Composite Manifold Installation Guide Surface heating and cooling solutions by Wavin

Composite Manifold Installation Guide Surface heating and cooling solutions by Wavin
UniclassEPIC
JT42 JT90
L634 L511
CI/SfB
(56.3)
July 2012UF428
Surface heating and cooling
solutions by Wavin
Composite Manifold
Installation Guide
For residential and light
commercial applications
Solutions for Essentials
Composite Manifold - Usability, Versatility and Reliability
Thank you for purchasing our Composite Manifold. Please read through
this guide before beginning any installation and operation work.
Only competent persons with certification recognised
It is important that the Composite Manifold is checked upon
under Building Regulations – Part P should carry out
delivery, and that any damaged or missing items are reported
electrical installation or servicing work. Other persons are
immediately. Any claims registered more than 72 hours after
not permitted to open the control centre cover and/or
delivery will not be accepted.
make any modifications.
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Each
Starter Pack (88UH110) contains:
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Each
Control Pack (88UH211) contains:
• 2 x Combined Inlets
• 1” Mixing Unit
• 2 x End Caps
• Flow Watch Protection Thermostat
• 2 x Brackets and Spacers
• Bracket and Spacer
• 1 x Installation Kit
•Installation Kit
• 1 x Flow Temperature Gauge
• 1 x Combined Pressure and Return Temperature Gauge
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Ancillary
components available for the Composite Manifold include:
• 22mm Isolation Valves (pair) (88UH311)
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Each
1 Port Pack (88UH111) contains:
• Clip-On Thermometer (pack of 10) (47UH750)
• 1 Port Flow Module
• 230V 2 Wire Actuator (52UH402)
• 1 Port Return Module
• 24V 2 Wire Actuator (52UH602)
• Pipe Clamps (pack of 2) (15UH236)
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Each
3 Port Pack (88UH113) contains:
• 3 Port Flow Module
• Curved Pipe Supports (pack of 2) (15UH239)
• 3 Port Return Module
Installers: Please complete this guide and pass to the end user or leave with the UFH manifold after installation.
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Contents
1. Manifold Overview
4.
Commissioning
1.1 Manifold Design
4
4.1 Quick Circuit Balancing
10
1.2 Manifold Dimensions
4
4.2 Flushing and Filling
11
4.3 Hydraulic Pressure Testing
11
4.4 Electrical Installation
2. Preparation for Installation
Further Information, Sales
and Technical Enquiries
Please contact:
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2.1 Pack Requirements
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4.5 Temperature and Pump Settings*12
2.2 Required Tools
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4.6 Advanced Circuit Balancing
2.3 General Installation Instructions
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3.
Installation
3.1 Mounting Brackets
6
3.2 Assembling and Mounting Arms
7
3.3 Installing Guages
8
3.4 Modifying Control Packs*
8
3.5 Connecting Control Pack*
9
3.6 Circuit Connection
9
3.7 Connection to Primary Pipework 9
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5. Troubleshooting and
Maintenence
5.1 Troubleshooting
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5.2 Checking System Performance 14
5.3 Care and Cleaning
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6.
Technical Specification
14
7.
Commissioning Record
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1. Manifold Overview
1.1 Manifold Design
1 Bracket + Bracket
Spacer
6
1
2 Flow Watch Protection
7
2
Thermostat
3 Flow Water Temperature
8
3
Sensor
4 Circulator Pump (Grundfos
30
20
40
50
°C
10
UPS 25/60)
9
60
70
0
80
4
5 Thermostatic Actuator
10
6 Automatic Air Vent
5
7 Flow Temperature Gauge
2
8 Balancing Knob and
4
6
8
0
0
20
bar
80
60
40
Memory Ring
9 16mm Pipe Connector
11
10 Thermoelectric Actuator
13
14
11 Isolation Cap/
12
Thermoelectric Actuator
Mount
12 Combined Pressure &
Return Temperature Gauge
13 Fill/Drain Valve
14 Isolation Valves
1.2 Manifold Dimensions
Manifold Type
Height
Depth*
Width in mm / No. of Ports
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Exc Control Pack
390
120
260
310
360
410
460
510
560
610
660
710
760
810
Inc Control Pack
430
160
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
Note: Dimensions include Wavin isolation valves
*Where required, the depth of the manifold can be reduced by 15mm
if the bracket spacers are not installed.
