Poya radiators vs Underfloor heating
Combines the heating and skirting into one
Works with all renewable energy
Quick and easy installation of Poya radiators
against the troublesome installation of underfloor
heating that requires flooring and breakdown
Turning on and off the Poya radiator system
usually takes 20 to 30 minutes for the entire cold room to reach the ideal temperature, but in underfloor heating it usually takes between 8 to 9 hours.
Saving Water; The water flow in the Poya radiator system is far less than the water content in the underfloor heating system.
In case of any technical problem in the Poya radiator system, that problem can be solved as soon as possible without any damage, while if the slightest water leak occurs in the underfloor heating system, not only the consumer does not notice quickly, but only when it realizes that the entire floor of the room must be demolished to repair the leak
The Poya radiator also provides the Poya of the building at no extra cost
One of the major drawbacks of underfloor heating is that it reacts slowly to rising and falling temperatures. This problem usually occurs more at night, so that the consumer raises the temperature of the system at the beginning of the night due to the cold, and usually the response to this increase in temperature by this system is slow, after an hour when the room temperature rises. The consumer intends to reduce the temperature by lowering the temperature, which due to the long-term retention of heat by this system, the temperature does not decrease rapidly, and usually the consumer tends to open the windows, which means energy loss and low interest. The side of this system responds to the decrease or increase of temperature in the shortest possible time in front of the Poya radiator, which means the high efficiency of this system
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