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The all-round solution for heating and cooling floors, walls and ceilings

The most versatile and complete system for heating and cooling any room. Underfloor heating | Ceiling heating | Wall heating

Installing traditional underfloor heating is generally a pretty challenging task. Messy work, like drilling, chiselling and cutting chases, is often required, leading to inevitable rubble and dust. Space restrictions are also common and existing skirting boards and doors regularly limit the maximum installation height available. Thanks to the innovative, lightweight, ultra-thin heating and cooling solutions offered by WARP Systems, these challenges are now a thing of the past. Regardless of whether you are looking for a system for underfloor, wall or ceiling heating or cooling in a new-build home or for a renovation project: a suitable solution is always available in our range of systems. Both professionals and do-it-yourself enthusiasts can easily install our SpeeTile or SpeeTherm products thanks to the patented and complete click-break-extend system! Furthermore, if you prefer not to install the system yourself, we can carry out the installation for you.

Would you like to know more about the possibilities? Request a quotation and receive it within 1 working day.

How do you choose the best solution for your project?

Do you want to get started as soon as possible? You are just three simple steps away from creating a perfect heating and/or cooling system in your home:

01. System choice

A simple way to find the right system for your situation

New-build home or renovation project? Are you going to install a PVC floor, tiles or a laminate floor? What height is available for installing your floor? Whatever the challenges you face, we have the answer for every situation.

02. Product choice

Find the products you need for your system

Put your system together and find all the products and related information you need. What if you forget something? Don’t worry, you can easily order separate parts and handy SpeeTools to complete your system.

03. Laying the system.

Easy to install, whether you do it yourself or we do it for you

Clear manuals and instruction videos make our SpeeTile and SpeeTherm systems easy to install, regardless of whether you are a do-it-yourself enthusiast or a professional. Perhaps you prefer not to install your system yourself? Obviously that’s possible!

The advantages of a system from WARP Systems:

Would you like to know more about the possibilities? Request a quotation and receive it within 1 working day.

01. System choice

SpeeTile

Heating system built into subfloor, wall or ceiling and with a low total height. 

Underfloor, wall or ceiling heating and cooling

SpleeTile Floor

Each situation in which you consider installing underfloor, wall or ceiling heating and cooling is unique. Whatever challenge you may be facing, our two systems, SpeeTile and SpeeTherm, offer you a suitable solution.

Most people choose underfloor heating. You can achieve this with SpeeTile (for floors installed using adhesive) or SpeeTherm (for rigid floating floors such as laminate flooring, parquet, plank flooring or floor panels).

What if you can’t fit underfloor heating due to space constraints but still want extra comfort, in your bathroom for example? Wall heating with our SpeeTile system is the ideal solution in rooms where you require comfortable warmth. The perfect replacement for a (design) radiator or for extra comfort in the shower.

Radiant heat from the ceiling heating system maintains a comfortable temperature. Our SpeeTile System is suitable as your main primary source of heating. The ceiling heating system can also be used to cool the space in the summer. No air conditioning, no cold feet but still a refreshingly cool house.

SpeeTherm

Dry-build underfloor heating system with a low total height. Can be fitted as a floating system and will be ready for use quickly.

For new-build homes and renovation projects

SpeeTherm Floor

A sustainable and future-proof system is the smart choice for a new-build home. In addition to underfloor heating, you can also choose wall heating or ceiling heating. Whatever system you choose, it can be laid in just hours. Particularly useful when you have to get a lot done quickly!

If you are going to embark on a renovation project, you should explore your options for heating and/or cooling the rooms in question first. Traditional underfloor heating is heavy and often needs a significant installation height, which is definitely not available in all situations. Furthermore, cutting chases is not always possible, if you live in an apartment, for example, or your subfloor is not suitable.

In historic buildings, the best approach is to heat evenly. This prevents changes in humidity that might cause cracks in the structure. Radiators are not ideal in this situation: underfloor heating, wall heating or ceiling heating are better choices. A further important point to consider is the installation of these systems. Your hands are often tied by strict rules and regulations during the entire renovation project. Cutting chases may not be permitted, for example, or may simply not be possible because the building has wooden subfloors. Furthermore, you cannot simply pour a thick layer of cement on top of a wooden subfloor. With our two versatile, complete and easily installed systems, we always have a solution available for your renovation projects and upgrades in protected buildings.

