Highest quality heating mats covered by an extended lifetime warranty.
An economic means of heating a room as well as providing a luxurious warm floor.
Ideal for any room including conservatories, bathrooms and wet rooms.
Suitable for a wide variety of floor surfaces.
Heating Mat Specification
Voltage supply: 230V
Outputs: from 0.07kW to 2kW depending on model
Webbing: fibreglass (500mm wide)
Fixing: continuous double sided tape
Power lead: 3m long two core and earth
Cable approvals: EN60335-2-96 as required by the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations (BS7671.2008)
Cable diameter: 3mm to 4mm
Earth screen: continuous AL/PET foil
F-Board Insulated Tile Backer Board Specification
Compressive strength (10% compression): 300kpa
Thermal conductivity to BSEN13164 (5 years): 0.033W/Mk
Water absorption by volume: 0.6%
Density (rigid foam core): 36kg/m³
Temperature range: -50°C to +75°C
U value (6mm thick board): 6.6W/m²k
U value (10mm thick board): 3.66W/m²k
Outer surface (top and bottom): Reinforced mesh with cementitious hard coat
Standard or High Density. Other than in exceptional circumstances standard density heating mats will provide enough output to serve as a sole source of heat in a room.
High density mats may be preferred when one of the following applies.
- A room has exceptionally high heat losses (this may apply to some conservatories)
- A very rapid heat up is required perhaps because a room is rarely used
- It is only possible to heat a small percentage of the total floor area
Size of Mat. The objective is generally to cover as high a percentage of the free floor area as possible. The free floor area is defined as the floor area not occupied by permanent fixtures such as kitchen cabinets and shower trays.
As a rule of thumb, we suggest selecting a mat with total area approximately 10% less than the total free floor area. This will allow for perimeter spacing and ensure easy installation.
Large Rooms. For large rooms it is common practice to use more than one heating mat. In these circumstances there is a choice of subdividing the room into separate zones each controlled by its own thermostat or connecting the heating mats together electrically in parallel and using a single thermostat. When controlling more than one heating mat from a single thermostat it may be necessary to incorporate a contactor into the control circuit. Alternatively, BN Thermic's Wireless Control System allows several heating mats to be controlled without a contactor.
Model kW Area (m²) Size (m)
M200-010 0.2 1.0 2.0 x 0.5
M200-015 0.3 1.5 3.0 x 0.5
M200-020 0.4 2.0 4.0 x 0.5
M200-030 0.6 3.0 6.0 x 0.5
M200-040 0.8 4.0 8.0 x 0.5
M200-050 1.0 5.0 10 x 0.5
M200-060 1.2 6.0 12 x 0.5
M200-070 1.4 7.0 14 x 0.5
M200-080 1.6 8.0 16 x 0.5
M200-090 1.8 9.0 18 x 0.5
M200-100 2.0 10 20 x 0.5