THE NEW WALL AND CEILING INFRARED HEATING SYSTEM
ELECTRIC HEATING: COMFORTABLE. INEXPENSIVE. SIMPLE.
Take control of your interior design. Imagine not needing to worry about designing around radiators!
Design your own living space, on your own terms. Make the most of the space in your home.
Our heating mats create space without wasting space.
Even in confined spaces, space can be created by replacing old radiators with Wall and Ceiling Infrared Heating.
This is not only a visual improvement, but also increases comfort – in new buildings and renovations.
Advantages at a Glance
- Low energy, offering significant fuel savings over conventional electric heating
- Reduced carbon emissions
- Skimmed under the final plaster coat
- Invisible as it’s hidden in the ceiling or wall
- Low investment costs and easy installation
- Effective protection against damp spots and mould growth
- Resistant to damage
- Safe, low voltage
- Fast warm up
- Controllable via apps
- 10 year warranty
Ceiling & Wall Installation
An excellent, even distribution of heat throughout the space you’re heating.
After fitting, the material can be painted.
Inserting holes in the matting for lighting etc. is possible without causing any problems.
Houses can be heated efficiently and cost-effectively.
In addition, the simple, uncomplicated technology reduces investment costs and gives the user full control over their heating.
You decide where and when to heat as necessary.
A unique electric fleece heating system for new buildings and renovation of existing buildings.
Our system works with a protective low voltage of 36V and is comfortably controlled by most modern Smart enabled room thermostats.
The connection is completely safe thanks to the transformer with safety extra-low voltage (SELV).
A diffusion-open, fleece-backed and adhesion optimised film, which, due to its perforation, is ideal for plaster systems for ceiling installations.
Our patented manufacturing method: Homogeneously fused and not built up in individual layers. This prevents defects caused by the detachment of individual layers.