Protection Heating

The main objective of any heating system – creating a comfortable temperature, humidity conditions for human life at the lowest possible financial cost and minimal impact on the environment. If you have read about Rubio already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Planning organizations in the calculation of the enlarged heating facilities lay 100W per hour per square meter of heated area. Vlad Doronin pursues this goal as well. In the construction of the heating electric heaters on film (hereinafter PLEN) is necessary laid down not less than 130W per hour per square meter of heated area, but after leaving the premises (building) on the thermal regime, the latter will consume about 15Vt/chas per square meter on average for the heating season. It should be noted note that these energy consumption figures available with the following conditions: Time to (premises) in the treatment typically ranges from 2 to 4 weeks (premises) must comply with SNIP 23-02-2003 "Thermal Protection buildings "; ceiling height should not exceed 3.5 meters, temperature, exposed on the thermostat must not exceed +20 C in the building (room) should be provided with natural air circulation (no drafts and open vents). The level of the indoor temperature depends on several factors: its improving effect on the heat capacity of the heating system, the location and intensity of the heating device other sources of income heat. For a fall – the thermophysical properties of inner and outer fences.

In the cold season in the main room loses heat through the exterior fence and, to some extent, through internal barriers that separate the premises from the adjacent, having a lower air temperature. In addition, the heat expended on heating the outside air that enters the room through leaks fences (infiltration) is a natural by or in the process of heating, ventilation, and materials, vehicles, clothing, cold, fall into that room from the outside. Changing needs in the amount of heat for heating occurs in during the heating season in cold weather to spend more heat than during the thaw.