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The QuickNet system provides targeted comfort heating in bathrooms, kitchens, entryways and other living areas. Raychem QuickNet's compatibility with all standard sub flooring materials, and its low 3/16 inch (3mm) profile, make it ideal for renovation projects. The QuickNet radiant floor heating system includes a blue heating cable woven into an adhesive-backed red fiberglass mesh that allows for simple roll-out installation without worrying about heating cable spacing. The floor heating mats are pre terminated for use with 120 V, 208 V, and 240 V. The QuickNet floor heating mats emit no measurable electromagnetic fields due to the shielded dual conductor design. This dual conductor cable requires only one cold lead connection making it easy to layout and install. The cold lead is a black non-heating cord that runs in the wall and connects the system to the thermostat.
Raychem® QuickNet™ Floor Heating Mat Kit, 20 in Width, 36.4 ft Length, 60 sq-ft Coverage, 120 VAC, 6 A, 720 W Wattage, 3 in Heating Cable Spacing, On/Off Control, 1-1/4 in Bend Radius, 85 deg C
85 deg C
(1) QuickNet Floor Heating Mat (with 10 ft Cold Lead), (1) Floor Temperature Sensor (15 ft L), (1) 1 QuickStat-TC thermostat, (1) Installation Instructions