Our best tubing, InfloorPERT®, boasts flexibility, durability, has a proven 30-year track record, and comes with a comprehensive 25-year manufacturer’s warranty. It is perfect for residential heating, commercial heating, and snowmelt applications. We have InfloorPERT in stock and ready for your next heating project.
Ever wondered how tubing, fittings, and manifolds are manufactured for in-floor heating systems? Thanks to the Science Channel you can view the entire process. The show “How It’s Made” covered this topic in detail, including how the components are used in a radiant heating system. Very cool! Check it out below.
Tubing is an essential part of every hydronic radiant heating system. Like veins, it transports warm fluid, and the heat output, throughout your floors, turning them into comfortable, warm surfaces. We offer the best PEX and PERT tubing for our hydronic systems, available in a variety of sizes, ranging from 3/8″ to 1″. These tubes provide excellent performance in radiant applications and provide the system designer with the greatest options for component selection. With five sizes available, how do you know which one is best for your project? These general rules can help.
We are proud to offer radiant heating solutions designed to improve your everyday living and comfort. There are many benefits to Infloor radiant heating. It is energy-efficient, reducing gas and electric bills, eliminates duct work and duct heat losses, creates a quieter home, is a healthier way of living for those with allergies, and provides greater energy management options with zoning. It is a superior heating method that easily adapts to even further ‘green living’ sustainability with solar and geothermal options available for increased savings.
Winter is quickly closing in, and we are busy designing and providing Snowmelt systems for many of our customers. Here’s a look at an Infloor Snowmelt System currently being installed near Denver. It is a concrete application for a patio that connects the house to the garage.
Infloor President, Michael Willburn, recently talked with Nadia Askar from Plumbing & Mechanical Magazine about the benefits of PERT Tubing, which is one of our newest product, called InfloorPERT.
There is a silent and invisible assistant at the ground floor in the fight to save lives. And it’s one of the most unlikely, and perhaps least recognized of technological helpers. It’s radiant heating.
Infloorboard I has so much to offer! One of its many benefits is the simplicity of installing the tubing. We’re so excited about it, we made a fun little video to show you firsthand what the process looks like. We follow an entire supply and return loop, from and back to the manifold (Infloor 1″ brass manifold) and show you how easy it is to connect tubing to the manifold.
Our newest product InfloorPERT is officially here and ready for your next hydronic project. Here are some of the things you’ll love about InfloorPERT Tubing:
The week of May 19, Infloor Heating Systems President, Michael Willburn, spent two days traveling the great state of North Dakota spreading the word about our company and products. He was accompanied by an Infloor representative for that region, Lorry Stratioti of Walters-Climate, Inc. They covered over 1,100 miles of North Dakota landscape visiting wholesale suppliers, making stops in Fargo, Bismarck, Minot, and Grand Forks. They specifically focused on talking about tubing and electric cable.