How to Construct





Cross sectional diagram of GT Carbon Heating

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How to Construct

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① Thoroughly clean the bottom surface and install the heating insulation without any gaps.

     At this time, install the edge with 5 cm distance from the wall. Tape the joints of heat insulation.

 

② Arrange the GT Carbon Heating on the insulation at intervals of 50-150 mm and space them 5 cm apart from the edges of the insulation (with 10 cm distance from the wall).

 

③After wiring the GT Carbon Heating in series or parallel, the joints are thoroughly double-waterproofed with heat shrink tubing and butyl tape.

 

④ Connect the electricity to the thermostat to check if there is disconnection or whether it is operated properly.

 

⑤Inspect the installation interval of GT Carbon Heating, joints, connection of wires to check whether there is any abnormality.

 

⑥In the case of wide space or multiple use facilities, place mesh (iron mesh or drivit for floor) and mortar (at client's expense) at a thickness of about
    2.5~3.5 cm to maintain smoothness (3~3.5 cm for floor mortar, and maintain 2.5 cm or over in the case of hand plastering to minimize cracks)

* Plastering is not in the range of heating work

 

⑦ After a complete dry (3 to 5 days), connect the heat for at least one day to dry moisture within the mortar before installing finishing materials.

 



 

Connection of sleeves at the cut areas and heat shrink tube operation


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※Double-waterproof finish with butyl tape is recommended after a heat shrink tube operation


 

 

GTKOREA, Inc.