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This topic has been discussed in another forum but I need some help as soon as possible so hope you don't mind me putting this in a new forum.

 

Our van has a great deal of heating pipework that runs underneath the length of the van but also there are two pipes running across the width of the van, no owner it is always chilly.

 

My question to those of you who have insulated their underfloor heating pipes is will the Armaflex 80mm with a wall of 13mm fit our pipework which is covered in an outer black pipework?

 

Would appreciate any advice.

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Yes 80 mm Armaflex will fit over the black cover. I secured mine with cable clips every 3ins

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Yes 80 mm Armaflex will fit over the black cover. I secured mine with cable clips every 3ins

Thanks for your help. Can now go ahead and order the insulation.

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This topic has been discussed in another forum but I need some help as soon as possible so hope you don't mind me putting this in a new forum.

 

Our van has a great deal of heating pipework that runs underneath the length of the van but also there are two pipes running across the width of the van, no owner it is always chilly.

 

My question to those of you who have insulated their underfloor heating pipes is will the Armaflex 80mm with a wall of 13mm fit our pipework which is covered in an outer black pipework?

 

Would appreciate any advice.

My advice would be to use the search box at the top of the page! If you had you would have found the answer straight away.

 

Edited by Trevor Marron

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