Central Heating

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Central gas heating is currently considered to have an essential role in the Egyptian market due to the low temperature in new developments.
In the past few years heating used to depend solely on conventional heaters or air conditioning heating, thus consuming a lot of electrical energy.
Central heating is considered the most efcient and convenient solution for your comfort and wellbeing. It is the most common solution in Europe and has been introduced in the Egyptian market in the recent years.

Central Heating Components :

Central Boilers

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Central boilers work by circulating hot water in a loop through radiators or a ground network of pipes that emit heat into the surrounding air,
thus creating comfortable warmth without drying the ambient air in your home.

How The Central Heating System Works:

This system works through three stages:
  • Water heating stage
  • Distrbution stage
  • Temperature regulation stage

Central Heating Benefits:

  • The room temperature is raised without drying the ambient air
  • Can be placed in walls through radiators or under the floors
  • A constant temperature in every area of your home so that your health remains safe
  • Durable and reliable

Central Heating Applications 

1- Underfloor Heating :

Underfloor heating warms your home through a system installed beneath your flooring. It distributes heat evenly through your home.

 

Benefits of Underfloor Heating:

  • Distributes heat evenly and consistently in each room
  • Versatile, can be installed below stone, tile and wood
  • Hygienic, having a warmer floor temperature is inhospitable to dust mites Central Heating Applications

Types of Underfloor Heating:

A) Hydronic Underfloor Heating:

Underfloor radiant systems distribute heat via hot water heated in a boiler. The hot water is pumped into pipes that are installed below the flooring and heats your home by radiating heat through the flooring materials. The water pipe are controlled through a manifold connected to the water pipes loops.

 

B) Electrical Underfloor Heating:

An electrical system uses electricity to warm your floors via heating mat fitted underneath your flooring. The mats incorporate electrical heating coils interconnected below your flooring. These mats are connected to a control panel that adjusts the temperature according to your needs.

 

2- Hydronic Radiators Heating

These systems include a central boiler that circulates hot water through pipes to radiator units positioned strategically around the house. The hot water releases its heat at the radiator, and the cooled water returns to the boiler for more heating. A manifold is connected to the piping system and provides the desired temperature for the heated rooms.
Boiler/radiator systems are fueled by natural gas. Heat is produced by hot water circulating through metal pipes to radiators shaped to facilitate the transfer of thermal energy.