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Has anybody purchased any of the red decoupling matting now supplied by the UnderFloorHeatingStore. For the pro grid system they previously used the xoxo one by dura. Now they’re using a red one which I’ve seen on Alibaba from Chin. Anybody even tried any of these matings from China? Is this where it’s al heading.
 
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Yes. What they call the pro grid system

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Has anybody purchased any of the red decoupling matting now supplied by the UnderFloorHeatingStore. For the pro grid system they previously used the xoxo one by dura. Now they’re using a red one which I’ve seen on Alibaba from Chin. Anybody even tried any of these matings from China? Is this where it’s al heading.
Are you thinking of buying some in or something? Need a small containers worth for it to be worth viable. You wont get it cheap in small boxes worth.

Rebrand of all the same thing made in the same factory just using different coloured plastic pallets to start the moulds off with I think by the looks of it.

Wonder if uHeat's is made in Sweden where the cable is made though (might be Switzerland - noooo Sweden I think)? That'd be guaranteed for life if it was.

Imports from china will from time to time come with issues. And I don't want to be trying to get Mr Alibaba or DHGate.com trying to refund me a £8000 floor just because my £90 matting split into two laterally.

(Which mat was that which had the issue a while back? I forget now. Dural Ci was it?)
 

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