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Overview of the Capillary System Technology Air-conditioning Solutions

The capillary system is a water-bearing heating and cooling system. The capillary system has

  • the lowest construction height of all heating and cooling systems,
  • as well as the lowest flow and surface temperatures and
  • the lowest energy consumption level,
  • fastest regulation, and of course,
  • the advantage of the dual heating and cooling function.

It is the system that produces healthy and comfortable internal air conditioning, both in summer and in winter. Radiated heat has the effect that the air is somewhat colder than the perceived heat. The air in the room is less dry and therefore richer in oxygen. This results in far less dust turbulence.

Radiated cold, at temperatures of 16-18C is also healthy and pleasant. There is no draught and the air does not dry out, it harbours no sources of bacteria or dust and there is no ventilator noise.

Laying options
in the floor:

  • in cement floor
  • in flow concrete floor
  • can be stuck to ready-closed floors using
    perforated clip film. Top-covered with casting
    compound. Constructional height 4.3mm
    plus 2mm top cover (top cover depends on floor covering to be used).
All solid floors are suitable for laying concrete, cast plaster floor, wooden floorboards.

in walls and ceiling:
  • Can be embedded in all types of wall material, clay, plaster, lime, cement.
  • "Capillary mat can be applied like wallpaper using filler (filler rises through perforations, and encloses all capillaries.
  • Behind plaster boards.

The capillary mat is laid directly underneath the warming and cooling surface, which means it is fast-reacting, it can be regulated upwards or downwards in only a few minutes, making it ideal for use in rooms that are subject to rapid temperature fluctuations flexibly and individually used rooms, combined living and bedrooms, and buildings with large glass surfaces and conservatories.

Beneficial effects

The temperature of the heating water is no more than 24 - 30C, which is around 8 - 10C less than with other systems. This translates to top-class performance levels for heat pumps, maximum yield from solar panels, and optimum use of calorific potential.

The second advantage is the perceived warmth of the relatively low room air temperature. Radiated heat does not heat the air, only objects and bodies. The air remains somewhat cooler than the perceived warmth. This is comparable with the heat from sunlight when the air outside is cold. The beneficial effect is the saving due to the temperature difference between the actual (low) room air temperature and the perceived (higher) temperature resulting from the radiated heat. The same applies in reverse for the cooling effect.

Areas of application

  • Renovation of old buildings
  • Modernisation
  • Ceiling heating
  • Wood-sunlight coupling
  • Wall heating
  • Monument protection
  • Hospitals
  • Sanatoria
  • Heat pump systems
  • Glass buildings
  • Conservatories

  • Under-floor heating
  • Restoration
  • Solar heating
  • Clay construction
  • Anti-allergic heating and cooling systems
  • Healthy room-air conditioning
  • Cooling and heating
  • New buildings
  • Ceiling cooling
  • Heating and cooling