All Tile Inc.

Serving Bellingham for over 20 years!

Everything you need for a Quick and Simple Radiant Heat Flooring Installation
 

Spacing:

2” on center = 15 Watts/sq. ft.
Use on concrete basement slabs, sunrooms, and in other high heat loss areas.

2-1/2” on center = 12 Watts/sq. ft.
Use in bathrooms, kitchens, dining/living areas, etc.

3” on center = 10 Watts/sq. ft.
Use in hallways, entries, low heat loss areas, etc.

120 VAC Coverage and Draw Table

Remember, the cable must never be cut shorter to fit, and must be embedded completely in mortar in the floor. Be careful not to select a spool that is too large.
LN fT
 SQ.FT.@2"
  Sq. Ft. @ 2.5"
  Sq. Ft. @ 3"
  Draw (Amp)
47
8
10
12
1
71
  12
 15
  18
  1.5
 94
 16
 20
 24
 2
118
20
25
 30
 2.5
 141
 24
 30
 36
 3
 165
 28
 35
 42
 3.5
 188
 32
 40
 48
 4.0
 212
 36
 45
 54
 4.5
 235
 40
 50
 60
 5.0
 282
 48
 60
 72
 6.0
 329
 56
 70
 84
 7.0
 376
 64
 80
 96
 8.0
 423
 72
 90
 108
 9.0
 470
 80
 100
 120
 10.0
 
ITEMS NEEDED  

1.      MasterHeat Wire


2.     MasterHeat Strap to secure the cable to the floor (1box contains 25ft. of strap, enough            to prepare about 50sq.ft. of floor at 4-ft. spacing.)


3.     Thermostat control with floor sensor


4.     20-amp Circuit Breaker (single for 120-VAC and dual for 240-VAC systems)


5.     Electrical Box (extra deep) for the control


6.     4'' Junction Box with a cover, if needed


7.     Cable claps for junction box (for new construction)


8.     Flexible or Rigid Conduit  (for new construction)


9.     12-gauge or 14-gauge Electrical Wiring Cable


10.    Wire nuts if using a junction box


11.     Nail plate


12.    Polymer-modified cement based mortar