The impossible has become possible: power, savings and respect for the environment.
Carbon cable uses less electricity than other cables and heats faster: a Thermal Technology radiator raises the ambient temperature from 10° C to 23° C (50° F to 73.4° F) in 03:19 h against 04:30 h of a radiator with copper resistors (Applus Laboratories 2013). This guarantees the production of low consumption electric heating systems, with an energy saving of over 25%.
Health and Wellness
Thermal Technology produces heating systems by radiation, thus avoiding the creation of convective motions and therefore the circulation of dust and mites in the environment. The carbon cable is considered compliant with legal limits regarding electromagnetic field emissions (Elettra80 - Tuv Laboratory 2010) and does not generate harmful electromagnetic fields.
Radiation heat exchange uses infrared waves as transfer vector. Infrared rays released into the environment from the floor, wall, ceiling or radiator are transformed into heat when they encounter an object, a wall or a person. Infrared radiations are not absorbed by the air but by solid bodies which transform them into thermal energy, thus creating optimal comfort.