Cellecta, the UK specialist Acoustic and Thermal Insulation manufacturer, has launched the Mojave® dry laid underfloor heating system.
The system brings together a series of well-known components, consisting of high-performance acoustic layers, XFLO® high-compressive strength extruded polystyrene (XPS), ULTRAplate aluminium diffuser plates or foiled faced (XPS), topped off with award winning overlay board ScreedBoard® 20.
With this system, Cellecta has placed a greater emphasis on response times, lower running costs and thinner floor solutions. Mojave® provides a dry, robust and reliable floor build-up from one source.
The Mojave® system offers the heating & plumbing sector a one-stop-shop to source the majority of the components required, minimising the number of deliveries to manage and invoices to process.
Lee Baxter, National Sales Director, commented: “We’ve been working closely with a number of UFH projects over the last 2/3 years and with the feedback and continued support, Cellecta have heavily invested in various automated machines and production lines for the associated materials.
“This has enabled our manufacturing output to be sleek, in ensuring availability for distributing, whilst being very competitively priced.
“With the advice and guidance of some of the leading experts we’ve been actively testing our dry UFH systems versus traditional wet methods in a UKAS accredited test chamber.
“Our RIBA approved Heating Floor Treatments CPD highlights the results from these tests which have quickly become a hit with architects and specifiers over the lockdown period with over 100 individuals attending the online seminar.
“The Mojave® system is delivered direct to site and are backed up by a wealth of technical data and accreditation.”
Mojave® has quickly become an industry leading UFH solution, with the system being recognised at the Housebuilder Awards winning Best Services Product at the 2020 awards
To request more information on the company’s Mojave® systems or to book a CPD, contact [email protected] or call 01634 296677
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