Energy saving with radiant heating
The highest air temperature in an enclosed space is always accumulated at the highest point of the space, ie under the ceiling. However, this space does not allow the most optimal use of heat. The air temperature in the heated areas is always higher than the sensory temperature. Significant heat losses occur through building structures and especially through roofs.
Radiant heating technologies
The uniqueness of radiant heating lies in the supply of heat directly to the working zone. The air temperature in such heated areas is always lower than the sensory temperature. At the same time, in buildings with radiant heating, we observe minimal heat losses through the building structures.
Differences in air temperature distribution
Differences in efficiency of heat sources
Energy source efficiency in conventional heating
Energy source efficiency in radiant heating
Temperature distribution for different heating methods
|- with a normal heating method, the building is always heated to the same homogeneous temperature.|
|- with the radiant heating method, the object can be heated to different temperatures and at different time modes. It is possible to create multiple temperature zones without having to separate them with walls. These differences can lead to energy savings of 60 to 80%.|