We are thrilled to see our new product, Infloor Stainless Steel Manifolds, featured among other great products in Contracting Business Magazine. Infloor pre-assembled Stainless Steel manifolds are used to distribute heat-transfer ﬂuid throughout a hydronic radiant heating system. They can be used in traditional radiator systems, and innovative under-ﬂoor radiant systems. Made of stainless steel, they are particularly suitable for heating systems, allowing all of the project parameters to be controlled, providing the perfect balance of each outlet. This avoids any unnecessary waste and ensures an elevated level of thermal comfort.
Infloor Heating Systems® continues to take steps to make radiant heating simple for builders, architects, installers, and property owners, by reducing the complexity of the systems while increasing quality. And now the heart of the systems just got better with Infloor’s new stainless steel manifolds offering unparalleled design freedom and easy installation.
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.
We are here in beautiful Las Vegas at the 2017 AHR Expo and are exhibiting in the North Hall, booth #N11810. Our president Michael Willburn and Sales Director Scott Clark are here to meet and greet customers personally and discuss the benefits, features, and installation options for Infloor Heating Systems. They can also answer any questions you have about the set-up and operation of these systems. If you have a technical question, or are just plain curious about radiant heating, be sure to stop by and say hi. They know everything there is to know about hydronic and electric heating systems,… READ MORE
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.