Low costs

  • Low-temperature heating system, +28-30°C
  • Possible combination with natural energy sources (for example, heating and cooling energy of lakes, rivers, groundwater, etc.).
  • Low maintenance costs.
  • Significantly lower energy consumption and costs (transfer of energy – up to 80%, operating in conjunction with heat pumps  ≈ 45%, air temperature can be reduced by 3 °C – up to 15%).
Please note: energy losses and energy costs increase exponentially with each degree of supply flow temperature.

 7   Clean air

  • Suitable for premises with higher purity requirements; circulation of dust and microorganisms in the air flow is eliminated that is important given the world’s growing number of people with allergic reactions.

   Heating and cooling in one system

  • Possible to combine cooling, heating and reduction of humidity in one system.
  • A higher level of comfort – no uneven cool/warm air flow from one point in the room in comparison with other air conditioning and heating systems.
  • Silent cooling no noise.
  • Self-regulating effect – the rate of circulating air flow and capacity will increase or decrease depending on the changes in the room temperature.

9 Adaptable to the architecture of the premises

  • Possible invisible installation of the heating/cooling element that is particularly important in modern buildings with large glass areas.
  • Simple, quick installation and low installation costs.
  • Possible installation of convection cooling columns or cabinets, which can also serve as a room design element.
  • Cost savings in the construction process of the building because of the lower ceiling height requirements for the installation of the heating/cooling system.

  Efficient use

  • Very easy to control capacity and room temperature (for example, 25% faster warming in comparison with other floor heating feasible technologies).
  • Very high cooling capacity (independent of the “dew point”).
  • Possible to combine with the central ventilation system.

timer   Further advantages in safety, maintenance, and quality

  • Limestone does not occur in water capillary mats; limestone forms at +60°C – the water in the water capillary systems is max. at +30°C for heating and max at +17°C for cooling.
  • Mud does not occur in water capillary mats; mud results from corrosion – water cable systems use corrosion-protected components only.
  • Prior to operation, the safety of the water capillary system is verified with air and water pressure, both at 10 bar.
  • Water capillary mats can be repaired easily; a capillary is cut and both ends are welded – with no effect to the cooling output.
  • Water capillary mats do not require maintenance and have a product liability of up to 50 years.