Designed for installation in modern buildings with a large number of glass surfaces such as hotels, swimming pools, private houses ...
Floor convectors are heating systems that can be used both for heating and cooling. They are intended for installation in modern buildings with a large number of glass surfaces such as hotels, swimming pools, private houses, etc. They are hidden in the floor. The only visible element is the grid , while the recommended distance from the exchange of glass surfaces and floor convectors is 50-200 mm, as they achieve the best effect of heat exchange. It can be used as stand-alone heating systems, or in combination with other primary systems. The heat transfer is done exclusively by convection that can be natural (without fan) and forced (with fan). Natural convection is based on the principle of natural air circulation where cold air enters the floor convector, heats up in the heat exchanger and as such returns it back to the room. This type of floor convector has a smaller capacity than a convector with forced circulation and is most often used as a secondary type of heating. The capacity itself, in addition to the shape and the amount of the air flow, depends on the size of the convector or the heat exchanger in it. The exchanger is made of aluminium lamellae and copper tubes, and the dimensions can be adjusted to the customer's needs.
- Prevention of the appearance of fog (condensate) on glass surfaces
- Heating and cooling integrated in one device.
- Modern design
- Ideal for low temperature operation (heat pump)
- Low noise level