The heating systems

Central hot water / solid tanks

These heating systems can be connected to central heating systems in single and multiple dwellings and in commercial and industrial establishments. The required room temperature is emitted by radiators, floor heating systems, or hot air heaters.

Water block heaters

Two systems for delivering hot water are used here: first the central tank heater consisting of a heating unit (electrical flow heater) with a separate water block of holding tanks; secondly the water holding tanks that are connected in series according to the size of the installation. In both variants a resistance heater integrated in the holding tanks generates hot water.

Solid tanks

Resistor elements convert electrical energy into heat which they transfer to the storage core (block of stone absorbers). When this heat is emitted, air circulates over the heated storage core and flows through the heat exchanger that then transfers the heat to the hot water.

Storage heaters

Installed in buildings and living quarters, electrical storage heaters are designed to meet the heating requirements in these environments. The state of the structure, the users’ sensitivity to heat, and weather conditions are crucial factors affecting the heating system’s charge rate. During the charge time the appliance’s storage core is heated to the required temperature. The stored heat is then emitted continuously over the appliance’s surface. When a user requires a higher ambient temperature this can be set at the thermostat or timer. A fan integrated in the heater draws in ambient air and blows it back into the room after it has passed over the heated storage core.

Floor heating systems

Heating mats consisting of heating strips (heating wire) or sheet-type heating elements convert electricity into heat for floors and surfaces. The heating elements are laid in screed elements, and their simultaneous and uniform heating effects generate a pleasant indoor climate.