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SunTouch Floor Warming

Model # CO120030R

Internet # 203085045

30 sq. ft. 120-Volt Radiant Heating Wire

$205.00 /each
  • Covers 30 sq. ft. area
  • 120-volt cable measures 112 lin. ft. long
  • Fast and easy radiant floor heating solution

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # CO120030R

Internet # 203085045

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 entryway floors dry and safe. This kit includes a 120-volt floor heating cable that measures 112 lin. ft. long and covers a 30 sq. ft. area. Also included are cable straps, double sided tape and an installation manual (thermostat sold separately).

California residents: see  Proposition 65 information

  • Install below ceramic or porcelain tile, stone or brick floors or in a self-leveling mortar bed below vinyl floors, floating wood and laminate floors
  • UL listed in both US and Canada for safety
  • Dual wire technology reduces electromagnetic fields to ultra-low levels
  • Heating wire kits can be connected in parallel for larger floor surfaces up to 150 sq. ft. in 120-volt systems and 300 sq. ft. in 240-volt systems
  • Heating wire kit includes cable strap(s) and double sided tape to aid in installation
  • Combine with a 500670-SC or 500710-SC SunStat thermostat control (sold separately)
  • CLICK HERE to learn more about SunTouch and calculate what you will need for YOUR project!

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Width (in.) 
13.5 
Details
Flooring Product Type 
Underfloor Heating 
Product Weight (lb.) 
6 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
25 Year Limited Warranty 

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Can I use the sun touch radiant heating wire on a slab floor

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March 18, 2016
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This product cannot be used on a slab floor.
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Can SunTouch radiant heating wire be used with the Ditra Heat membrane?

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January 27, 2016
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Yes, the installation manual will define how the product can be installed in a DitraHeat Membrane.
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Does this work with any thermostat, or needs a specific one?

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Does this work with a standard thermostat, for example, Honeywell RTH6350D or needs a specific thermostat?
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December 8, 2015
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The thermostat must be a line voltage thermostat, must us a 10k floor sensor, and must have GFCI protection built in.
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can I use the warmwire spool in combination with a couple of the mats?

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I already have a couple mats, but want to use the spool wire for the rest of the floor-do they wire together?
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September 8, 2015
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The mats and wire can be connected in parallel at the back of the thermostat. Make sure you do not go over the thermostat’s max amp load of 15 amps (150 square feet for a 120v system and 300 square feet for a 240v system).
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Radiant Heating Wire Wire has tough outer covering which was great. Pretty easy to install once I got the spacing correct. Assumed it came with a floor sensor but it didn't. Had to buy separately. I did come with the metal hold down strips. Overall very pleased. Nice warm floor. January 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great and came with more than expected I ordered this radiant wire after searching the web for a long time looking for a quality product at a good price. Installation was easy as it came with the metal strips for holding down the wire (wasn't mentioned in the description). In the instructions it recommends to space the wire at least 3" (I know I was looking for that). When I installed it in my floor I used 1/4" cement board and then used self leveling cement on top of the wire to prevent nicking the wire when adding thinset, total depth added to the subfloor by the end was about 1/2" before title. Thermostat wire is a little thicker than the heating wire so I did make a small trench for that to sit in. March 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Simple and works great Put this in during a master bath remodel and can't be more happy. You just need to find an electrical outlet to use. Then just install the spacer clips on the floor and place the wire anywhere you want it. I put it under tile and only where we would walk or stand. I didn't see a need to put it under the entire floor. So for $300 my wife gets warm feet and our bedroom stays at a more consistent temp. at night. December 4, 2011
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