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SunTouch Floor Warming 120 sq. ft. 240-Volt Radiant Heating Wire

SunTouch Floor Warming

120 sq. ft. 240-Volt Radiant Heating Wire

$48300 /each

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Product Overview

This floor warming kit makes radiant floor heating installation quick, easy, and economical. It will provide heat to warm the floors and help keep bathroom, kitchen and entry way floors dry and safe. This kit includes a 240-Volt floor heating cable that measures 468 lin. ft. long and covers a 120 sq. ft. area. Also included are cable straps, double sided tape and installation manual. Thermostat sold separately.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Wire width and length

How thick is the cable? And, how long total is the wire?
Asked by: nikki
The wire is approximately 1/8” thick and the 120 square feet wire is approximately 470’ long. Sincerely, SunTouch
Answered by: SunTouch logo
Date published: 2016-04-12

Does this wire need to loop back, or is it a straight run out from the thermostat?

Asked by: BillyP
The wire does not need to “loop back” to the thermostat. It is a straight run from the control. Sincerely, SunTouch
Answered by: SunTouch logo
Date published: 2016-01-28

how do I order the cable straps

I want to install the SunTouch Warmwire sytem I don't see the part number for this
Asked by: Glenn
The cable straps are included with the Radiant Heating Wire.
Answered by: SunTouch logo
Date published: 2015-09-20

Can this be laid underneath LVT vinyl flooring tiles, and what is the process to do it?

Asked by: Tar12
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Customer Reviews

120 sq. ft. 240-Volt Radiant Heating Wire is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Installation problems using metal tabs The product works as advertised. The metal strips that are to hold the wire on the floor are pretty useless. Stamped out of metal strap material the tabs are very sharp and could cut the insulation on the wire. Hot melt glue would be a better solution followed by floor leveler rather than thinset. Too much danger of damage when working the thinset. SunTouch says not to use leveler with a framed floor but couldn't give me a reason for that limitation. Also the metal straps raise the wire up too high... all must be covered with thinset.
Date published: 2013-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install, customizable, so far so good We debated for a few days about whether to go with the radiant floor heat wire, or the mats, to go in under a thin layer of concrete to level out the grade of a former patio concrete slab, with tile on the concrete. In the end, we went with the 120 sq ft of wire. We are so glad we did! The instructions say that you can space the courses 2.5 - 3.5 inches apart, and to stretch it a little further we went with a fairly consistent 3.5" spacing pattern. Using a bit more space between courses covered WAY more than 120 sq ft. We felt like the metal straps that came with the wire were a little cheesy, not to mention a little sharp, so we anchored the wire to the (clean!) concrete exclusively with hot glue. The hot glue worked like a charm. It took about 6 hours start to finish to pull measurements and install/glue the wire to the floor. We also took the advice of another reviewer and installed a spare sensor, because $10 sure beats ripping up tile and concrete. My partner is an electrician, and we used a meter to test throughout both the setting of the wire and the concrete; we concluded that the wire is tougher than we thought it was (though we were very cautious not to step on it, set/drop things on it, etc). If you don't have an electrician's meter to test periodically during installation, the loudmouth seems like a worthwhile precaution. The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is because.... we haven't laid the tile yet, so haven't tested how well this stuff actually works, but I hope to be able to add that edit to this review relatively soon. Overall, we are very happy so far with this stuff.
Date published: 2016-04-20
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