Yes, as long as you use the FINfloor Silent Underlay, as recommended by the manufacturer.
For the flooring and its underlay to be fitted over under-floor heating, their combined thermal resistance should not be more than 0.15 (m2·K)/W. FINfloor's Silent Underlay and flooring have a combined resistance of 0.102 (m2·K)/W for the 7mm FINclic, and 0.127 (m2·K)/W for the 8mm FINclic COMM.
See the installation instructions on the underlay's labels.
It is also essential to take note of the following installation guidelines:
Subsoil Moisture Content:
It is very important to check the moisture content of the mineral subsoil (cement, plaster floors, etc.) of all existing, recently laid and already covered floors (with ceramic floor tiles, real stone, plastic, etc.).
You can check the moisture content of the mineral subsoil by using the magnesium moisture test (CM) or by using test equipment that measures the relative moisture.
Maximum acceptable moisture content of mineral subsoils:
Main cement floor..........<2.0 CM%
Plaster floor....................<0.5 CM%
You are ideally looking for a figure less than 0.3 CM.
The surface temperature of the area onto which you are going to lay the flooring should be kept at around 18°C before, during and at least three days after installation. After three days, the temperature should be slowly increased until it reaches the desired operating temperature, however, the surface temperature of the heated sub-floor should not exceed 28°C. If you have an electric system, we recommend not exceeding 60W/m².
We advise you not to lay the flooring until this period of heating and cooling has transpired so that it is not subjected to unnecessary expansion and contraction, and, therefore so that the gaps left for this expansion are correct.
Preparation of the laminate flooring:
Depending on the time of year, laminate flooring is subject to climate and temperature fluctuations. In view of this, the preparation of the product prior to its installation is of the utmost importance.
The packs of flooring should be stored and conditioned to the rooms where they will fitted, at least 48 hours prior to installation.
The micro-climatic conditions of the area where the flooring is going to be laid should be maintained before, during and at least three days after installation:
Surface temperature of the floor ..........15°C min.
Room temperature..................................18°C min.
Relative humidity...................................75% max.
Special attention should be given to insure that the laminate flooring, whilst stored for acclimatisation, is not exposed to air currents and not rested against any walls. They should, ideally, be placed horizontally, away from any walls.