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Complete Design - Supply - Installation of Poultry Heating Systems
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Underfloor heating systems can be installed into practically any available floor construction in any commercial, industrial, agricultural or domestic application and we will always be happy to offer our expert advice on the best fit system for your particular application.

Our underfloor heating systems will be installed so that they have no visible parts and due to the nature of our systems, there are only a limited number of moving mechanical components, making them practically maintenance free. Underfloor heating utilises extremely robust temperature resistant PEX (polythene) pipes, which feed low temperature hot water through a circuit network within the heated floor areas.

These circuits can be installed into screeds and solid floor slabs or into heat spreader plates for suspended timber floors and produce a zone of radiant heat within the floor structure, which is transmitted through into the heated space above.

There are a great variety of different types of floor build up, so please contact us for further details and relevant literature to give an exact match for your requirements. As they are not heating and circulating warmed air into ceiling voids and roof spaces, Geotek systems are particularly energy efficient, producing extremely comfortable temperature gradients compared to conventional systems.

Furthermore, the use of an entire floor space to transmit radiant heat allows it to be generated with much lower water temperatures. Some other key benefits of our underfloor heating systems compared to conventional heating systems are:
:: Lower water and air temperatures, leading to lower running costs.

:: Reduced air movement, making them more hygienic and anti-allergenic.

:: Greater freedom in room layout design, as they are 'hidden' systems.

:: No localisation or cold spots. Radiant heating through floors creates a comfortable, even spread of heat, controlled at lower air temperatures.

:: Heat is focused within the 'occupied zone', so energy is not wasted heating roof spaces and ceiling voids.

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