Easyflow has provided a heating system for a barn conversion in the hamlet of Felton Butler in Shropshire.
The company designed an Easy-Standard system to be installed on top of 125mm insulation over a concrete sub-base. This system means that pipes can be easily installed using specially designed UFH staples directly onto the insulation through a polythene separating membrane.
A bespoke CAD design was created after calculating the heat loss data for each room, which means the Easyflow designers can work out which rooms require a higher temperature to account for heat lost through high ceilings, large windows or bi-fold doors. In high heat loss areas the pipe layout will be designed with the pipes situated closer together.
Upon completion, the system was pressure tested to check for leaks and Easyflow Liquid Screed was installed shortly thereafter to avoid any damage to pipes from other trades.
After the heating engineer has connected the Biomass boiler to the manifold and the electrician has wired up the thermostats and wiring centre our Easyflow engineers will return to site to balance the system and teach the end user how it all works.