Underfloor Heating

Underfloor Heating from nutech renewables ltd

By: nutech renewables ltd  20/04/2012
Keywords: solar panels, Sustainable Energy, heating systems

 Underfloor heating works through warm water pumped through pipes laid in the floor of the room. Much lower water temperatures are required as the large surface area of the floor is enough to warm the room efficiently as the heat rises.  An underfloor heating system will generally run at around 45 degrees as opposed to 80 degrees used in radiator systems, which means that there are energy and running cost savings, especially when used with renewable heat sources such as heat pumps.

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