02. Product choice

Quickly and easily find all the parts and components you need for underfloor, wall and ceiling heating and
cooling; for use in all situations in new-build construction and renovation projects. Everything you need for quick and easy installation is supplied from our factory in the Netherlands.

You can order loose parts and accessories or opt for our complete package. In the latter case, we arrange everything for you: from design and production to installation. As an added benefit, you have a single point of contact for all your questions.

Would you like more information about the products and complete packages? Please contact us on +31 (0)172-574955.

03. Laying the system

Whether you install the system yourself as a professional or do-it-yourself enthusiast, or you decide to let us install it for you, the staff at WARP Systems is there to assist.

Have you decided to install the system yourself? SpeeTile and SpeeTherm are simple, patented, click-break-and-extend systems that always fit without shortening and cutting. You receive clear instructions, informative instruction videos and a bespoke floor plan. Free of charge! In addition, you can order everything you need, including all the tools for the job. What if you encounter a problem? Our specialists are always available to assist.

What if you prefer to have someone else install the system for you? No problem! You can ask your local installer, or we can carry out the installation for you. Our SpeeTeam installs the system quickly and professionally for you, or we put you in touch with an installer in your area. Please contact us to discuss how we can help.

WARP Systems: a solution for everybody

WARP Systems for professionals

Finding the right heating system for your client’s situation and wishes can be quite challenging. WARP Systems offers you high-quality solutions of the standard you expect as a professional. The patented design of the systems makes cutting chases unnecessary and simplifies installation. So you can achieve the same result as a professional.

WARP Systems for do-it-yourself enthusiasts

Are you looking for a heating and cooling system to make your home future-ready? WARP Systems has the answer! The systems heat up quickly and radiate a pleasant heat without cold spots: extra comfort and a lower energy bill.

WARP Systems for architects

Your challenge is to make optimal use of every space, produce practical and attractive designs and realise your customer’s wishes. At the same time, your projects must be completed on time and within the available budget. So the ability to incorporate a heating and cooling system as efficiently as possible in your project is a key success factor. The solutions offered by WARP Systems are innovative and deliver an optimal energy-saving return. Ideal for any project!

WARP Systems for all your questions

Do you require advice? Our aim is to offer you optimal service. If you have any questions, please contact one of our specialists. Call us, send us an email or leave a message and we will contact you as soon as possible.

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FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions about our system

How can we help you?

SpeeTile wet construction system

Underfloor heating specifications
  • There are two variants for the SpeeTile system: the SpeeTile 10 and the SpeeTile 12 system.
  • The SpeeTile system is suitable for use as the main heating source in insulated spaces.
  • The SpeeTile system is suitable for use on top of concrete/cement, wood and pressure-resistant insulation surfaces.
  • The SpeeTile system is suitable for a wide variety of floor finishes, such as PVC, screed, tile, laminate, parquet, linoleum, etc. The installer will prepare the surface for the floor finish.
  • The SpeeTile 10 system consists of:
    – modular synthetic mats (H=12.75 mm)
    – SpeeTube heating hose Ø 10 mm
    – SpeeTop levelling mortar.
  • The system, including the SpeeTop levelling mortar, has a final installation height of at least 15 mm.
  • The centre-to-centre distance of the SpeeTube heating hose is 75 mm.
  • The floor can be walked on 4 hours after levelling with SpeeTop levelling mortar.
  • Once the SpeeTop levelling mortar has hardened, the system must be brought up to temperature gradually over the course of 9 days.
  • The SpeeTile 12 system consists of:
    – modular synthetic mats (H=15 mm)
    – SpeeTube heating hose Ø 12 mm
  • The SpeeTile 12 system must be finished with an anhydrite or cement screed. This screed must be installed by a third party.
  • The centre-to-centre distance of the SpeeTube heating hose is 100 mm.
Wall heating specifications
  • The SpeeTile 10 system consists of:
    • modular synthetic mats (H=12.75 mm), and;
    • SpeeTube heating hose Ø 10 mm
  • The wall heating system radiates heat up to 4-5 meters.
  • The SpeeTile 10 system is suitable for use as the main heating source in insulated spaces, taking exterior walls and sufficient m2 of wall heating into consideration.
  • The SpeeTile 10 system must be fixed to a stable surface that is suitable for plastering. Drywall screws can be used to fasten the system to wood/fermacell panels. For masonry walls, use the masonry anchor provided in every SpeeTile.
  • The system can be finished with plaster or cob. The total installation thickness, including wall heating, is ± 20 mm.
  • Ask your plasterer whether the wall should be treated with a primer before installation.
  • The SpeeTile wall heating system has been tested and certified by Knauf Germany.
Ceiling heating specifications
  • The SpeeTile 10 system consists of:
    • modular synthetic mats (H=12.75 mm), and;
    • SpeeTube heating hose Ø 10 mm
  • The SpeeTile 10 system must be fixed to a stable surface that is suitable for plastering. Drywall screws can be used to fasten the system to wood panels/slats. Certified plugs must be used to fasten the system to duct panels and concrete.
  • The SpeeTile 10 system is suitable for use as the main heating source in insulated spaces.
  • See the heat output table for the SpeeTile 10 system here. 
  • The system can be finished with plaster or cob. The total installation thickness, including ceiling heating, is ± 20 mm. Always use plaster basecoat mesh for ceilings.
  • Ask your plasterer whether the ceiling should be treated with a primer before installation.  

