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Another revolution in the method of heat distribution

Central heating RadiatorModern heating systems must meet the growing demands in terms of thermal comfort. In smart homes of the future, the underfloor heating currently installed more and more often by itself will not work due to long reaction time. Just a small amount of heat energy is sufficient to heat homes built today, so for most of the day and most of the heating season the system does not have to heat at all in a warm, well-accumulating house. All heat yields are taken advantage of. When the desired interior temperature is reached, the heating system should stop the heating. The base temperature of a warm, well-accumulating house does not change in a short period of time. Although it is true that short-term increase in air temperature is often desirable, soon after the cessation of heating the interior air temperature returns to the starting temperature (...)

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An indispensable component of hybrid heat distribution systems -
copper-aluminium REGULUS-system radiators

Radiator - REGULUS-system DUBELIncreasingly warmer construction, better building materials, accumulating heat, allow for changes in the way we heat buildings. A slow decline can be observed of radiators common in the previous era - finned tube radiators, panel radiators, heavy, placed under the window and always white. Modern radiators do not have to necessarily hang below the window. Decorative, colourful, vertical or having yet another design, they may be located next to a window, on a pillar, on an empty wall, inside the wall (INSIDE-system) or the floor (CANAL-system). Efficient low-temperature heating is also possible. The indoor temperature is stabilised by all partitions heated to the desired temperature, such as the walls, ceiling and floor, as well as furnishings (...)

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The era of radiators precisely dosing heat - REGULUS-system radiators is coming

Grzejniki centralnego ogrzewania Sollarius

Are we seeing the end of wall-mounted radiators? Nothing of the sort. Of course, we are seeing the end of radiators typically used in housing projects - finned or plate, heavy radiators, located under the window and always painted white. Increasingly warmer construction, better heat-storing construction materials force changes. In such buildings, the indoor temperature is stabilised by all partitions heated to the desired temperature, such as the walls, ceiling and floor, as well as furnishings. (...)

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