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Powietrzny system grzewczy

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Płyta żelbetowa

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Styropianowy element brzegowy typu L

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Pozioma styropianowa izolacja termiczna

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Izolacja przeciwdziałająca podmarzaniu

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Podbudowa płyty, pospółka

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Parati Air

Foundation slab with air heating system

The air heating system embedded in the foundation slab is based on an arrangement of PP tube loops which transfer hot air in a closed cycle.

 

The individual heating loops are carefully laid during the foundation slab laying stage according to the design for the specific building concerned. The loop layout, cross-section and lengths are always precisely adapted to the room dimensions, the window opening sizes and number, and the construction technology used. 

 

 

Heating loop system

The loop layout, cross-section and lengths are always precisely adapted to the room dimensions, the window opening sizes and number, and the construction technology used.

 

The air flow is forced through individual loops and heating zones by special control units at specific locations laid across the foundation slab. 

 

 

 

 

 

The heating system is fed by electric heating units or water heat exchanger units, depending on the heat source connected to the building. Electric heating units are powered from the electric service line heat power is provided by heat exchangers fed with hot water from the buildings heating plant. In the hot water supply variant, the building is connected to any main energy source (solid fuel furnace, gas furnace, heat pump, etc.).

 

 

 

 

Slab protective features !

  • The hot foundation slab accumulates heat and thereby stabilises the building temperature, which protects the structure from humidity and its negative effects, such as mould or fungi.
  • Foundation slab heating is a low-temperature system and is suitable for flooring systems of various materials (wooden boards, panels, carpets, tiles, etc.) laid directly on the slab surface.
  • The low operating temperature of the heating system oscillates between 21 and 24°C and prevents the phenomenon of convection currents, the main factor behind the propagation of airborne dust and other allergens which favour allergic disorders.
  • If the heat supply fails, the foundation slab acts as a thermal buffer which radiates the accumulated heat to provide thermal comfort for ten+ hours following the outage.