostat will need to be purchased.
7. Can I cut the mats?
You can cut the mesh but not the heating cable.
8. What is the thickness of the cable?
The cable is 4mm thick.
9. Can I lay the mats under heavy objects/ fixtures?
No - the mats can only be located in the available free space. There must be some form of air
gap between any furniture and the floor, so the heat may escape.
10. Does it provide a primary heat source?
In most cases in a new build / well insulated property, the system can provide primary heating.
In cases where homes have single glazing, vaulted ceilings, poor insulation levels or less than
80-90% cable heating mat coverage, the system may need a source of back up.
11. What if my mat is a little too big for the room?
Wrongly ordered mats can happen, in circumstances where the mat is a little too big you can
remove the mesh and lay the cables closer together. Please note the smallest gap between cables is 5cm. Be aware that in doing this you will find this area with the cables laid closer will be
slightly warmer compared to the rest of the area.
12. How safe are the mats?
The mats are manufactured and tested in full conformity with IEC (International
Electrotechnical Commission) Global Quality Standards. The continuous foil-coated screening jacket ensures 100% guarantee of electrical safety and absence if
13. What is the warranty of this system?
The heating mats come with a 15year manufacturers warranty.
14. Whether you choose an electric or water underfloor heating system will depend on the particular requirements of your project?
1) Initial Cost
Most electric systems are lower cost to purchase and install, simply becuase there are less
materials required and installation is quicker.
2) Running Cost
Currently the cost of mains gas is lower than electricity so a water underfloor heating system
will cost less in energy costs.
Electric systems are generally maintenance free. Water systems should be checked regularily
(just a you would with your boiler and conventional radiators) because there are a lot more
4) Floor Height
Generally electric underfloor heating systems are a lot thinner than water systems, so if you
have an existing floor that you don't want to remove then we would recommend using Anbang Underfloor Heating mat or undertile cable.
5) Area to be heated
If you only require a small area to be heated then it can often be simplier and more cost
effective to install an electric underfloor heating system.
6) Purpose of heating
Do you want the underfloor heating to provide total heat for a room or just a warm floor. Water underfloor heating systems are generally used for total heat solutions, but electric underfloor
heating systems are often used for total heat or warm floor applications.