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What is a floor heater?
They are systems that meet the heating needs of villas and/or buildings with small usage areas. The floor heating system is based on the principle of conveying the heated water on the basis of apartments or villas to the radiators via pipes and heating the environment by means of heat transfer. Floor heating provides an advantage in the evaluation of price, efficiency and life with a single boiler. Heating systems consisting of floor heaters, boiler + boiler + automatic control system, which can also work with natural gas or liquid fuel, can produce heating and domestic hot water together. In case hot water is not desired, it also provides the opportunity to be used for heating purposes only.
CROSSLINK COLLECTOR SYSTEM
“– Instead of four or more column lines drawn in conventional heating systems, only one column line is drawn thanks to the mobile system.
– Time-consuming tasks such as having many column lines in classical systems and breaking the floor concrete for each line are also greatly reduced thanks to the mobile system. Columns and branches narrow the usage areas in the spaces and create a bad situation in terms of aesthetics. With the mobile system, this bad situation is eliminated.
– In mobile system applications, since the pipes are passed through the protective sheath and the radiator and collector connections remain on the plaster, future malfunctions can be easily intervened and eliminated.
– It is decorative, the radiator piping that bothers the eye is not seen in the apartment, it does not narrow the usage area in the spaces.
– Since separate flow and return pipes are laid from the main column to each radiator on each floor, the pipe length of the critical line and therefore pressure losses are reduced. Local flow losses are low as no fittings are used in in-floor piping.
– In case of damage to the plastic pipe, the pipe inside the protective spiral sheath is pulled and the new pipe is pushed. There is no need to break open the places where the pipe passes. In addition, during pipe replacement, only the flow and return valves of the relevant line in the collector are closed and the heating of other rooms in the house is not cut off.”
FLOOR HEATING SYSTEM
Underfloor heating system is a heating system that distributes the heat losses in the space by spreading the energy taken from the heat source under the floor with the pipes in the floor concrete, and heats the floor and therefore the environment. In our country, this method has started to be implemented after 1980 and thousands of square meters of settlement area are still heated with this system. Necessary heating in the system is provided with warm water of forty to fifty degrees Celsius, all kinds of solid or liquid combustible materials, absorption of solar rays, heat pump, solar energy integrated system meet the required energy needs. It provides a homogeneous heat distribution with its underfloor heating system. There is almost no temperature difference between the rooms. Heat accumulation on the ceiling seen in classical heating systems is out of question for this system. Since the heat is stored in the building construction elements, the thermal comfort does not affect too much from sudden temperature changes.
Underfloor heating system is a heating system that distributes the energy it receives from the heat source by spreading it under the floor with pipes in the floor concrete, and heats the floor and therefore the environment. In the system, the heat radiates from a whole floor area and a homogeneous heat distribution is provided in the room, providing the most suitable and economical heating for human structure. In side radiator systems, the boiler water temperature must reach seventy to ninety degrees Celsius in order to provide the appropriate room temperature, while in underfloor heating systems, the boiler water temperature is maximum fifty degrees Celsius. In radiator heating, the temperature of the radiator panels reaches fifty-five-sixty degrees Celsius, while the floor temperature is around twenty-eight degrees Celsius for a comfortable heating in underfloor heating systems.
The answer to the question of what is a central heating system, with its most basic definition, is to provide equal heating in the apartments of the entire building. Thus, the same heat and temperature is obtained in all apartments. In addition, if the building is insulated, central heating provides much better efficiency in this case.
According to the definitions specified in the central heating regulation; It is explained as obtaining a central heating and distributing it to all buildings. In other words, it is the heating of hot water or steam, which is distributed from various parts of the building through pipes from a center.
The working method of central heating is that the energy in a single center, namely the boiler, gives hot water to the radiators in the apartments, heating the radiators, and naturally this heat also heats the house. It meets the heating needs of the houses without the need to take any other action. The only necessary tools are the boiler and piping system that manages the fluid used. Likewise, it is not always necessary to provide a new water source, because the water heated by the pipes and the boiler circulates continuously thanks to the circulation in the system. Thus, it is also economical in terms of water resource. Central heating can also work with coal or natural gas.