ECOMAXX Underfloor heating, gently warms your room from the floor upwards, resulting in the perfect spread of heat, creating a comfortable environment for all.
Our underfloor heating systems run at temperatures lower than traditional radiators, making it more efficient, with lower running costs.
It can work divided in several independent heating zones (rooms) separately controlled by programmable room thermostats. That practically means that you can simply switch off the room that you don’t use and lower the heating cost.
Our underfloor heating systems can be directly connected to photovoltaic systems.
Heating your home
Underfloor heating systems produce radiant heat, thus evenly heating up the space and making the users feel warm.
On the contrary, radiators and AC units, heat up the air surrounding them, through the use of convection. Subsequently, this was air rises to the top, hardly ever reaching the user. These systems distribute heat unevenly, creating cold spots, and an overall less comfortable environment.
Water or electricity?
A wet, water or hydronic system is basically a pipeline beneath the floor, connected to a boiler or a heat exchanger. The warm water, propelled by a pump, regulated with a series of valves circulates and heats the floor which heats your space.
This comes at the disadvantage of price, complicated installation, moving parts, maintenance required, leaking and jamming risk, and slow response. Therefore, electricity is best.
What makes us different?
Conventional electric underfloor heating systems run on high voltage and are made of thick, insulated copper cables that use approx. 220-240V (AC) from the grid. Along with this, the standard cables are relatively thin, so high temperature is needed to compensate the spacing between each one.
On the other hand, our advanced underfloor heating systems use low voltage (12-24V), making use of aluminium alloy tapes, which are 10cm wide, thus covering a larger area with a single strip. This results in;
- corrosion resistivity & a longer lifespan
- a wider heating surface, which in turn reduce running costs
- safer due to the lower temperature demand