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2. Preparation for Installation
2.1 Pack Requirements
Starter Pack
1 Port Pack
3 Port Pack
Number of Ports
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Starter Packs
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 Port Packs
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
3 Port Packs
0
0
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
Note: A Composite Manifold Control Pack will be required for systems designed to have water temperature regulation through the manifold.
2.2 Required Tools
Depending on the specific project you will need some or all of the
2.3 General Installation
Instructions
following tools to assemble and mount the Composite Manifold:
lPen/Pencil
lSpirit
Level
lTape
Measure/Rule
l10mm
Care should be taken by the installer throughout the installation
process to ensure the safety of the installer and others.
Site Preparation
Store the packaged manifolds inside a building, sheltered from
1.
Masonry Drill Bit
rain and sunlight. Do not place other materials on top of the
l3mm
Twist or Lip & Spur Drill Bit
packaging.
l10mm
Socket/Open-End Wrench
l22,
26, 32 and 38mm Open-End Wrenches
lLarge
lFill
Flat Bladed Screwdriver
and Drain pipes with 3/4” female connection
lHydraulic
Pressure Tester with 3/4” female connection
For tools required to complete the electrical installation please refer
to the appropriate control installation manual.
2.
Clean the floor from other materials before starting work.
Do
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Assemble
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Use
the manifold under clean conditions.
appropriate pipe cutters to cut the pipes clean and square.
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Support
connecting pipework parallel to and centred with the
manifold connections.
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Wear
protective gloves to minimise risk of receiving cuts.
Do Not
Note: Over tightening connections may damage the manifold and will
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Do
not use a wrench to connect manifold extensions
void warranty.
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Do
not use the manifold and its accessories for purposes other
than for which they are intended.
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Do
not exceed specifications – failure to do so will void the
warranty.
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Do
not allow corrosive substances to come into contact with the
manifold and its accessories e.g. flux
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3. Installation
3.1 Mounting Brackets
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Identify
l Refer
l Accounting
a suitable location to mount the manifold
(Masonry – 10mm Dia, Timber – 3mm Dia)
to (1) and the table below for bracket spacing
l Manifold
l Clip
should be mounted at least 300mm from pipe level
l Accurately
for the wall construction, drill suitably sized holes
brackets on to bracket spacers (2)
l Screw
measure and mark fixing locations ensuring they are
brackets to wall using a 10mm Socket/Open-End
Wrench, being careful not to over tighten and ensuring the ends
level and square
marked top are correctly positioned
A*
C
B
30
20
40
50
°C
10
60
70
0
2
80
4
6
8
0
0
20
bar
80
60
40
1
2
Distance in mm / No. of Ports
Bracket Spacing
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
A*
90
90
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
210
210
B
120
120
120
170
220
270
320
370
420
420
400
400
C
30
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
130
130
180
*Only applicable when control pack is being installed
Note: The figure above and the rest of this installation guide assumes the
manifold will be assembled in and installed in a left handed configuration.
If it is preferential to assemble and install the manifold in a right handed
configuration please mirror the figure above.
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3. Installation
3.2 Assembling and
Mounting Arms
Assembling Arms
1 Starting with the Combined Inlet, add 3 Port modules followed
by 1 Port modules as required
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If the ports are required to point downwards, screw the
manifold together with the Combined Inlet upright in your left
hand and the top of the Port modules towards you (1)
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If the ports are required to point upwards, screw the
manifold together with the Combined Inlet upright in your left
hand and the top of the Port modules away from you.
1
2 Screw the end cap on to the manifold arm (2)
3 Repeat the process for the other manifold arm
4 To mount the manifold arms on the brackets, locate the ridge
along the bottom of the manifold arm into the grooves on the
brackets and rotate so that the top clicks in place (3)
• Flow arm (Red Caps) should be mounted in the top position (4)
• Return arm (Blue Caps) should be mounted in the bottom
position (4)
2
Note: The return arm can be mounted vertically or at an inclined
angle. It is suggested that it is mounted vertically when the manifold
is installed close to the pipe level and inclined when it is intended to
secure the pipe to the wall with suitable clamps.
