Warmafloor upgrades control system for underfloor heating

Warmafloor, underfloor heating, space heating, controls

Warmafloor, a leading provider of underfloor heating and cooling systems for commercial, public and residential buildings, has upgraded its smart control system. Now branded Inteliq, this enhanced system offers an optimum balance of control and functionality in managing the temperature of the surroundings of building users.

There is a user-friendly touchscreen, and Inteliq is equipped with Warmafloor’s signature integrated control technology and allows control of up to 32 zones from a single intelligent, password-protected device.

Upgrades include a new layout, two sizes of touchscreen (11 and 18 cm), and a range of newly designed thermostats and bead sensors.

Temperatures in each zone are controlled, and there is a range of advanced features with different time and temperatures for each day of the week. There is also built-in night setback and holiday-mode controls.

Inteliq can interface with multiple energy sources such as boilers, heat pumps and solar panels to optimise the energy circulating in a building.

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