Plaster Ceiling with Flexible 10 mm PE-RT Composite Pipe

The flexible pipe laying of the 10 mm single pipe technology makes it possible to thermally activate even awkwardly shaped ceiling surfaces.

No contradiction: free ceiling design and thermal activation

Thanks to the excellent flexibility of the 10 mm single pipe, the pipes can be laid out under the ceiling in such a way that even hard-to-reach areas can still be thermally activated. The small diameter of the PE-RT composite pipe makes it possible for all pipes to lie in the plaster layer with a thickness of 30 mm.A slightly larger construction space is merely required for the connection points. However, the connection points can also be placed outside the thermally activated area, e.g. in the corridor.

Advantages of the plaster ceiling with 10 mm single pipe technology

  • Manual adjustment of the thermally activated surface is still possible during the construction phase
  • Easy and safe assembly without special tools
  • Can be retrofitted to existing systems

Alternative solution for plaster ceilings

Standardised installation steps

The plaster ceiling with the BEKA single pipe technology is assembled on the construction site from the individual components for this system. No special tools are required. The individual installation steps are clearly and simply structured. After the bare ceiling has been primed, the pipe clip rails are attached to the ceiling according to the installation plan. The 10 mm single pipes are then installed in the specified cable lengths by gently pressing the pipe into the clip rails. Each individual line is routed to the appropriate connection point and connected with a simple plug-in coupling assembly.

Finally, the required mechanical plaster fasteners must be installed in consultation with the plastering contractors.


Prefer to install it yourself? FLEXIRO offers ready-to-install kits for plaster ceiling heating.


Thin plaster thicknesses, high heating/cooling performance

The PE-RT pipes are completely embedded in the plaster. As a result, the entire pipe surface takes part intensively in the heat exchange.