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    Updated: 13 Nov 2018


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Normally floor heating is regulated by air temperature sensors.
These should usually be installed at the height of the switch (between 0.8 to 1.5 meters from the floor) to read a representative temperature.
Mounting the air sensor near the floor or ceiling is not efficient.

For floors with tiles, especially in bathrooms, it is recommended to place a sensor recessed in the floor under the last tile, as well as a room temperature sensor.

This keeps the floor warm even when the air temperature is satisfactory.

Although this will result in the set temperature being exceeded, many people think that this is preferable to walking on a cold stone floor (especially if you have just taken a hot bath or shower).











For electrical floor heating, it is in most cases necessary for the floor sensor to be adapted to each floor area, as well as the room sensor.
Unlike water in tubes where the water temperature is carefully controlled and when impossible to generate hazardous surface temperatures, electric heating radiators can cause the floor to become uncomfortably hot.

By using floor sensors, we can set both the minimum and the highest temperature for the floor.

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