Mounting Arms
Click
Extending an existing manifold
1
Isolate the manifold from the primary heating circuit
2
Isolate the heating circuits on the flow and return manifold arms
3
Carefully depressurise and then drain the manifold using the fill/
drain valves, taking care to collect all of the water in a suitable
container
3
Disconnect the manifold arms from isolation valves or control
4
pack depending on configuration
5
Remove the manifold arms from the brackets by lifting the top
clips and rotating the top of the manifold arms away from the
wall
6
Unscrew end caps
7
Continue installation according to this guide, repositioning
brackets as required
8
Dispose of collected water in compliance with National Health &
4
Safety Regulations.
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3. Installation
3.3 Installing Guages
1 Remove plugs from the front of the combined inlets using a large
flat bladed screwdriver (1 & 2)
3 Push the temperature gauge into its mount (3)
4 Insert the combined pressure and temperature gauge into the
2 Insert the temperature gauges mount into the combined inlet on the
second combined inlet on the return arm and lightly tighten
using a 22mm open-end wrench (4)
flow arm and lightly tighten using a 22mm open-end wrench (3)
1
2
3
4
Note: Care should be taken not to cross thread or over tighten the gauges as they are installed.
3.4 Modifying Control Pack*
For right handed manifold assemblies it is necessary to modify the
4 Loosen the connection between pump and the mixing body
of the control pack, rotate the mixing body through 180° and
control pack, allowing it to be fitted to the right hand side.
1 Remove Flow Water Temperature Sensor from its housing (1)
2 Remove the Flow Water Temperature Sensor Housing using a
re-tighten connection (4)
5 Insert the Flow Water Temperature Sensor back into its housing (5)
38mm open-end wrench and install it on the opposite end of the
control packs flow arm (2)
3 Unclip and remove Flow Watch Protection Thermostat and locate
in a mirrored orientation on the flow arm of the control pack (3)
1
2
3
4
Note: *Only applies to installations requiring a control pack.
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3. Installation
3.5 Connecting Control Pack*
1
Ensure bracket adaptors are positively located on the control
4Using 26 and 38mm open-end wrenches, place one on the nut
packs bracket and that the bottom adaptor is aligned to the
and one on the adjacent brass section of the combined inlets,
bottom arm of the manifold (1)
and tighten until sealed
2Clip the control pack into the bracket (2)
Note: Air vent bottles should not be used as a lever to restrain
3Insert the 1” fibre washers supplied as part of the installation kit
and hand tighten the connections between the control pack and
the manifold while tightening the union connections between
the control pack or isolation valves
the manifold (3)
1
2
3
Note: *Only applies to installations
requiring a control pack
3.6 Circuit Connection
Cleanly cut the heating circuit tails to the correct length (level
1
with the interface between the port on the manifold arm and the
inserted pipe adaptor) using a suitable pipe cutter
inserted into pipe
5
Using a 22mm open-end wrench fully tighten the pipe adaptor
2
Slide the pipe adaptors nut over the end of the pipe, followed by
the split olive (1)
Fully insert the spigot of the pipe adaptor into the end of the
3
pipe (1)
1
1
4
Hand tighten the nut, ensuring the (2) spigot remains fully
6 Affix the circuit labels provided to the manifold arms (3)
7 Record the circuit lengths in the Commissioning Record located
in section 6 of this guide
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3
3.7 Connection to Primary Pipework
Insert the 1” fibre washers supplied as part of the installation kit and
hand tighten the connections between the assembled manifold and
the isolation valves. Connect the isolation valves to the assembled
manifold using the 1” fibre washers supplied in the installation kit (1)
Support connecting pipework parallel to and centred with the
isolation valves to prevent leaks (2)
Note: The Wavin isolation valves are colour coded and have a
flat faced, male 1” G connection to the manifold with a 22mm
compression fitting to the primary pipework.
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4. Commissioning
4.1 Quick Circuit Balancing
The Wavin Composite Manifold uses the unique Memory Ring to
1
Lift balancing cap and memory ring (1)
enable quick and easy balancing.
Rotate clockwise until valve is closed (2)
2
3
Refer to recorded circuit lengths in the Commissioning Record
Example:
and identify the correct Memory Ring setting using the table
Longest circuit connected to manifold = 110m
below (3)
4
Rotate memory ring anti-clockwise until the correct value is
Length of circuit to be balanced = 100m
aligned with pointer on balancing cap (4)
Memory ring setting = 10.8
5
Push memory ring down into position (5)
Open the balancing valve to its balanced position by rotating the
6
Note: From this point the circuit can be isolated and rebalanced
balancing cap anti-clockwise until the pointer reaches the stop
simply by lifting and turning the balancing cap between its closed
on the memory ring (6)
and its balanced position marked by the memory ring.
