4' x 16" Suntouch Underfloor Mat (120V) Zoom

4' x 16" Suntouch Underfloor Mat (120V)


Brand: Suntouch

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Coverage (Sq Ft.): 5.5
Width (Inches): 16"
Length (Feet): 4 ft.
Application: Radiant Heat
34 BTU/hr per Sq. ft
Type: Electric Radiant

Description for Suntouch 1200416U2ST

For 16" Joist Bays
Electric under floor radiant heating offers floor warmth year-round. SunTouch UnderFloor heating mats are the perfect solution for nearly every type of floor covering. These special electric floor heating mats warm existing floors without having to replace the floor coverings. If you have access under a floor, simply staple UnderFloor heating mats between the joists. Get the heated floors you desire with electric heated floors from SunTouch.

4' x 16" Suntouch Underfloor Mat (120V)

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  • 8' x 16" Suntouch Underfloor Mat (120V)


    Hello, I have some questions before I purchase this product. I was about to replace my electric baseboard heaters until I came across this option. My first question is about effectiveness and would these mats preform good enough to be my primary source of heat? How many Mats would you need per room under each floor? Do you skip every other joist or would one be sufficient? Do you use Line Voltage thermostat's like electric baseboard heaters? If so, do you sell contractors packs, as I need 6+ to finish. I purchased 2 with my last Pex order. I am open to suggestions as I am interested in changing out my heating system. I live in PA so I know mini splits will not work very good because of the cold environment. Thanks for your help
    Asked on 9/10/2010 by D I Y B O B S T A Y W A R M from Carrolltown, PA

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      Usually, depending on the climate in your area, you will need another source of heat. The mats are generally used as a secondary heating source. It would depend on the size of the room and heat loss to determine how many mats would be needed. The mats are 120V so a line voltage thermostat is needed. The TL8230A1003 line voltage thermostats are sold in packs of 5.

      Answered on 9/17/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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