radiador KERMI PROFIL /VERTEO/LINE VPLUS

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radiador KERMI PROFIL /VERTEO/LINE VPLUS
Nom du produit
radiador KERMI PROFIL /VERTEO/LINE VPLUS
Fabricant
TECNA
HVAC
Radiateurs
Type
Radiateurs à panneaux
Utilisez
Résidentiel
Installation
Montage mural
Style
Contemporain

Modern heat generation and therm-x2. 

A perfect energy saving couple.

The patented x2 technology features several advantages: heating time that is reduced up to 25%, up to 100% increased cosy radiated heat for maximum comfort and valuable energy savings of up to 11%. The therm-x2 is the perfect link to all modern, energy saving heating systems.

Almost everyone knows the feeling: the room temperature is right, but just not the level of comfort. And the heat coming from the radiator can hardly be felt. With Therm-x2 it is very different. The medium surface temperature of the front panel is considerably higher for an increased radiated portion of up to 100% during normal operation and maximum comfort at any time.

The therm-x2 works according to the innovative principle of serial ?ow-through. That means that while in the existing steel panel radiator technology, all panels are heated concurrently, the ?ow ?ows here initially only through the front panel. The results are energy savings of up to 11% compared with standard panel radiator technology. Radiator heating time reduced by up to 25%. And up to 100 % more, comfortable radiated heat.

The former parallel ?ow-through system heats all radiator panels concurrently. For about 95% of the heating period, a surface temperature of well below 40° C is indeed enough to reach the designated room temperature, however, it will not convey the cosy feeling of real comfort. As it strongly depends on the radiator's radiation characteristics, if we regard the warmth in the room as being cosy. 

The therm-x2 with its serial ?ow-through and an increased radiated portion of up to 100% has here a clear advantage and is responsible for 100% comfort at any time.

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