Tape Mats are the safest and easiest-to-install heating mat in the industry.
It is Listed by UL® for the U.S. and Canada, and tested by Tile Council
of America for all residential and moderate commercial applications.
All mats have the "S-pattern" wire construction and produce 12
watts/sq. ft. Tape Mats offer the largest selection of mats in the
industry with over 40 sizes manufactured in three widths (1, 2, and 3
ft. wide) in lengths covering up to 160 sq. ft. - with one mat!
Consider The Benefits...
industry's first thin, open-weave construction allows thin-set or
self-leveling mortar to flow through the mat and easily bond with the
underlying material. This one-step application adds only 1/8" thickness
over a normal tile installation.
The industry's first single power lead construction makes mats easy to install and simpler to connect to the control.
industry's highest-quality heating wire using ETFE high-temperature
insulation, PEX jacket, and oxygen-free copper alloys for corrosion
resistance, temperature resistance, abrasion resistance, and longevity.
The industry's first twin-wire construction means ultra-low EMF.
120-VAC and 240-VAC models available for small residential to large commercial applications.
industry's only shielded and fully grounded 10-ft. power lead provides
safety and jobsite durability (longer lengths available on request).
Power leads are color-coded for 120 VAC or 240 VAC.
Tough outer jacket
Braided metal grounding jacket (for safety)
EFTE insulation (for long-term corrosion, chemical & temperature resistance)
Oxygen-free copper heating elements (for flexibility & longevity)
Features & Specs
Power leads and heating elements are fully grounded from end to end.
elements are manufactured with a braided twin-wire design and shielded
to reduce electromagnetic fields (EMF) to ultra-low levels.
Electric Floor Heating Mats are easily maneuverable. Just cut the mesh to fit around tight corners and fixtures
Installation is as easy as...
and sketch the room you plan to warm. Choose the best place for your
thermostat, what areas you want to warm and how many mats you will
need. Heat 85-90% of open floor, staying 4-6 inches away from walls and
out your mats according to your sketch, fastening them to your subfloor
with double-sided tape, staples, or hot glue. Mount your thermostat and
place the temperature sensor between any two heating wires.
mats with a cement based mortar, let it cure, then install your floor
covering. If you are installing tile, you can install the tile when you
apply the mortar. Connect mat power leads to your thermostat in