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Hi all, I've just had my wet UFH connected up and turned on for the first time in my new extension and I've got a couple of questions:
  1. The screed was laid 6 weeks ago and my floor finish tiles haven't been laid but I'm looking to get them laid in about a week, so would like to spend the next week gently drying the screed using the UFH. What is the best recommended method of doing this?
  2. I have read previously that wet UFH operates at a much lower temperature than conventional central heating but in my house I now have conventional central heating with rads in the main house and then wet UFH in the new extension. So is there something clever that goes on to ensure the UFH requests water at a lower temp from my boiler than the central heating? How do I check what water temperature my UFH is utilizing?
Thanks!
 

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