Underfloor Heating

Everything you need to know

In contrast to conventional heating systems, in underfloor heating the pipes transporting the water are not used only for the supply of the radiator but together with the floor are turned into a radiator.

The pipes of the system are given a special form and are put in the floor of the heating area together with a special concrete composition that covers the pipes. Thus the floor radiates heat.
The pipes are installed in separate circuits that start in the collector inlet which takes from the central column the water of 40-50oC. After having run the floor on fixed routes, they return back into the central column through the collector of return.
In that way the floor radiates
heat which is evenly distributed in the space and do not provoke aesthetic problems as the radiators in conventional heating systems do.
Also, this system creates an ideal atmosphere and a healthy environment for the people because their feet stay warm and their head stays cold.
Due to the low temperature of the floor radiation, dehumidification of the space is minimized and the disadvantages of conventional heating systems are eliminated, either we refer to radiators with radiation or ventilation (fun coils).
Due to the low temperature of functioning, the underfloor heating offers economy of energy and expenses . The underfloor heating is ideal for combinational use with systems of alternative and renewable energy friendly to environment and to our pockets (e.g. geothermy, solar thermal energy etc.).
Pipes that are used for this system: