In classic or conventional underfloor heating, the hot water flowing in the pipes will first heat the heat insulating concrete and then the end floor, emitting heat in the space with a delay(when it is turned on).In wet, low height underfloor heating, the hot water
Classic or conventional underfloor heating and low height underfloor heating are more expensive than the construction of a system employing conventional heating units. This difference is covered very quickly, especially in the case of the Kamfloor system, due to its lower operating cost,
It has been suggested that underfloor heating has an adverse effect on those suffering from phlebitis or circulatory problems, as it makes the floor “burn”. This is WRONG!!!
Floor with underfloor heating do not “burn”. When floor temperature ranges from 25°C to27°C and the temperature of the human body
Underfloor heating is a heating system installed in the interior of the floor and emitting heat. • Electric underfloor heating : The entire floor is paved with electric resistances fed with electricity. This system does not offer the capacity for cooling.
Yes, it can be installed in all areas, since it offers only advantages compared to other heating systems. However, in areas which are not constantly and daily use and the immediate transfer of heat is required (a room in a house
No, because splicing on the end floors uses special glues in the case of underfloor heating and, additionally, should one wish to reinforce splicing in classic or conventional and low height underfloor heating, it can be reinforced using suitable primer.
Splicing is reinforced in the Kamfloor system
The classic or conventional underfloor heating compared to radiator units and due to the existence of heat insulating concrete exhibits an initial delay in the transfer of heat to the space, due to low water temperatures. For this reason, it is recommended to put underfloor heating in operation