Electric heating for churches and places of cultural heritage

Most churches and cultural heritage objects were built hundreds of years ago, where old inefficient heating systems were regularly used. However modern usage requires modern, sustainable and cost-effective solutions.
						
Electric heating of churches and cultural heritage sites.
Electric heating of churches and cultural heritage sites.

During 30 years of operation in the field of radiant heating, we faced many challenges and interesting projects. Partially we shared our know-how in the Outdoor applications Catalogue, however huge part of quite complicated projects were still not covered there. These were mainly buildings of cultural heritage, e.g. churches, castles, chateaus etc. Buildings, where their energy efficiency is their biggest problem. For example old churches sometimes can be almost impossible to heat fully and properly, with cold stone walls and floors. Due to lofty ceilings, warm air just pointlessly rises with no effect on the congregation. To make it even more complicated, most of such buildings cannot be substantially rebuilt. Nevertheless our experience shows that electric heating can be truly a good solution in many cases. It is easy to install, offers zone heating, is discreet, user-friendly, has remote control, requires no maintenance and cause minimal disruption to visitors. The last, but not the least, it is cheaper to run, as is does not waste money heating dead space and has no long pre-heating time. So we prepared a Catalogue where you can find different electric heating products for churches and places of cultural heritage.

 

Benefits 

  • High flexibility
  • Accurate heat supply
  • Fast reaction
  • High efficiency
  • Radiant heat
Electric heating of churches and cultural heritage sites.
Electric heating of churches and cultural heritage sites.
Electric heating of churches and cultural heritage sites.
Electric heating of churches and cultural heritage sites.
Protection from snow and icicles.
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