If you want to restructure your home effectively, you must act at least on these points:
- Increasing the thermal resistance of the casing.
- Optimizing the energy balance of the transparent parts.
Increasing the efficiency of heat production systems.
Increasing thermal resistance, in other words effectively insulating, reduces winter and summer energy consumption and, consequently, heating and cooling costs, increasing internal comfort, protecting the building (avoiding condensation) and protect people (avoiding molds).
The outer coat can be an excellent solution, a valid proposal in this sense you can find on the site https://www.tsmceramic.com/it/, or writing a mail to: email@example.com
For the optimization of the transparent parts, it will probably be necessary to replace old windows and install solar shading to improve summer efficiency. The new solutions that the industry proposes, applied to window frames, to solar shading and, above all, to the glass, allow to improve the comfort and to reduce significantly reduce the consumption.
Replacing old winter air conditioning systems with higher efficiency solutions is a fundamental step.
If you already have a photovoltaic system, or you have decided to install it, use it for high efficiency electric heating, you will make the right choice for a better future.
The comparison of costs for the installation of a photovoltaic system, flanked by an electric heating with carbon fiber resistors, against the replacement of the old boiler, will amaze you. Even more if you consider how much you can cut down on heating and domestic hot water.
OUR SOLUTIONS FOR A HIGH EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC HEATING
WALL OR CEILING HEATING
With the THERMO FURNISHINGS of the line Genius Carbon, you just need to know how many watts are needed for each room to be heated, go to our site www.geniuscarbon.com or to https://www.thermaltt.com/en/electric-wall-heaters-panel-heater-genius-carbon , and choose the product that suits your needs. Indispensable also to INTEGRATE systems with heat pump, when, with external temperature at 0 ° C and humidity over 50%, the heat pump can go into crisis.
RADIATORS IN ENAMELED TERRACOTTA WITH THERMAL ACCUMULATION
If in your home there are the classic, old water radiators under the windows, you have the possibility to replace them with "heat storage radiators" in terracotta, which have surface temperatures up to 70 ° C, also exploiting the self-produced energy from a photovoltaic system. In the evening, when the photovoltaic panels no longer produce, they slowly release the heat, acting in an environment already preheated during the day.
Currently in pre-production phase, they will have the following dimensions and characteristics:
- 80x50x9 cm, power 900 W, weight 50 kg.
- 100x50x9 cm, power 1100 W, weight 60 kg.
The installation is easy and fast. It consists in eliminating the old radiators, cutting the pipes back and forth flush with the wall using them to bring the power cables of the new radiators up to their confluence, situated where was the boiler. Here you can place the electrical control panel, even better if controlled by an electronic control unit.
P.S. = The documentation will be available at the start of the marketing.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO CHOOSE SAFELY
Investing in electric heating is certainly a smart choice that looks to the future, is an ecological, simple and clean solution. However, care must be taken to make the right choice, many improvised producers offer systems that are not approved and not up to their promise.
For example, there are products that, in a misleading way, use the term CARBONIO (CARBON), even when it comes to metal resistors, in graphene, polymers, etc.
The use of the generic term CARBON should never be confused with CARBON FIBER.
Our heating systems use as resistor PAN-type CARBON FIBER which has the characteristic of emitting in the FIR infrared band, with a wavelength of 9.0 μm, superior to all the other systems that reach a maximum of 4,5 µm. In addition, they simultaneously emit negative ions that help purify the air.
PAN CARBON FIBER = energy saving + well-being
Heating with CARBON FIBER resistors, compared to other traditional systems with copper resistors, has demonstrated significant energy savings at the same caloric power:
SEE APPLUS LABORATORIES RADIATORS COMPARISON
SEE CABLE COMPARISON ELETTRA 80
You can verify that now all the products on the market are CE marked, but this does not always correspond to reality. Only those who, like us, possess the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications, important for quality and the environment, have the authorization to use the CE mark.
SEE EN ISO 14001 ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION
SEE QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM EN ISO 9001
It must be kept in mind that using electrical energy entails the obligation of Conformity to safety measures according to the European Directives, which are much more stringent than those required for a hydronic system. All our products comply with these standards.
Furthermore, an electric heating system can generate magnetic fields that are harmful to health. For this reason, it is important to verify that the product has the Certification and the related tests that certify the absence of harmful electromagnetic fields:
SEE INTENSITY OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD ELETTRA 80
SEE ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY MAT/MESH
If your intention is to insert a wall electric heater with a 230Vac power supply at 50-60 Hz, you must pay attention to the constraints set by the European legislation, which DOES NOT allow it to be installed under a height of 230 cm. if there is not a specific Certification with the relative test-report:
SEE TEST REPORT FLEXIBLE SHEET HEATING ELEMENT-1
SEE TEST REPORT FLEXIBLE SHEET HEATING ELEMENT-2
SEE TEST REPORT FLEXIBLE SHEET HEATING ELEMENT-3
Attention to the guarantees presented as a skylight mirror!
On the market, many electric heating systems, whether floor or not, are produced by non-European countries and distributed with attractive prices and guarantees "for life". If it were true it would be the best, but in the event of a dispute the commercials are paraded and who should respond is the manufacturer, but how to track it down and, above all, how to convince him to replace the product or compensate the damage??
We know very well that renovating or building a house involves huge investments, sometimes the sacrifices of a lifetime.
Is it worth risking on products of dubious origin and guarantee to save a few hundred euros? We do not think so, so much so that we provide our floor heating with a real guarantee, covered by insurance for 15 years.