7
Push the balancing cap down into position (7)
2
6
1
5
7
4
3
Circuit Length
Longest
-10m
-20m
-30m
-40m
-50m
-60m
-70m
≤-75m
Setting
12.0
10.8
9.6
8.4
7.2
6.0
4.8
3.6
3.0
Memory Ring Setting = (Circuit Length – Longest Circuit Length) x 0.12 + 12
The minimum recommended setting is 3.0
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4. Commissioning
4.2 Flushing and Filling
The underfloor heating (UFH) system can be filled via the primary
flow connection (setting the Thermostatic Actuator to 6 if acontrol
pack is installed), however it is recommended that the first flush
and fill is conducted by connecting a mains pressure feed to the fill/
drain ports. This will ensure that any debris or contaminants are not
4 Attach a drain pipe to the fill/drain port on the return side of the
manifold (4)
5 Open the valves to the filling/drain pipes (5)
6 Open the first circuit (both the flow and return sides) (6)
flushed into other components on the heating system.
7 Flush until the discharge water is clear and free of air (7)
1 Ensure all isolation, fill/drain, balancing and return isolation valves
8 Close the circuits return valve, followed by its flow valve (8)
are closed (1)
9 Repeat steps 6 to 8 for all other circuits (9)
2 Open the caps on the automatic air vents, 1 1/ turns (2)
2
3 Attach a filling pipe to the fill/drain port on the flow side of the
Note: Maximum permissible pressure during flushing and filling is 5 bar
manifold (3)
2
6
8
9
1
3
4
7
4.3 Hydraulic Pressure Testing
1 Close isolation valves on the primary connection to the manifold
Note: Repairs to circuits must be kept accessible with their precise
2 Open all circuit valves on flow and return arms
location recorded in the Commissioning Record.
3 Connect a hydraulic pressure tester to one fill/drain port
4 Raise the pressure to 1bar. Hold this pressure for 45 minutes and
inspect system for leaks. If fittings are present within the system it
is recommended that they are flexed during this inspection
5 Increase the pressure to 6 bar. Hold this pressure for 15 minutes
and continue to inspect
6 Reduce the pressure to 2bar. Hold this pressure for 45 minutes
and continue to inspect
If a pressure loss is observed
• Pressurise the system to its
previous test pressure and
isolate all circuits
• Observe for a continued
pressure drop over the same
test period
7 Safely depressurise the system
If a further drop occurs there is
8 Record the test results in the Commissioning Record
a leak from the manifold
9 Dispose of the discharged water in compliance with National
• Identify the leak and call
Health & Safety Regulations
If there is a danger of freezing, suitable measures (such as the addition
Technical Support (01392
444122)
If the pressure drop ceases,
there is a leak from a circuit
• Open and close each
circuit in turn, observing
the pressure gauge for an
instant pressure drop
If a leak is identified
• Safely depressurise the
system
• Isolate the leaking circuit
• Locate and repair the leak
• Repeat the pressure test
of anti-freeze additives or building conditioning) must be taken.
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4. Commissioning
4.4 Electrical Installation
3 Electrical connections to the circulating pump, flow watch protection
Mounting the actuators:
thermostat and actuators should be made in accordance with the
1 Unscrew the blue isolation caps from the thermoelectric actuator
instructions supplied with the control centre used.
mounts. (1)
2 Push the head of the actuators onto the adaptor until they click. (2)
Note: To make mounting easier, Wavin actuators are in the open
position and will not close the valve until after their first activation.
1
2
4.5 Temperature and Pump Settings*
Initial heating should commence with the flow water temperature
Products with restricted operating temperatures should not be
between 20°C and 25°C. This temperature should be maintained
installed without first ensuring they are suitable for use and will not
for at least 3 days. The flow water temperature should then be
adversely restrict the system performance.
increased to the systems design temperature. This temperature
1 Commission the Grundfos circulator in accordance with the
should be maintained until the moisture-content of the floor and air
are both stable (minimum 4 days).
For Screed Floors the maximum recommended flow temperature
is 55°C. A standard sand/cement screed should be allowed to cure
for 21 days after being laid before commencing the initial heating
procedure. Under no circumstances should the underfloor heating
be used to speed up the curing process. For other coverings please
refer to the manufacturers instructions.
