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Posted By: CWattersThat one you mentioned above above has a thermal conductivity of 0.083 W/(mK)http://www.elastilon.com/uk/images/stories/pdf/iff_testreport_723_uk-lock_shear_strength-thermal_resistance.pdfDuralay Heatflow seems to be 20% better at 0.101 W/(mK)..http://www.completelyflooring.co.uk/underlaydata/heat_wood.pdf
Posted By: tonyI cant see why we are so worried about air pockets, the heat will warm them up and still come through almost as if they were not there.
Posted By: gustyturbineBut if the possibility of lost heat (minimal though) in air pockets is a real concern then how about tiles instead? I am no expert but the heat lost in air pockets would be tiny surely?
Posted By: CWattersOne problem I've heard of is people buying 14mm engineered wood then finding out from the installer that the minimium thickness for an unsupported floor is 18mm. So they put down 18mm chipboard then the 14mm engineered wood on top.
Posted By: Chris P BaconUpstairs I will have 22mm chipboard subfloor I am considering to route out channels myself for 10mm UFH pipe (probably at a wider spacing than normal as I don't need much heat output) and then fully bond 10mm engineered flooring on top of that to strengthen the floor to compensate for what has been routed out. Do you know if that is acceptable?
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