First of all, let’s understand what exactly this is of central heating: briefly, it consists of a system that allows to increase the ambient temperature and lower the relative humidity of the air inside a closed space, creating comfortable conditions for the user in situations of low outside temperatures.
Central heating provides heat to the entire interior space, starting from a point and spreading throughout all divisions. The big difference is that central heating generates heat from a single point. The heat is then distributed by the different spaces through own pipe, water circulation by pipes.
In terms of temperature, it is ideal to keep the indoor environment in the order of 19/20º C. Neither much warmer nor much colder. This temperature, in addition to the comfort it provides, helps to reduce the unpleasant feeling of humidity and prevents the formation of moisture and molds.
Heating in a house is a very advantageous situation for a number of reasons, including health and safety reasons. In addition to the main advantage of making environments warmer and more pleasant, this system helps to mitigate the formation of moisture and mold that ultimately affects the health of its residents, especially those with more sensitivity to respiratory and allergic problems.
In addition, blood pressure and heart rate can also be changed when we are in very cold temperatures, so the system becomes another advantage in this sense.
How does a central heating system work?
The operation of a central heating system is simple: Water enters the boiler and is heated. This hot water enters the pipe network and is routed to the radiators. Inside the radiators, the heated water exchanges its energy with them, that is, the temperature of the water decreases and that of the radiators increases. When the temperature of the radiators rises above room temperature, the latter in turn exchange the energy with the ambient air, increasing the temperature of the division where they are installed. After this process, the water enters the pipe network again and is rerouted to the boiler, continuing the process of ambient heating.
How is a central heating system set up?
A central heating system consists of: – A boiler intended for heating water; – A pipe; – Radiators intended for heating the environment (optional, if you choose underfloor heating) – Regulators and programmers – If you want to associate more comfort in the use of A.Q.S. in several taps simultaneously then an accumulator tank is installed.
Does the use of a thermostat in a central heating plant save energy?
In central heating systems, you can control the parameters of time and temperature, allowing for comfort and energy savings. In a thermostat central heating system, energy savings can be between 15% and 20%, compared to the same installation without regulatory elements. The adjustment elements allow you to determine the temperature of the room in which they are installed and the operating hours of the system.
Is it possible to install a central heating in any house?
Yes! The central heating systems currently marketed are versible to the point that they are installable in any dwelling. Any apartment or villa, new or old, can receive a central heating installation and thus enjoy all the convenience offered by this system. In fact, it is not necessary for a house to be equipped from scratch with all the water pipes that make up the system. There are, nowadays, modular components that allow to carry out the installation in any house, aesthetically integrated and without the need to carry out major works in the house.
Where to install a Termionize boiler?
Its assembly must be done by an accredited technician, the Therotherm boiler produces no noise, has no smell, does not produce gases (does not require chimney) and is compact which allows to be installed anywhere in the house.
Advantages Termionize boiler
The extreme simplicity of this eco-heating system allows considerable savings on the user’s energy bill: up to 50% compared to a diesel or butane/propane boiler.
- No maintenance: Only the primary circuit fluid should be replaced every 4/5 years and the electrodes of the ionizing unit every 20 years.
- Aesthetic and discreet: mural installation of small dimensions (100 x 62.5×26).
Silent: Mounting inside the housing or near the use circuit allows a considerable reduction of the thermal losses of the installation;
- Reliable: Without the use of electrical resistance and thanks to its mechanical equipment, the boiler is designed in such a way that the risk of failure is virtually nil.
- With a 5-year warranty, it will work for much longer thanks to the simplicity of the system.
- Efficient: efficacy close to 100% whatever the outside temperature.
- Ecological: does not contain harmful products. Closed circuit operation and no CO2 emission