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Under Floor Heating
- The underfloor radiant system is a heating system which uses high temperature water circulating in pipes made of plastic material, sunk in the layer of cement supporting the usual flooring in ceramic, marble, granite, gres or wooden materials.
- The heat is transferred from the pipes to the floor and from the latter to the whole room: in this way the whole surface of the floor itself becomes a radiant body.
- The transfer of heat from the floor to the environment and surfaces facing it takes place by means of radiation and convection, thereby guaranteeing an excellent temperature distribution.
- In winter the underfloor radiant system works with water the temperature of which varies from 45c to 50c in relation to temperature.