It Is Time For Winter To Understand The Principles And Advantages And Disadvantages Of Self-heating Floors
- Jun 22, 2018 -

Xiao Bian tells you about the principle of self-heating floor and the advantages and disadvantages of self-heating floor. Interested friends come and see it!

The traditionally heated floor is buried under the floor through geothermal pipes, which is not safe and environmentally friendly. Self-heating floors do not require preheating of pipes or air under the floor. It is a carbon crystal far-infrared chip embedded in multi-layer solid wood, the heating chip is located 4mm below the floor surface, there is a near 15mm insulation layer below the heat loss caused by the heat loss is less than 2%, the heating chip is completely waterproof Insulation is 100% safe even when the floor is immersed. The floor and the floor are connected by male and female plug wires. The male and female plug wires are also waterproof and leakproof, ensuring the safety, stability and reliability of the heating floor and construction. Each floor is a separate heating element. Parallel connections are used between the floor and the floor. Only plugs and plugs are needed for installation.

Self-heating floor advantages and disadvantages

The self-heating floor integrates the heating device into the interior of the floor, which integrates the floor heating equipment and the geothermal floor, thereby reducing the paving costs of consumers. At present, self-heating floor has already included solid wood, solid wood multi-layer, three-layer solid wood, reinforced and other major categories, and everyone can choose to suit their own self-heating floor like ordinary floor, whether it is appearance or feel, etc. On the other hand, there will be no obvious difference.

In the heat generation mode, the current mainstream design is a heat-generating film, a heat-generating cable, a heat-generating coating, etc., and the indoor temperature is adjusted in the form of radiant heating. Compared with traditional floor heating equipment such as electric heating and plumbing, self-heating floors are more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly, and they are not inferior in safety performance. In addition, the self-heating floor is more convenient than traditional floor heating in terms of maintenance and maintenance.

In the north, hot-hot ceramic tile Huzhou hot floor is generally used. However, self-heating tiles or hot floors really solve the problem of non-compliance of heating in winter. Since the heating floor can not concentrate on the heating problem in the south, people do not need to insert electric heating again. That is, space is not safe. The self-heating floor is similar to the ordinary floor. The only difference is that it passes through a high-tech heating layer, and after being energized, it allows the heat energy to spread every corner of the space. At the same time, the far-infrared heat radiation function is more effective in regulating human health, and has better curative effect against rheumatism, arthropathy, and the like. Experts said that the current simple self-heating floor has multiple functions, allowing people to use the peace of mind and health.

However, self-heating floors also have drawbacks:

1, the use of the cost is higher than ordinary electric floor heating, because there is no insulation board insulation.

2, carbon fiber paper fever, half-life impact, power attenuation.

3, no shielding, no offset, excessive electromagnetic radiation.

4, can not be laminated above the furniture, etc., otherwise the floor will accumulate heat black.

5, maintenance is inconvenient, generally use concealed works, cloth repair.

Therefore, when purchasing, it is necessary to see if the power or electromagnetic radiation exceeds the standard, as well as the floor carrying capacity. These are all elements to consider. The above is the introduction of the self-heating floor principle brought by Xiao Bian and the introduction of the advantages and disadvantages of the self-heating floor. Hopefully it will help everyone.


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