The Warm Paul system is gaining more and more popularity among consumers. And there is nothing surprising in this, because it is “warm comfort”, which allows the cold to provide heat not only to the legs, but to the whole house. When installing a system of such gender, many are faced with the problem of choice, the so -called heating cable. Further, we will consider more in detail the main types of these cables. We will figure out their advantages, as well as disadvantages. Heating cables are divided into three types: one -core, two -core and heating mats. Now more. The one -dummy is called the heating cables both ends, in which they are connected to the electric network. This is the main drawback of cable systems of this type. When installing a warm floor, both ends of the cable must be connected to the thermostat. This complicates the installation process and makes such a cable not profitable from an economic point of view.
A two -core alternative to a one -core heating cable is considered a good alternative. This greatly simplifies installation, since only one end must be connected to the network. This cable costs a little more than its analogue, but it should be noted that when heating the premises of the same area, a two -core cable will need less. Another important plus – the cable is simple when installing and exclusively suitable for rooms with a complex shape.
Heating mat – cable woven into a flexible grid. He has his own advantages and disadvantages. The main advantage of this mat is the ability to mount a heating system in rooms with a limited floor height. Reinforced plastic roll thickness only 4 mm. It is easy to install, but only in rectangular rooms. In case of improper shape of the room, the installation of heating mats will be problematic. But the main disadvantage of this system is the high price. The cost of such a mat is higher than the cost of a two -core cable.