Capillary Tube System as Wall Heating in Dry Wall

Wall Heating in Dry Wall


Installation. The cosy capillary wall heating for installation in dry wall is ideal for all dry wall types and is especially popular when furnishing attic spaces. The total surface required is made up of the heat and cooling requirements of the area. Compared to thick tube meanders, either total area can be gained or, due to additional surface spreading, the flow temperature of the whole system can be reduced. This increases the performance number of the heat pump. For installation, the mat dimensions are defined by the substructure similar to ceiling heating and cooling.   


Advantage over thick tube meanders within dry walls:

higher capacity and/or lower system temperature;

low installation height;

even temperature dissipation;

quick installation;

flexible planning    


Technical Data  

Capacity heating / cooling: set for heat requirement / cooling requirement with the corresponding most energy efficient flow temperatures          

Mat installation height: 4.5 mm  

Element installation height: at least 15 mm  

Wall covering materials: all dry wall materials  

COP plus (performance number increase heat pump/heating): Heat pump producer should adjust to allow for the improved performance number (COP) of W30, W28 or W26 depending on the project.

COP plus (performance number increase heat pump/cooling): complimentary cooling by connecting to wells or probes is possible. For surface collector or air-water heat pump, make enquiries at your heat pump producer as to W16.



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