SpeeTherm dry construction

Specifications
  • There are two variants for the SpeeTherm system: SpeeTherm 15 (Rd 0.47) and SpeeTherm 30 (Rd 1.0).
  • The SpeeTherm 15 system consists of EPS panels (14 mm), AluTherm Aluminium profiles (0.5 mm) and SpeeTube heating hose Ø 10 mm. 
  • The centre-to-centre distance of the SpeeTube heating hose is 100 mm. The AluTherm profiles help distribute the heat.
  • The SpeeTherm 15 system is suitable for use as the main heating source in insulated spaces.

Connection

How is the heating system connected to the current heating installation?
  • Central heating boiler: the heating system must be connected to the central heating boiler by means of a plastic distributor and pump unit equipped with a thermometer/manometer, adjustable flow meters and an energy efficient A-label Grundfos Alpha2 pump.
  • District heating/block heating: the heating system must be connected to the district heating installation by means of a plastic distributor with a pump unit and check valve equipped with a thermometer/manometer, adjustable flow meters and an energy efficient A-label Grundfos Alpha2 pump.
  • Heat pump LTHW: (Low Temperature Hot Water, primary source <40°C): the heating system must be connected to the heat pump using a plastic distributor without a pump (open plastic distributor). This distributor is double-walled, and reduces condensation when cooling.
How is the system connected to the heating system?

The SpeeTube heating hoses Ø10 and Ø12 mm are connected to the distributor using PushFit couplings. 

  • There are three types of PushFit couplings: single, double (splitter) and repair couplings. The couplings are 3/4” euroconus fittings.
  • The PushFit splitter allows for two heating hose groups to be connected to a single distributor group. Two groups connected to a single splitter must be of equal length.
  • The diameter of the supply and return lines to the central heating boiler or district heating:
    • distributors for up to 7 groups: minimum Ø 15 mm, connection ½”. 
    • distributors for 8 or more groups: minimum Ø 20 mm, connection¾”.
  • The diameter of the supply and return lines to the heat pump or LTHW: ask the supplier for the specific system specifications.

Please note: WARP Systems cannot connect the system to the primary heating source. This must always be done by a certified plumber. 

Subfloor

SpeeTile subfloor

For concrete, cement or anhydrite surfaces:

  • The SpeeTile system follows the subfloor.
  • Any irregularities and small indentations can be levelled using SpeeTop levelling mortar.
  • The floor must be clean, dry and free of grease or oil. For concrete and cement floors, residual moisture < 3%; for anhydrite floors < 0.3%.
  • The subfloor must be treated with a primer before installing the SpeeTile system. The primer keeps the subfloor from absorbing moisture and allows the SpeeTop levelling mortar to adhere to the subfloor surface. 

