Thermal resistance (unit: m² K/ W) is the resistance of a structural component to the transmission of heat. The greater this value is, the better the insulation characteristics are. In order not to impair heating performance, the thermal resistance of the floor structure (floor surface + insulation underlay) should not be more than 0.15 m² K/W for the installation of flooring on a warm water in-floor heating system.
EGGER Laminate Flooring has a thermal resistance of 0.07 m² K/W (7.0mm thickness) to 0.10 m² K/W (12mm thickness) and thus clearly fulfils the CE requirement of 0.15 m² K/W.
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