Electric underfloor heating provides 5-star treatment

Discreet comfort for the recently opened spa at The Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland is provided by Raychem electric underfloor heating.
Raychem electric underfloor heating systems have been installed for comfort heating in the recently opened £8 million spa at The Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland. Smith electrical, a distributor partner for Tyco Thermal Controls, was commissioned by project electrical contractor HF Ltd to supply the underfloor heating systems and install them under the anti-slip porcelain-ceramic tiling around the vitality pool, across the communal areas, in changing rooms and in 12 of the treatment rooms. Ultra-thin QuickNet power mats were laid in the tile adhesive to achieve maximum heating efficiency with virtually no impact on floor height. For changing rooms, a higher output was specified, so T2Blue heating cables were installed within a levelling compound to match the requirement of this zone.
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