For wood subfloors:

  • The subfloor must be smooth and rigid.
  • Any seams or cracks must be filled before installation.

Insulation

  • The insulation layer must be able to withstand at least 250 Kpa of pressure and fixed to the subfloor with adhesive.
  • Seal all cracks and seams with waterproof tape.
  • Install the SpeeTile system to the insulation layer using SpeeTackers.

For other subfloor types:

For other types of subfloors or combinations of subfloors, please contact us for advice.

SpeeTherm subfloor

For concrete, cement or anhydrite surfaces:

  • The subfloor must be completely smooth and free of pits and irregularities. The subfloor does not need to be completely level.
  • The floor must be clean and dry. For concrete and cement floors, residual moisture < 3%; for anhydrite floors < 0.3%.

For wood subfloors:

  • The subfloor must be completely smooth and free of pits and irregularities.
  • The subfloor does not need to be completely stable and/or level.

For other subfloor types:

For other types of subfloors or combinations of subfloors, please contact us for advice.

Installation

Installing the system yourself? Consider this!
  • Watch the WARP Systems manuals and installation instruction videos on YouTube and the handy installation tools.         
  • Rent a hose spool to make the installation easier.
  • Consider taking advantage of our screed service when installing the SpeeTile system. 
Do it yourself: start with a layout plan
  • Have a layout plan drawn up based on a floor plan of the space. This layout plan indicates the layout pattern and length of each SpeeTube heating hose group.
  • You can request a layout plan using the layout plan form.
Do it yourself: screed service
    • The SpeeTile system is finished with SpeeTop levelling mortar. WARP Systems offers a screed service with an egaline pump.
    • Read the Terms and Conditions at ‘help levelling the surface. 

Three people are needed to operate the egaline pump. You can hire 1, 2 or 3 WARP Systems employees to assist you, if necessary. The pump rental always includes one WARP Systems technician to operate the pump and apply the egaline. The other two persons are needed to fill the egaline pump and remove air pockets from the egaline with a de-aerating roller.

Installation by WARP Systems
  • Our SpeeTeam will begin work at the project location at 07:00 in the morning.
  • The installation surface must be empty, clean and free of dust before the SpeeTeam arrives.
  • Locations that may not be covered by the system or egaline, such as crawlspace hatches or kitchens, must be blocked with watertight wood planking. The minimum plank height is 3 cm.
  • A water connection with at least 2.5 bar and 12.5 l/min must be available.
  • A 230 V, 16 A electrical outlet must be available.
    If necessary, please arrange for a parking exemption or permit, and provide a copy.
  • Please note: WARP Systems cannot connect the system to the primary heating source. This must always be done by a certified plumber.
  • Please note: we will not install heat foil and/or Jumpax basic. 

Finished surface

SpeeTile system finished surface: floor heating
  • The SpeeTile 10 system, including the SpeeTop levelling mortar, has a final installation height of at least 15 mm.
  • The floor can be walked on 4 hours after levelling with SpeeTop levelling mortar.
  • Once the SpeeTop levelling mortar has hardened, the system must be brought up to temperature gradually over the course of 8 days.
  • The SpeeTile system is suitable for a wide variety of floor finishes, such as PVC, screed, tile, laminate, parquet, linoleum, etc. The installer will prepare the surface for the chosen floor finish.
SpeeTile system finished surface: wall or ceiling heating
  • The system can be finished with plaster or cob. The total installation thickness, including wall/ceiling heating, is ± 20 mm. 

  • Ask your plasterer whether the subsurface should be treated with a primer before installation.

  • Ask your plasterer whether the finish surface should be treated with a basecoat mesh.

SpeeTherm system finished surface
  • A 1.2 mm heat foil can be applied on top of the SpeeTherm 15 heating system. This will reduce contact noise by 24%, and is suitable for floor heating.

  • The heat foil is easy to roll out on top of the SpeeTherm system. The grey perforated foam layer must be facing up.

  • The floating floor finish can be applied immediately once the floor heating has been installed.

  • The SpeeTherm 15 system is suitable for rigid, floating (non-adhesive) floor finishes, such as laminate, parquet, duoplank, etc.

