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BSRIA publishes guide to underfloor heating and cooling

A new guide from research organisation BSRIA (BG4/2011) will replace the previous Underfloor Heating: A Designer's Guide (AG12/2001) and Underfloor Heating Installations: Assessment Standard (AG13/2001).
The guide incorporates the advances in the technology, design methods and applications of underfloor systems that have taken place in the last ten years, including the growth in cooling
applications and the integration of renewable energy. It provides straightforward technical guidance to those who are new to underfloor heating systems and provides a good reference guide for those more experienced in the industry.
The guide will be useful for designers, installers, clients/end-users and manufacturers of underfloor heating systems and related products such as building controls and boilers. It provides easy to use checklists and invaluable advice. For example it enables:
· Initial system sizing before getting details from manufacturers
· Selection of the most suitable underfloor heating or cooling system (to complement your
floor finishes and energy sources)
· The prevention of costly mistakes with system selection or installation
The guide contains 117 pages, 24 tables and 38 figures.
Copies of Underfloor Heating and Cooling (BG4/2011) are now available at £25 to BSRIA members
and £50 to non-members.
Call 01344 465529, email: or visit
10 January 2011


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