Eco-UFH Underfloor Heating Insulation

EcoTherm® Eco-UFH underfloor heating insulation boards are used for insulating screeded underfloor heating systems. Easy to lay underfloor insulation provides a fast and secure method of installing underfloor heating water pipes.

EcoTherm® Eco-UFH has a rigid PIR insulation core board which provides excellent thermal performance for minimal thickness. The board has a protected, supported aluminum foil on both sides and one side printed with a grid to assist with the layout of underfloor heating systems.


Used in conjunction with screeded underfloor heating systems in new-build floors and for upgrading the thermal performance of existing floors. It provides a cost effective means of reducing CO2 emissions and for compliance with building regulations.


EcoTherm® Eco-UFH comprises a rigid polyisocyanurate insulation core with a tough woven aluminium foil composite grid on both sides. It saves energy and heating running costs by distributing the heat (upwards) evenly via the foil facing, and because of its low thermal conductivity it is significantly thinner than conventional EPS foam systems. This saves money for installers not having to dig so deep whilst providing the best thermal performance.

Equally suitable for housing and for schools, hospitals, sports halls, commercial or industrial applications. It has inherent resistance to alkali attack and it is a high performance insulation suitable for use with most screeded underfloor heating systems. The tough woven grid gives a visual guide to enable installers to lay the pipes quickly and the line grid system measures at 50mm intervals enabling any pipe centres to be chosen easily.

UFH features:


- Printed grid makes it easier to align underfloor heating pipes accurately and quickly
- Superior clip retention means fewer clips are required
- Light, easy to handle boards; cut installation time by up to 50%


- Aluminium facing means no need for additional polythene sheet
- Saving on clips, waste pipe and time means you save time on materials and labour