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Regulus heaters

Where to apply them?

Regulus heaters are heaters characterized by a vast scope of application. This ensues from their numerous and unique functional features. They are light weight; they are rustproof; they are resistant to high pressure and to high pressure jumps occurring inside installation (working pressure – 15 atm.). They can be even steam powered. The Regulus heaters can be filled with either water or freeze proof liquid (worthy of a note in case of, e.g. holiday homes or other periodic uses).
They do not require the application of corrosion inhibitors,
Can be applied in open systems (soild-fuel boilers)
Water can be drained out from them without limitations.

1. REGULUS-system heaters may be used in any type of system - made of copper, plastic or traditional steel, provided that these materials are applicable in c.h. system.

2. REGULUS-system heaters are compatible with the following boilers: electric, gas, and oil fired boilers, and they may be also connected to a municipal heat distribution network. In the case of solid-fuel boilers of overriding importance are: the level of boiler automation, own water capacity (boiler weight), and system execution in accordance with the in-force provisions stipulating the execution and operational requirements pertaining to such system. Then, their potential may be exploited to the full. It is advisable, in the aspect of power saving capacity of the entire system, to build in inside of it a buffer container for the purpose of storing any surplus of generated heat and for its subsequent smooth regulation by heaters.

3. Regulus heaters can be applied together, to an excellent effect, with low-temperature boilers such as condensation boilers.

The work parameters of Regulus heaters at lower temperatures of system operation are even more favourable than the comparable parameters of boilers of other types, this being due to their better overall performance and better convection performance being rooted in the vast heat-giving out- surface of Regulus heaters.

4. Regulus heaters are compatible with GWC, i.e. heat pump.

5. Regulus heaters may not be installed together with gravity circulation. For reasons of low water capacity and their instantaneous emission of heat, the heater circuit should be forced by a circulating pump. In the gravity circulation, the advantages of Regulus heaters are not fully exploited. In case of break-downs or electric power supply failures, the heaters shall continue to operate, however, in such instances, their operation shall not be to full effect.

6. Regulus heaters may be of some use in reinforcing floor heating that takes much longer to activate. In-built with the floor-heating system, as they may be, Regulus heaters act against rapid indoor temperature drops, and they also reduce temperature of medium before the floor heating is reinforced.

Regulus heaters are applied in both, detached and semi-detached houses.
They are installed in holiday houses, skeleton buildings, office buildings, as well as in commercial-purpose and industrial buildings.
They are built-in inside of churches, sporting venues – especially swimming pools, as well as in objects of increased humidity level e.g. car washers or even off-shore units.