Advantages of nano infrared heating
When planning and designing a heating system, it is very important to determine the heat load of the building and his rooms. For this purpose, DIN EN 12831 offers a calculation procedure that is recognized and used in Europe. This computer-aided calculation method allows obtaining good results for planning new buildings.
The calculation is contingent upon numerous parameters. Therefore, we provide only guide and empirical values, which are also used by specialists (exterior walls, adjoining rooms, window surfaces and orientation).
To obtain exact data, we recommend calculating the required heat according to DIN EN 12831. The following table shows values for approximate calculation.
Infrared radiation density
With the graphene coatings currently applied by us, the radiation portion in the total surface heating emission should be more than 80%. The reason for this is the speed the electrons flow with between both poles of the heating plate, which is about 15,000 SI. The appropriate insulation on the back of the surface heating system and the focusing of IR radiation on the radiating surface make the radiation values much higher. This distinguishes our technology from the mass of conventional infrared heating appliances.