The HeatMax™ manifold distributes hot water around the underfloor heating zones within your floor. It is supplied with all the ball valves and bleed points for an easy install.
Includes easy to read CrystalClear™ flow gauges to ensure your flow rates are set correctly.
The HeatMax™ large area mixer provides accurate “on manifold” water temperature control to heating circuits, and connects via ball valves to the manifold.
This is for systems where a high temperature heat source is used, and controls water temperature via the mixing valve to the design temperature required.
The HeatMax™ large area mixer is also available without the mixing valve, for use in situations where water temperature controls are not required. This is usually the case where heat pumps are used.
The HeatMax™ small area mixer has been designed for control of flow and water temperature to single rooms or to small areas less than 40m2, where a manifold is not required.
Pre-assembled and tested to ensure that it can be fitted with the minimum of labour, and commissioned immediately once fitted.
The FlowBox™ mixed station is used for centralised pumping and mixing for multiple manifolds and removes the need for on-manifold mixers. They are usually installed in the plant room or below the boiler.
The FlowBox™ mixed station controls the temperature of the water to the underfloor heating manifolds at the correct temperature, via the 3-way rotary mixing valve and actuator. This can be at either design temperature, or climate dependant, via the optional external weather compensation sensor.
The FlowBox™ direct station is used for centralised pumping and mixing for multiple manifolds and removes the need for on-manifold mixers.
The FlowBox™ direct station is a direct supply circulation unit designed for applications where direct unmixed pumping is required. It is equipped with two shut-off valves with thermometers, check valve, high-class insulation shell and high efficiency circulation pump.
The FlowBox™ manifold provides a simple solution for connecting primary pipework from a heat appliance, in cases where 2 or 3 FlowBox™ stations are used on a single installation, for example to provide low temperature for UFH manifolds and high temperature for radiators, towel rails and DHW.