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    Black Barbed Tacker Clips 60mm Taped Box 300 16011

    Staple Tacker Clips 60mm x300 are used for fixing underfloor heating pipes onto insulation. Also referred to as underfloor heating pipe staples or pipe clips. When used with a Tacker Tool this increases installation speed by around 75% (see link below). Underfloor heating tacker clips mm are Designed to be used with 14-20mm underfloor heating pipes, with wide Barbed ridges ensuring that the pipe remains firmly in position, throughout the installation of screed. Also available in 40mm length. Can be used with 16mm pipe onto 25mm Insulation. These clips can be used with our High-Quality Tacker Staple Gun

    Typical Floor Construction

    Traditional the stapled system is the most cost-effective and most commonly used system. The floor construction consists of the following (see image for illustration):
    1. Concrete Floor (DPM commonly underneath this to comply with regs)
    2. Insulation - PIR
    3. Vapour Barrier and perimeter edging
    4. Underfloor heating pipe held with tacker tool pipe clips
    5. Screed
    6. Floor Finish

    Frequently Asked Question

    Q. What thickness and type of floor insulation will I require? A. Usually the thickness will be determined by building regs and specific to your U-values. These 60mm clips can be used with 50+mm insulation. If using 25mm insulation then please use the 40mm tacker clips. Q. What is the recommended screed Depth? A. Liquid screed is normally around 50mm, with traditional sand and cement screeds being 65mm. However, please check with the company being used. Q. Do I need a vapour barrier? A. YES, most liquid screed companies make this compulsory. This is mostly to stop the insulation from floating. we would also advise this with sand and cement screeds, but is not essential. Q. Where can the tacker system be fitted? A. To any concrete floor construction where insulation and then screed is being laid. These clips do not fix directly onto concrete.
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    Staple Tacker Clips 60mm x300 are used for fixing underfloor heating pipes onto insulation. Also referred to as underfloor heating pipe staples or pipe clips. When used with a Tacker Tool this increases installation speed by around 75% (see link below). Underfloor heating tacker clips mm are Designed to be used with 14-20mm underfloor heating pipes, with wide Barbed ridges ensuring that the pipe remains firmly in position, throughout the installation of screed. Also available in 40mm length. Can be used with 16mm pipe onto 25mm Insulation. These clips can be used with our High-Quality Tacker Staple Gun

    Typical Floor Construction

    Traditional the stapled system is the most cost-effective and most commonly used system. The floor construction consists of the following (see image for illustration):
    1. Concrete Floor (DPM commonly underneath this to comply with regs)
    2. Insulation - PIR
    3. Vapour Barrier and perimeter edging
    4. Underfloor heating pipe held with tacker tool pipe clips
    5. Screed
    6. Floor Finish

    Frequently Asked Question

    Q. What thickness and type of floor insulation will I require? A. Usually the thickness will be determined by building regs and specific to your U-values. These 60mm clips can be used with 50+mm insulation. If using 25mm insulation then please use the 40mm tacker clips. Q. What is the recommended screed Depth? A. Liquid screed is normally around 50mm, with traditional sand and cement screeds being 65mm. However, please check with the company being used. Q. Do I need a vapour barrier? A. YES, most liquid screed companies make this compulsory. This is mostly to stop the insulation from floating. we would also advise this with sand and cement screeds, but is not essential. Q. Where can the tacker system be fitted? A. To any concrete floor construction where insulation and then screed is being laid. These clips do not fix directly onto concrete.
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