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Architectural sophistication, reducing costs associated with heating and striving to achieve ideal thermal comfort are prerequisites that are currently increasingly giving priority to underfloor heating.
In the past, large-scale floor heating was only used as a supplement to another heating method. An obstacle there were relatively high heat losses of the buildings and low thermal performance of the floor heating, resulting from the low entrance fee temperature of the heating medium.
The roots of underfloor heating go deeper into history. One of the first attempts at underfloor heating was heating the floor with flue gas that flowed under the living space. The focus was most often placed outside this space and flue gases were removed through shafts located in the perimeter walls. But the heat-carrying medium was air.
The first mention of hot water heating is from the 18th century, from France. In the twentieth century, hot water heating has become a widespread method of heating and, in combination with low-temperature sources, represents the direction of current technology in heating.
Floor heating is one of the radiant methods of heating. The share of the radiative component to the convective component in the total transmission of heat from the heating surface is 55% : 45%.
From classic convection heating (radiator heating, convector heating), floor heating it is distinguished by the method of heat transfer and the temperature conditions in the room.
Floor heating is different from convection heating characterized by uniform temperature distribution and significantly less air flow (lower dust). Heating occurs due to the influence of the radiant component
walls surrounding the heated room. From the walls the surrounding air is heated. It is optimally preserved
relative air humidity, which has a favorable effect on Airways.
First of all, it is an aesthetic and spatial point of view. There is no need to install radiators in the rooms, which take up space, and moreover, it is not advisable to place anything above and in front of them. In the case of underfloor heating, the heating pipe is hidden in the floor, so it does not take up any space. Even wiping dust from radiator bodies is much more complicated than wiping dust from the floor. It is also true that dust swirling with underfloor heating is minimal (in contrast to classic radiator heating).
The use of hot water floor heating is not limited. The only condition is to cover the heat losses of the heated object without exceeding the maximum permissible temperature of the tread layer.
Possibilities of using floor heating.