  • Flexible, non-rigid floor finishes such as click PVC, adhesive PVC, linoleum or marmoleum must be fitted with a pressure-distributing under layer, such as Jumpax Basic.

  • If our SpeeTeam provides the installation, then we can supply the heat foil and Jumpax Basic, but we cannot install them for you. 

Gradual heating protocol

Gradual heating protocol after installation of the SpeeTile wet construction system
  • The floor can be walked on 4 hours after levelling with SpeeTop levelling mortar.
  • Depending on the ambient temperature, you can begin the gradual heating protocol after 24 hours (or 72 hours for temperatures under 15°C).
  • The system must be gradually brought up to temperature over the course of 9 days to allow the floor to set properly.
  • Adjust the room thermostat to a level that requires the floor heating system to draw warm water. You can do this by setting the room thermostat to a higher temperature than the ambient temperature.
  • Start day 1 with 20°C water temperature at the distributor thermostat head. Increase the temperature by 5°C every 24 hours until you reach 40°C water temperature.
  • Then lower the temperature by 5°C every 24 hours until you reach 20°C water temperature.

Once you have completed the gradual heating protocol, you can install the floor finish. Follow the supplier’s recommendations and instructions for installing the floor finish.

Gradual heating protocol after installation of the SpeeTherm dry construction system
  • The SpeeTherm system does not need to dry before installing the floor finish.

  • Simply install the rigid, floating floor finish, then activate the floor heating system.

  • Follow the supplier’s recommendations and instructions for installing the floor finish.

General Terms and Conditions and warranty

Warranty Terms and Conditions

WARP Systems abides by the Metaalunie warranty terms and General Terms and Conditions.

Supplemental warranty terms:

  • Professional steel distributor: 5 year warranty on the housing, and 2 year warranty on the pump and connections.
  • Open plastic distributor: 10 year warranty on the housing, and 2 year warranty on the connections.
    The SpeeTube heating hose is KOMO and SKZ certified, and features a 30 year warranty.
Payment Terms and Conditions
  • The invoice will be sent 1 day after the materials are shipped or collected.
  • The payment term is 7 days after the invoice date.

For private customers:

  • Deposit of 50% of the order amount upon order submission.
  • Remainder owed 7 days after delivery.

For professional customers:

  • For 1st order: 100% payment in advance.
  • For subsequent orders: deposit of 50% of the order amount upon order submission.
  • Remainder owed in accordance with payment terms after delivery.

Delivery and returns

Delivery time: 3 working days
  • The delivery time is 3 working days. Customer-specific distributors upon request.
  • Installation by appointment only; please feel free to contact us for more information.
Transport
  • Materials are delivered by an external transport firm.
  • Deliveries to the Wadden islands and Zeeuws Flanders upon request.
  • The transport firm will unload the materials up to 1 meter from the lorry.
  • The delivery can be followed via Track&Trace.
  • Specific delivery times or time frames are available upon request.
  • The WARP SpeeTeam will accept delivery of materials for delivery times before 08:00 on the scheduled SpeeTeam installation date.
  • Store the materials in a secure and dry location.
  • No deposit or exchange requirement for delivery pallets.
  • Materials may also be collected from our central warehouse in Nieuwkoop.
Return Terms and Conditions
  • Unopened, undamaged and unused materials in the original packaging may be returned to us using the return form.
  • Transport costs for returns are for the purchaser’s own account.
  • Materials may also be returned directly to our central warehouse in Nieuwkoop.
  • The returned materials will be credited to the purchaser after inspection. 
  • The return period is 9 days after the date of purchase. 

Refunds for returns
If all invoices have been paid by the purchaser, then WARP Systems will refund the amount owed to the purchaser within 10 working days.

Request a quotation quickly and easily for the SpeeTile or SpeeTherm system. We draw up a bespoke quotation based on your situation; i.e. the floor surface area, substrate and choice of finishing floor. This quotation specifies exactly which materials you need for your room. Would you also like us to install the system? No problem! Please indicate this requirement on the form and we will include the services of our SpeeTeam in the quotation.
In most cases, you will receive your quotation by email within one working day. With no strings attached!

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