The most important information at a glance
What is skirting or baseboard heating?
Skirting heating from EcoKlima™ is THE logical answer to questions about alternative heating systems. It provides an energy-efficient, environmentally friendly heating system with healthy room climate at reduced energy costs.
Whether you are looking for heating for a large residential house, commercial property or public building, EcoKlima's energy-efficient heat exchanger systems and stylish casings can be installed quickly and easily, and heated from a wide range of energy sources.
The advantages at a glance
- Energy efficient & environmentally friendly
- Energy saving & heat saving
- Healthy & pleasant thanks to precise radiant and convected heat distribution
- Highly adaptable to differing circumstances
- Easy to operate
- Quick & easy to install, even in old buildings
- Space saving & aesthetically pleasing
Eco-Klima™ – The Skirting Heating for Special Situations!
How Eco-Klima™ skirting heating works
Applying the laws of physics, TMM's Eco-Klima™ skirting heating takes advantage of “the Coanda effect“, in which the tendency of a moving fluid - in this cased warmed air - is to attach itself to a surface and flow along it.
Hence, Eco-Klima™ is usually mounted inside rooms on the exterior walls where the warm air generated at skirting board level rises following the surface of the wall. This thin layer of warm air forms an insulating layer over the walls.
The walls in turn absorb heat and then homogeneously release heat radiation into the room. Comfort is felt within the room even at relatively low air temperature making the system extremely cost-effective.
TMM's Eco-Klima™ skirting heating is a heating system that reacts very quickly compared to most underfloor systems, heating rooms starting from the coldest point, providing maximum comfort at a lower than average temperature. Unlike radiator systems, it does not waste energy creating unnecessary hot spots directly above the radiators.
Nor does it induce powerful drafts that can make warmer temperatures feel relatively cool due to the latent heat principle.
Try it – you’ll like it!
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