Underfloor heating for wet screed. Great flexibility and installation freedom make the x-net C17 klett system an ideal solution for surface temperature control. Tool-free and flexible pipe laying as well as the best floating screed properties allow the pipes to be laid particularly quickly and rationally.
Kermi x-net C17 klett insulation and klett pipe − all you need for perfect, tool-free installation.
No tools needed, so pipe fixing is fast. Easy one-man installation.
The klett strip on the pipes grips the klett sheet on the insulation panel and thus ensures maximum retention strength.
x-net C17 klett roll in various insulation thicknesses with a coverage area of 10 m² per roll.
Cutting with the x-net cutter knife is remarkably easy. Clean cutting edges are made without effort and without residue.
Insulation joints are connected simply, quickly and securely with the x-net adhesive tape.
x-net C17 klett fleece roll, with a thickness of just 6 mm, is particularly suitable for refurbishing.
Remaining pipe stays in the packaging, where it is protected against dirt and damage and ready to be transported at any time. No unintended adhesion.
Pipes and pipe connectors according to DIN 4726 and DIN EN ISO 15875 are tested and monitored regularly by an accredited independent testing institute.
For the manifold connections, the klett tape at the end of the pipe can be removed with ease.
Retroactive position correction simplifies threading on the manifold for a secure screed enclosure.
The wide adhesive foot and lateral plastic reinforcement ensure vertical stability and straight-line positioning – for safe expansion joint profiles which meet the standards.
The flexible installation spacing also allows adjustment to unusual room geometries.
Adhesive strip for wall fixing of x-net edge insulation strip H 160 mm. Height adjusted to the floor structure so that there is no adhesive residue visible in the wall area afterwards.
The protective film on x-net edge insulation strip H 160 provides an optimal seal on the flat and flush klett insulation.
Multiple tear-off slits for fast tool-free cutting of the edge insulation strip without leaving tool marks on the wall plaster.
Prevents unintentional adhesion of the klett pipe, ideal for laying over large distances or into other rooms.
With the pipe guide aid, the flexible C17 klett pipes can be laid quickly and efficiently even through several rooms. The unrolling unit can stay in one place and does not always need to be moved along. The pipe slides securely through the pipe guide without unwanted adhesion.
Clever control for panel heating and cooling. This means the desired heating comfort can be set individually for every room. Clever control also means: Save cleverly. x-net control is available in two product lines, to precisely suit the particular requirements.
Kermi does away with uncontrolled heat dissipation – with the x-net connect systems, heat is specifically guided past the screed in the area of the underfloor heating manifold to render an efficient and controlled heating operation possible. That way, major heat losses in this area can be prevented.
The connection fitting with a white or chrome cover perfectly fits the 50 mm connection to the compact bathroom radiator.
Simple and easy control of your floor heating/-cooling on your tablet.
Controlling the heat in your own home when you want and where you want - Kermi Smart Home makes it possible. The intelligent system for digital, location-independent control of the "Kermi system x-optimised" conveniently conducts all the components of the heating system via smartphone and tablet. Other devices such as home lighting or shutters can be incorporated into the system.
Using x-center base, the headquarters of Kermi Smart Home and with your comfort control, you can easily control your x-net underfloor heating/cooling while at home or while out and about and control the room temperature. For intelligent living and maximum comfort for a sense of well-being.
With their exceptionally effective sound and vibration absorption Kermi heat pumps generate scarcely more noise emission than a ticking alarm clock.