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SunTouch TapeMat 120V 24"x 7'-6" 12000724

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MFR Part No: 81007233

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The 12000724 SunTouch TapeMat 120V 24"x 7'-6" 12000724 installs quickly.

Voltage 120 VAC
How to choose 120 or 240 Volt Same Energy efficiency & same Watts/SF. More Sq Footage per circuit with 240v
Watts Per SF 12 Watts per Sq Foot
Heat Output BTUs per SF 41 BTU per Sq Ft/Hour
Heating Power : Total BTU's 615 BTU total
Manufacturer SunTouch Watts Radiant
Brand Name SunTouch Tape Mat
Power Lead Type Armored, NEC color code, Single point connection at 1 corner of mat. No return wire like inferior products
Power Lead Length 10 Feet
Power Lead Wire Gauge (varies by heated area) 18 AWG
Product Thickness 0.122 (less than 1/8")
Heating Wire Spacing 2.5" inches
Minimum Bend Radius 1 inch
Weight 2.0000
Ohms Reading (resistance value) 76-94 ohms
ZERO* EMF (Electro Magnetic Field) Yes. Verified by Independent Testing Laboratory as ultra low. REET test
Controls/Thermostat is required for operation SunStat Floor sensing thermostat
Conduit required for Power Leads Conduit does make installation easier in new construction (not required)
Packaging Easy Open Cardboard - no frustration
Width of heating area Feet 2' ft. feet
Length of heating area Feet 7.5' ft. feet
Width of heating area Inches 24" in. inch
Length of heating area Inches 90" in. inch
Width of heating area Meters 0.61m meter metre
Length of heating area Meters 2.29m meter metre


Recent Reviews

Overall Product Rating:

(5 out of 5)

By: Lawrence H

Sep 08, 2014

System works well. I plan a future remodel of the master bath.

1. SunTouch Tape Mat, 120v, 24"x7'6"
2. SunTouch Sunstat Non-Programmable Dial Control

Installation was on a minor renovation of a guest bath, under ceramic tile on concrete slab floor. My installer was a young man, just starting in the general contractor business who had not done a radiant floor before. He and I viewed the install video and read all the guidance and did the install together.

Installation: I did most of the wiring. My contractor decided to lay the mat with a minimal layer of thinset, then let that harden before laying the tile on top. He was concerned with having to lay tile over the mat only attached to the floor with the tape. Only complication was that the floor was then not perfectly smooth (thinset over mat somewhat irregular) but by having the mat firmly installed the tile setting task wasn't so critical in care to avoid the loose mat. I checked wire integrity before, during, and after it was set in the thinset.

Operation has been checked and is fine.

I plan a future remodel of the master bath and will install a much larger area of mat, and will use a more standard programmable thermostat because I will depend on the mat for supplementary heating in the bath area. I have installed solar electric and planned for additional power consumption so power use will not a factor.

Your install video and installation instructions were very helpful.