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Warmup DCM-PRO 2m² 300W Underfloor Heating Cable (21.8m Length)


The Warmup DCM-PRO System is designed for use over a subfloor prepared for tiling. The mat has a strong self-adhesive layer to secure it directly to Warmup insulation boards. Alternatively, it can be affixed to a clean dry subfloor, which has been primed using an SBR primer (ratio 1:4). The mat is available in 1m² sheet or 15m x 1m rolls, which makes installation quick and easy whilst ensuring precision is maintained. The mat can be easily trimmed using a utility knife.
The 4.5mm multi-strand, dual-core heating cable, is insulated with an advanced fluoropolymer making it exceptionally tough and easy to tile over. It is easily clipped into the DCM-PRO mat by gently pressing it in between the castellations. The cable can be spaced at 60mm, 90mm & 120mm depending on power requirements.
The DCM-PRO system can be used as a waterproofing layer through the addition of the DCM-PRO Waterproofing tape, for installations such as wet rooms or where there will be significant exposure to water.

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EX. VAT: £85.54


  • Average Power Rating 150w/m²
  • Colour Blue
  • Compliance BEABCE
  • Coverage 2m²
  • Current Rating 1.3A
  • Dimensions (L)21.8 m
  • Frequency 50 Hz
  • Guarantee1 0 Years
  • IP Rating IPX7
  • Packaging Types Reel
  • Power Rating 300W
  • Unspsc V1840101840
  • Voltage Rating 230V

Frequently asked questions

Underfloor heating is a heating system that is installed beneath the floor surface, providing an even distribution of heat throughout a room. It can be either electric (dry) or water-based (wet).

Electric underfloor heating uses electric cables or mats to generate heat, while water-based systems use a network of pipes to circulate warm water. Both systems heat the floor, which then radiates heat upwards into the room.

Benefits include even heat distribution, improved energy efficiency, more space (no need for radiators), and enhanced comfort. It can also reduce dust circulation, which is beneficial for allergy sufferers.

The cost of installation varies depending on the type of system (electric or water-based), the size of the area, and the complexity of the installation. Generally, electric systems are cheaper to install but more expensive to run, while water-based systems have higher installation costs but lower running costs.

Most types of flooring are compatible, including tile, stone, engineered wood, laminate, vinyl, and carpet. However, it’s important to choose flooring with good heat conductivity and to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines.

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