Heated floor - comfort in the house
The question of maintaining a comfortable temperature for living in the house, among people is very relevant for a long time. And to be precise, somewhere from the end of September to the beginning of May - and this goes on every year. Fortunately for us, besides the usual batteries and radiators, there is still a large number of alternative ways that can be maintained in the house at a comfortable temperature. And one of such methods is floor warming. It seems that so much has already been said about the warm floors, that there is nothing more to say, but it was not there! Our citizens still have a lot of questions. And the most common of them - what kind of floor heating is needed in a particular case? How to choose? And indeed, there are a couple of types of heated floor, and each has its own characteristics. Absolutely all types of warm floors are based on the same system: the heating element is placed in a concrete screed, and then another layer of cement mortar covers it. Thermal insulation, which is used in the process of installing all types of warm floors protects you from unnecessary energy and costs.
As a result, a kind of redistribution of heat flows occurs, which is what makes the room comfortable. You do not need to have special knowledge in the field of physics to understand the obvious - conventional central heating radiators are somewhat imperfect. Probably, each of us paid attention to the fact that as soon as you walked away from the cast-iron battery a couple of steps, it was as if there was no heat. This results from the fact that all heated air rises upward, to a ceiling and falls only in that case when it becomes cold again. It takes a lot of time to warm the room well. The energy that is wasted could easily warm another two or three apartments. Another thing - when you let the heat from the bottom up completely across the area of the room. Besides the fact that the energy no longer goes to nowhere, its amount is quite noticeably decreasing. This heating system also has other significant advantages. The first is that the air temperature is distributed in the comfort zone for the person: the bottom is the warmest flow, and as it moves upward it begins to cool down (usually in traditional heating systems everything is the other way around, the legs feel cold, and at the head level it is very hot).The second is that the flow rate is very small and the dust does not move back and forth.