SunTouch SlabHeat Cables are the best solution for true radiant floor heating installed within a new concrete slab pour.
SlabHeat is engineered by the world leader in electric floor heating systems with the capability to produce enough BTUs to heat a slab, the space, and the surface people walk on. Regardless of size, shape, or thickness, SlabHeat is the way to provide heat to just about any indoor space.
Benefits of SlabHeat
Tough polyurethane outer jacket offers superior flexibility, abrasion and tear resistance, impact resistance, resiliency and better low temperature stability than the PVC used in competing products.
SlabHeat Cable is a complete heating cable consisting of a series resistance heating cable and a single power lead for easy single point connection. The heating cable length cannot be cut to fit. Constant wattage output is approximately 5 Watts per Linear Foot.
SlabHeat cable should be installed in all interior floor areas to be warmed. It cannot be used for exterior applications, snow melting, or in ceilings.
Primary Heat Applications
A properly designed heating system begins with an accurate heat-loss calculation to determine whether the system will provide enough energy to function as the primary heat source for the space or provide floor warming only. If it is a primary heating system, we recommend a detailed heat-loss be performed first, then select wire spacing based on heat output. If you have already know the BTUs required, the calculation is simple. If you need us to perform a heat-loss calculation, please download the form and return it to us with all details completed.
|Mats or Wire||Supply Wire||Breaker|
|120||up to 12 amps||14||1||single pole||15 or 20 A|
|120||up to 15 amps||12||1||single pole||20 A|
|240||up to 12 amps||14||1||double pole||15 or 20 A|
|240||up to 15 amps||12||1||double pole||20 A|
* Recommended only. Follow local codes for wire gauge size.
Indoor Installation Only Inside Concrete Slab
20 A Breaker.
Install 4 - 6 inches away; can be under front of toilet. Approx 20" from wall
ANSI/NFPA 70 especially Article 426. Plus any local code requirements
.75" inches below top of heated surface-completely covered
194 ° degrees F
|Heating Power Output Total||2550 BTU total|
|Heating Power Output per Hour (BTU)||51 BTU per Sq Ft/Hour @ 4" in. inch spacing)|
|EMF (Electro Magnetic Field)||Yes. Verified by Independent Testing Laboratory as ultra low. REET test|
|Ohms Reading (resistance value)||16 - 21 ohms|
|Power Lead Wire Gauge||14 AWG|
|Power Lead Length||10 Feet|
|Power Lead Type||Armored, NEC color code, Single point connection at 1 end of spool. No return wire like inferior products|
|Thickness||1/4 " in. inch|
|Wattage per SF||15|
|Spacing of Heating Wire||4" - 5" - 6" on center|
|Spacing between runs 1||4|
|Spacing between runs 2||5|
|Spacing between runs 3||6|
|Heated SF 1||50|
|Heated SF 2||62|
|Heated SF 3||75|
|Watts Per SF 1||15|
|Watts Per SF 2||12.5|
|Watts Per SF 3||10|
|Canadian Electric Code reference||Section 62 (CEC) Part I. Plus any local code requirements|
|Safety Listing||UL (Underwriters Laboratory) Listed for U.S. and Canada under UL 1673 and CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 130-03, File No. E185866|
|Warranty from Manufacturer||10 year warranty backed by USA Manufacturer since 1873|
|Total Watts||750 watts - Total watts are per cable, NOT dependent on spacing|
|Wire Construction||Thermoplastic insulation, metal shield and Outside layer of Polyurethane|
|Cable Length||146' ft. feet|
|Cable Length (inches)||1752" in. inch|
|Cable Length (meters)||44.24 m meter metre|