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OMNIE to unveil UFH innovations at NEC InstallerSHOW

Aimed at M&E consultants and architects as well as contractors, the InstallerSHOW at the NEC Birmingham is a must attend event for underfloor heating specialist, OMNIE.

Returning for the exhibition, being held from 21-23rd June, the Exeter-based manufacturer will be among the 300 plus exhibitors, showcasing its unrivalled range of engineered panel systems and other products which simplify the work of installers. They are also ideal for optimising the performance of OMNIE’s different ground and air source heat pumps and integral to its industry leading whole-house approach to energy efficiency.

As a member of the Ridgespear Group, OMNIE continues to invest in product development as well as its support services, including new technical literature,CPD seminars and installation videos. The various UFH panels featureprecision routed channelsinto which the pipe is pushed and soft temper diffuser foil to enhance heat delivery, allowing OMNIE UFH systems to operate at lower flow temperatures. Meanwhile the new 4mm thick composite MultiTop has been introduced to simplify the installation of ceramic tiles, stone or parquet flooring over its 15mm and 22mm LowBoard as well as FoilFloat options.

to the showstand number: C191,will also be able to get a first look at OMNIE’s latest TorFloor 2 which augments its acclaimed UFH panel, able to span floor joists or battens in place of standard decking. Now TorFloor 2 will give installers greater confidence with an overlay which clearly indicates the position of the pipe runs when mechanical fixings are being used. OMNIE’s sales and technical staff will be on hand throughout the show to offer advice on specification and project specific challenges.

5 May 2022


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