Our original floating underfloor heating system has been developed over the years to provide a range of applications where similar panel types are incorporated into different build ups and configurations to provide a bespoke solution.
The foiled and grooved insulation panels are unique to WMS and are available in numerous different material types.
The AmbiFloat 20 system provides a flexible and effective form of heating within battened floor buildups and can be used in both existing and new build applications with minimal effect to the overall floor build up. It can also be easily adapted to suit sprung sports floors, acoustic batten floors and over-battened floors.
Timber floor battens are fixed down to the subfloor in the normal way in preparation for the insulation to be installed in between. The insulation panels are grooved and foiled to suit the individual requirements of each project. The underfloor heating pipework is then installed into the grooves within the insulation.
The insulation panels are foiled to ensure an even distribution of heat is achieved across the floor surface. Typically, this system can achieve a maximum heat output of 70 watts per m2.
The installation is complete once all the pipework has been installed and connected up to the underfloor heating manifold. The system is then pressure tested and left under pressure while the floor covering is laid. The pressure test is also witnessed and signed off by a site agent. Where controls are required from WMS, they are supplied as loose items for others to fit.
- Can be used in existing floor constructions
- Panels manufactured to suit layout plan
- Rapid installation
- Wide range of applications
View our Floating systems
The AmbiFloat 10 system has a foiled and grooved insulation board laid directly onto a sub-base of concrete or chipboard.
In AmbiFloat 20 our foiled and grooved insulation board is fitted between battens on a sub-base of concrete or chipboard.
AmbiFloat 30 comprises our foiled and grooved insulation board is supported by timber fitted between timber joists.