Detailed installation instructions and helpful hints are provided with each InfraFloor Film order.
It's always best to start with a layout plan or drawing and take pictures of your radiant floor heat installation.
InfraFloor® Film must be connected to GFCI. InfraFloor offers many thermostats with built-in GFCI.
Cut notches in the underlayment padding under InfraFloor Film’s connections and leads so the floor sits flush.
InfraFloor offers duct tape for attaching InfraFloor Film to the underlayment padding and taping over leads.
InfraFloor Film's lengths can be shortened by cutting with scissors along the cutting lines and covering metal strips edges with electric tape.
Multiple InfraFloor Film heating mats should be connected in parallel (not in series) and then to the floor heating thermostat along with floor sensor.
Use an ohmmeter or multimeter to measure InfraFloor Film's resistance out of the box and after steps 1 and 3 to verify that InfraFloor Film warming mat is in good condition prior to and after laying the floor.
InfraFloor offers inexpensive multi-meters for making your radiant floor heating mats resistance checks.
Install a second sensor in the floor as a backup. Sensor failure is rare, but its low cost insurance to add a backup.
Multiple InfraFloor Film mats can be connected in parallel to one radiant floor heat thermostat:
Up to 160 S.F. with 120V supply
Up to 320 S.F. with 240V supply
InfraFloor offers power modules for larger installations on one radiant floor heating thermostat.
Call InfraFloor at 888-203-9730 and one of our friendly, knowledgeable representatives will be glad to assist you with any questions.