For Timber Floors the maximum recommended flow temperature
is 60°C. Before laying timber flooring, it should be acclimatised to
manufacturers instructions and set it to speed III
2 Adjust the flow water temperature by turning the thermostatic
actuator. Refer to the table below and/or the temperature gauge
on the flow arm of the manifold to achieve the correct setting
3 Disengage the discrete white lock ring around the base of
the blue thermostatic actuator and reposition it to prevent
overheating due to tampering
4 Set the Flow Watch thermostat 10°C higher than the setting of
the thermostatic actuator
the room with the UFH system at design temperature until such time
that its moisture content is stable, typically around 10%.
Heated floor surfaces should not exceed 9°C above the design room
Note: Some heat sources will have an operational requirement for
temperature (15°C for peripheral areas).
the difference in flow and return temperatures to be greater than a
specific value. As a result it may be necessary to reduce the pump
Note: *Only applies to installations requiring a control pack
12
speed in order to increase the temperature drop.
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
Temp (°C)
10
20
30
40
50
60
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4. Commissioning / 5. Troubleshooting and Maintenence
4.6 Advanced Circuit Balancing
The Quick Circuit Balancing (section 4.1 page 10) method
3 Adjust each circuit’s setting until they all have an identical return
applies hydraulic balance to the circuits and does not take into
water temperature, ensuring that the circuit with the highest
consideration the project specific details which affect the heating
specific demand is set to 12 and all other circuit’s are balanced
demand on each circuit.
against it
Advanced balancing matches the return water temperature of each
circuit. It only needs to be applied if some circuits on the manifold
supply an area with an unusually high demand.
1 Install Wavin clip-on thermometers on the return of each circuit
connecting to the manifold
2 Run the system in heating mode for 3 hours with continuous
There will be a 2–3 minute delay between changing the setting
and observing a change
4 After 20–30 minutes repeat from step 3 until the return water
temperatures remain balanced
demand. This may require the room thermostats to be set above
each room’s design temperature
5.1 Troubleshooting
Symptom
No heat in any zone
Problem
Solution
UFH system not turning on
Ensure the UFH controls are programmed correctly, and the heat
source isavailable to provide hot water for the programmed period.
Heat source/UFH pump not
running
Ensure at least one thermostat is calling for heat and that the
switched lives to the boiler and the circulators become live
according to demand.
Primary flow and return pipes
crossed
Check the flow and return pipes from the heat source are
correctly connected to the manifold.
Valves closed
Check the isolation valves are open, the balancing valves are in
theirbalanced positions and that the thermoelectric actuators
are opening ondemand (a white band will be visible on the
raised cap).
UFH keeps switching off
Flow Water Protection
thermostat is activating
Check the flow temperature from the manifold is correct and
that limit thermostat is set 10°C higher. If flow temperature is
not responding correctly check thermostatic actuator for fault
Some zones do not become
warm
Air trapped within pipework
Set the UFH pump to speed setting III, open the balancing
valve fully for the problem zone ensuring all other zones are
isolated. Air should automatically vent from the system.
Manifold incorrectly balanced
Perform Quick and if necessary Advanced Circuit Balancing.
Manifold incorrectly balanced
Perform Quick and if necessary Advanced Circuit Balancing.
Flow temperature set too low
Check the blending valve is set correctly and that the primary
flow temperature into the mixing valve is equal to or warmer
than the required secondary flow water temperature.
High heat losses
Some rooms will have higher heat losses than others, such as
a conservatory. The effects can be compensated for by setting
the heating to come on for longer in these zones.
Thermally resistive floor
finish
Some floor constructions work more efficiently with underfloor
heating. For example stone or tiled floors have a greater heat
output than carpeted ones (check floor manufacturers details).
Zone takes a long time to
warm up
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5. Troubleshooting and Maintenence / 6. Technical Specification
5.2 Checking System Performance
Once the system is fully commissioned, thermostats should be
re-checked to ensure they are operating the correct thermoelectric
actuator.
If the thermostat calculates the room will take 45 minutes to reach
20°C from the current temperature, the heating would be turned on
at 6:15am.
If the heated property is newly constructed or if it has had
substantial work carried out on it, the moisture in the air and fabric
of the property will significantly increase the heat losses. As a result
it may not be possible to achieve the desired temperatures until the
moisture content has normalised.
Where standard thermostats are used, it is recommended that from
a cold start the system should be programmed to start its heating
cycle 1–11/ hours before the set room temperature is required.
