Mounting instructions Floor convectors

1. Heating appliance structure
  1. Copper-aluminum heat exchanger.
  2. Stainless steel box.
  3. Tangential fan (for appliances with forced convection, KPT
  4. Aluminum / wooden grid.
  5. Cover.
  6. Bordering profile.
  7. Coupling
  8. Adjusting feet.
  9. Terminal block (for appliances with forced convection, KPT).
  10. Heating connection, G1 / 2 thread
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2. Recommendations for choosing the mounting place.

2.1 Most appliances TM “Convector” have an asymmetric position of the heat exchanger (not in the center). In case of using a convector as the main heating appliance, it is recommended to use the mounting diagram. Pic 1. To use the convector as an auxiliary heater (for example: as a heat curtain, to remove condensate from a window …), we suggest using the scheme of Pic 2.

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Pic. 1.

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Pic. 2.

2.2. It is not recommended to have an underfloor heating screen in places where people are constantly moving (for example, in doorways).
2.3. The optimal distance from the window / wall to the convector is 50-350mm.

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2.4. Choosing the mounting location check the availability of heat pipe, electricity (for forced convection appliances) and the pipeline for condensate drainage (for drainage appliances) are connected to the convector.
2.5. Drainage convectors are appliance adapted for rooms with high level humidity.  Structurally have the ability to drain condensate through the tube with an internal diameter of 9mm. For correct operation of the drainage appliance, it is recommended to connect tightly the drain pipe to the nozzle located at the end of the appliance

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2.6. Choosing the mounting place, make sure that the curtains, blinds and other decor elements do not prevent the air exchange of the appliance.

3. Installation
  1. Stainless steel frame
  2. Boundary profile
  3. Thermal mounting material
  4. Grout
  5. The rough floor
  6. Floor covering (tile, parquet, floor board …)
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Mounting in accordance with DSTU-N B V.2.5-73: 2013

3.1 Check the integrity of the package and carefully unpack the appliance.
3.2 Prepare the channel in the floor. Size of the mounting place must exceed the size of the appliance at least 10 -15 mm.
3.3 For convenience, remove the grid and covers 3.
3.4 In order to reduce heat losses, it is recommended to isolate the frame from the outside with a layer of heat-isolating material (mineral wool, mounting foam).
3.5 Put a heater in the channel.
3.6 Position the appliance in the channel horizontally and vertically by turning the adjusting feet 7.
3.7 Avoid dust and dirt entering the appliance during mounting, especially on the rotating parts of the fan. The convector can be covered with OSB / boards on top.
3.8 During mounting, minimize the loads affecting on the appliance. Do not step on the frame, heat exchanger …
3.9Break down the metal core from the Ø34 holes on the connection side.
3.10 Install the spacer in the flexible piping (supplied separately). Connect the heat exchanger to the line using flexible tube.
3.11Connect the power cable to the power unit network.
3.12 Visually assess the impermeability of the appliance frame. Are all the holes closed before pouring the solution?
3.13 Install the covers and the grid. In case of ordering the appliance without grid, install the wooden struts (included).
3.14 Close the grid with a sheet of fiberboard.
3.15 Load the appliance above 5kg-10kg.
3.16 Fill the emptiness around the frame with cement. Avoid the air emptiness around the frame and under the bottom (especially under the fan). Avoid dropping cement on the grid.