Wouldn’t these mats be more efficient in heating the room if installed in
They are available for underfloor-heating as well. If there isn’t enough
space to achieve the needed heat energy you may combine both systems. Wall
heating is often used due to the heat radiation which gives you a more cozy
feeling compared to convective heating.
Ok, what is the power of these elements? And how much it cost when price is
0,07-0,09Euros per KWh!!!!!!!!!!
How silly is that?? Why not simply insulate the wall properly instead of
heating an outside wal and losing all the energy into the environment?
Excellent system, love it … where can I buy these pipes? Just worried
someone is going to drill or put nail into the finished wall …..
no1 talking for air in top of instalation??? how u fix that….?
The wall is very high performance lightweight blockwork, (the white stuff),
you would never fix this to a thermally poor external wall. However if used
on an un-insulated internal wall, it will use the density of the structure
as a heat store, having initial thermal inertia then longterm retention.
the pipes being small diameter are normally filled forcing the air out, and
tested before plastering, really easy, connect to a hose, and stick the
other end into a bucket until the bubble stop, that way your wall will not
gurgle. Floor heating has a similar problem due to slow flow rates, so
flushing the same way is normally done before testing, additionally in a
floor it stops the pipe (larger diameter) from trying to float where
someone forgot to clip it down properly !
that is something i didn’t think about! and it is so important! i think
floor pipes are enough :
i wouldn’t like to hang any picture frames up on the wall lol, but
excellent idea for overcoming damp walls in the old cornish houses.
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