An Infra red thermometer can be used to check the floor
temperature. The underfloor heating should typically exhibit a
surface temperature of 27–29°C, when the ambient air temperature
is about 18–20°C.
Wavin programmable thermostats incorporate optimised start, and
will therefore calculate the correct time to turn the underfloor heating
on in each zone, in order to achieve the set temperature at the set
time. For example, if a temperature of 20°C is required at 7:00am,
this time and temperature is what would be set on the thermostat.
2
Warm up times for underfloor heating systems vary according to the
following factors:
l External temperature
l Target internal temperature
l Level of insulation
l Ventilation rate
l
Mean water temperature
l Floor construction
l Floor covering
5.3 Care and Cleaning
l During all construction activities cover the manifold with a
polyethylene sheet or an enclosure to prevent damage.
l
Periodically inspect the system for leaks and erosion of brass
and plastic components.
l
l
Follow the heat source recommendations with regards to
flushing and additives.
Clean the manifold with a soft cloth.
Note: Do NOT use detergents to clean the manifold.
6 Technical Specification
Material
Connections
Medium
Pressure
Temperature
Maximum Flow Rate
Manifold Size
Standards
BBA Certificate
Manifold Body
PA6.6 - Glass Filled
Manifold Seals
EPDM
Control Pack / Connections
Brass
Primary
1” G Flat Faced Female Union
Secondary
Pipe Adapters for 16mm x 1.8mm Polybutylene Pipe
Fill / Drain
3/4” G Flat Faced Male
Water, Glycol Solutions
Max Percentage of Glycol
30%
Maximum Testing Pressure
8 bar
Maximum Operating Pressure
4 bar
Maximum Temperature
100°C
Maximum Operating Temperature
70°C
Minimum Temperature
4°C
Controlled Temperature Range*
10-60°C
Primary
60 l/min (30 l/min)*
Secondary
8 l/min
Maximum Number of Ports
12
BS EN ISO 15876-1 : 2003, BS EN ISO 15876-3 : 2003 and
BS EN ISO 15876-5 : 2003, application class 4, for a lifetime
of 25 years and a design pressure of 4 bar.
92/2823
*Only applies to installations requiring a control pack
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7. Commissioning Record
7 Commissioning Record
Manifold Number
Temperature
Setting*
Pump Setting*
Flushed and Filled
Pressure Test
Completed
Fully Operational
Circuit Number
Room Served
Zone Number
Circuit Length
Memory Ring
Setting
Passed Pressure
Test?
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Location of Leak
Action Taken
Location of Fitting if Repaired
Passed Pressure Test?
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
name
company
I ______________________________________
of ______________________________________
hereby declare that the UFH system is fully comissioned in accordace with the guidelines set
out within this installation guide.
Signed: ______________________________________
Note: Failure to present this comissioning record (accurately completed
with the declaration signed), when required, will void system warranty.
Email: [email protected]
www.thermoboard.co.uk
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Surface heating and cooling
solutions by Wavin
Thermoboard –
ensuring the right solution
Under the Thermoboard brand Wavin offers solutions for
surface heating and cooling for domestic and light commercial
environments. Thermoboard systems and services are
designed to enable speedy selection and correct installation
of the right solution for each situation – ensuring project
success, with complete peace of mind.
UFH
it’s what
we do
ISO 9001:2000
Wavin is a member of the Underfloor
Heating Manufacturers Association
Wavin operates a programme of continuous product development, and therefore reserves the right to
modify or amend the specification of their products without notice. All information in this publication is
given in good faith, and believed to be correct at the time of going to press. However, no responsibility
can be accepted for any errors,omissions or incorrect assumptions. Users should satisfy themselves
that products are suitable for the purpose and application intended.
Wavin
Underfloor Heating Division
The Dart Building
Grenadier Road
Exeter Business Park
Exeter, Devon EX1 3QF
Tel: 01392 444 122
[email protected]
Wavin provides effective solutions for essential needs of daily life: safe
distribution of drinking water; sustainable management of rainwater and waste
water; energy efficient heating and cooling for buildings.
Wavin’s European leadership, local presence, commitment to innovation and
technical support, all benefit our customers. We consistently achieve the
highest sustainability standards, ensure total reliability of supply to support
our customers to achieve their objectives.
www.thermoboard.co.uk
UF428 – July 2012
Solutions for Essentials
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