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CNT Heating Film Specification

- Contents -

1.

Introduction

2.

Scope of Work

3.

Product Specification

4.

Product Quality

5.

Inspection / Testing

6.

Key Note for Installation

7.

Components and Tools

8.

Film Installation

1.Introduction
CNT heating film is a heating system which is installed under the floor to provide primary heat. CNT heating films shall be installed only by qualified personnel or electricians who are familiar with construction, electrical operation and risks involved. Read the entire manual before installation.

2. Scope of Work

2. 01. Primary Work


Cleaning the Floor Covering the floor with Polyethylene Insulation Sheet Installing the CNT Heating Films Wiring and Installing Thermostat Finishing the floor covering

2. 02. Supplementary Work


Laying Film Protector on the CNT Heating Film - According to the close material used, work may require special film protector.

3. Product Specification

3. 01. Size

Size of 1 module - 500mm250mm Voltage - 220V 60/50Hz

Product Name CNT Heating Film

Length 100m

Width 500mm

Thickness 288

Size of 1 module - 630mm340mm Size of heating portion - 550mm320mm Voltage - 220V 60/50Hz

Product Name CNT Heating Film

Length 100m

Width 630mm

Thickness 288

Size of 1 module - 800mm2500mm Voltage - 220V 60/50Hz

Product Name CNT Heating Film

Length 100m

Width 800mm

Thickness 288

3. 02. Electrical Specification

NO 1 2

Item Voltage Power

Value 220V 200 ~ 240W

Remarks AC m

3 4 5

Withstand Voltage Leakage Current Insulation resistance

1,800V/1sec 0.55mA 50M

current : 2mA 220V DC 500V

3. 03. Materials

NO 1 2 3 4 5 6

PART NAME PET Film PET Film Laminate Film Copper Foil Carbon Paste Silver Paste XB-85 XB-65

PART NO.

PET 50 +EVA50 Copper DC-15.5K DS-300

4. Product Quality

4. 01. Power Consumption


Rated Power, which are converted from resistance value measured by a test device (ohm meter) onto copper line of the heating film, should be placed in the below range .

Size (Width) 500mm 630mm 800mm

Rated Voltage

Rated Power (module) 27W 2.7W

Resistance (25) 1629 ~ 1991 1008 ~1150 1023 ~ 1250

AV 220V

45W 4.5W 43W 4.3W

4. 02. Withstanding Voltage


Spread a sheet (120mm*120mm) for a withstand voltage test on a heating part of the film and apply 1.5ml of water. All of 3 points of the film should withstand the applied 50~60Hz 1,800V for a second. Current is set at 2mA.

4. 03. Insulation Resistance

Spread a sheet for Insulation Resistance test on a heating part of the film and apply 75ml of water. The resistance value, measured by DC500V Insulation resistance tester, must be over 50 .

4. 04. Rated Power


Place the probe of a Resistance Tester at both ends of a copper line of the film. The figures should be converted into Wattage and they should be in the rage of specification.

4. 05. Leakage Current


Spread a sheet (600mm*300mm) for leakage current test on a heating portion of the film and apply 75ml of water on it. Place the probes at all 3 points of the film and authorize 220 Voltage. The measured leakage current should be lower than 0.55mA at all 3 points.

4. 06. Durability Test


Install the film in an insulated box of 350(W)650(L)300(H)mm size and set up the temperature of the thermostat at 60. Apply 220V and operate the film for 500 hours before measuring the resistance, whose value must be within 15% of the initial one. Insulation Resistance, Withstand Voltage, and Leakage Current must be within the provided specification respectively.

5. Inspection / Testing
5. 01. A visual (total) and electrical (sampling) inspection must be carried out. If any signs of
defective, damage or scratch are found, replace the entire film set.

5. 02. Each film must conform to the below points.

NO

Inspection item

Standard 5% Non Scratch of heating pattern

Test Method Measuring the Resistance value of both ends of each heating stripe of the film. Visual check of scratch or damage on carbon patterns.

Resistance

Pattern Printing

6. Key Note for Installation


Connect the heating films in parallel using prepared wires (KIV 3.5sq) according to the under figure.

It is required to cut out the insulation sheet where the wires join to make wires lay flat.

7. Components and Tools


When attaching electrical connectors to the films, care must be taken to avoid any risks involved such as malfunction, short circuit or fire hazard. To make sure the electrical safety, insulate the connectors by snapping the two halves of insulator filled with silicone.

The selection and installation of each components shall be in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. Manufacturer will not take any responsibility for troubles cased by usage of unapproved components.

Crimping tool, Striper, Wires, Silicone, OPP tape, Electric tape, Rubber tape, Insulators, Thermostats or Control devices, testing device.

8. Installation
8. 01. Work Preparation
Before work proceeds, all of the materials, components, tools and floor plan drawing must be available at the job site.

8. 02. Work Procedure


1. Clean the Floor 2. Layout the Insulation Sheet

Ensure that the sub-floor is clean, dry and free from dust or debris.

Lay out the insulation sheet of more than 5mm thickness to cover the entire floor and tape over the joints with OPP tape to protect the film from cold and moisture.

3. Install the CNT Heating Films

4. Attach the Connectors

Cut the films to the size and adjust the positioning of films to get the best floor coverage. Under no circumstance may heating portion of the film overlap.

Cut out small portion of film foil for a connector attachment.

5. Wiring

5-1. Wiring

Strip the wire that will be inserted into the connector.

Insert the wire into the barrel section of the connector and crimp them using crimping tool.

6. Attach the Connector

7. Crimp the Connector

Place the connector and wire over the copper line and press them with fingers.

Then crimp the connector using the flat part of a crimping tool.

8. Insulate the Connecter

8-1. Insulate the Connecter

Fill the two halves of insulator cap with Insulate connector with insulation tape. silicone.

8-2. Insulate the Connecter

8-2. Insulate the Connecter

Snapping the two halves to finalize the insulation of the connector.

8-3. Insulate the Connecter

Insulate the unconnected ends of the heating film using electric tape.

8-4. Insulate the film

The wire must be positioned not to cross over any heating part of the film.

9. Install the thermostat

Floor Sensor

Position and install the thermostat (each per 16m ) and connect the wires. Tape the thermostat floor sensor between the film and insulation sheet.

10. Test Activate

Before the initial test activation, visual and electrical inspections should be performed. If any part of the film is damaged, entire film shall be replaced. If the films do not become warm after several minutes of system operation, double-check the wiring and re-perform the electrical test. Check the current and voltage with testers and if system is connected properly, install the laminated flooring (if necessary, film protector as well) and complete the installation.