Underfloor Hydronic Floor Heating

Hydronic Underfloor Heating Systems Market leading solutions for small areas such as one room up to large homes

All MicroHeat CFEWH Single Phase and Three Phase Water Heating products can be used in Underfloor hydronic and above floor hydronic heating applications.
MicroHeat hydronic water heating systems can be installed in the underfloor or above floor hydronic heating circuits as the water heating method. This method eliminates the need for external cold water mixing as per other solutions such as gas heaters/heat pumps and solar hot water solutions. It provides accurate temperature control that delivers the temperature required in the reticulated circuit by digitally controlling the power accordingly, ensuring a safe and reliable, zoned hydronic system.

The hydronic heating installation pictures below were with a Warmboard-r overlay on concrete, then floating board installed over the warmboard.

Key advantages of what MicroHeat was able to supply to the project are as follows:

  • Superior reticulated circuit temperature control
  • For small footprints such as Home Units, Apartments, decentralised use in large homes our Single Phase power range is ideal – Providing market leading heating solutions for living spaces between 50 – 100 square meters with a single unit.  Add multiple units for larger Underfloor Heating areas.
  • For small to large footprints where Three Phase power is available our entire range is available for use.
  • Comfort control – heat only where and when needed
  • Energy use 100% optimised
  • No standby energy losses, only heats when needed
  • No reticulation energy/heat loss as the heat source is point of use to the hydronic
  • Reduce hydronic heating infrastructure costs
  • Ease of installation – in a cupboard, no venting required
  • Low maintenance, easy to monitor

Speak to a MicroHeat Specialist Today

Give us a call on 1300 981 325 or email info@microheat.com.au to enquire about our innovative hydronic water heating units in both Single Phase and Three Phase options. We can also answer any questions you may have regarding the design of your next hydronic heating installation.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I plan for my underfloor hydronic heating system to be heated by MicroHeat warm water under floor heating unit?

Contact your underfloor heating specialist and advise them of MicroHeat products that can heat underfloor heating circuits.  They can then speak with a MicroHeat technician as to how the MicroHeat solution can be incorporated into a highly efficient Underfloor heating solution.

Why is MicroHeat Underfloor heating solution so efficient?

The MicroHeat Electric instantaneous solution is compact, requires no venting and is small with an A4 footprint.  The unit is installed inside any recess inside the home(Not exposed to outside cold climate temperatures), hence is immediately close to the hydronic circuit anywhere in the home, unit or apartment, with a small internal volume and close to the actual floor that’s needed to be heated, ensures the lowest amount of water required.  The MicroHeat technology only uses the energy required to boost the circuit as it reticulates, in combination with a lower volume of water in the circuit delivers a market leading energy efficient solution for continuous water heating throughout the cold climate months.

What do I need to keep in mind when purchasing a hydronic underfloor heating system?

  • Capacity
  • Size
  • Affordability
  • Safety features
  • Energy consumption
  • Climate impacts
  • Ease of installation

Why should I choose MicroHeat?

MicroHeat is a leading provider of hydronic heating units in Melbourne and can also supply clients with hydronic heating Australia wide. We have installed hydronic heating systems Melbourne and Australia wide, with expert technicians who can recommend the best type of above floor hydronic heating or warm water under floor heating system to suit your premises.

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