Radiant Heat and Thermally Activated Room Surfaces

Learning from Nature and Heating and Cooling with Radiant Heat

From any thermally activated room surface, whether the ceiling, wall or floor, heat is exchanged via radiant heat into the room and onto the furniture and persons in the room. This form of energy transfer is not only highly energy efficient but also extremely pleasant for the occupants.

However, the technically possible cooling and heating capacities and thus their energy efficiency differ depending on the arrangement and construction of the thermally activated room surfaces.

Important applications of the BEKA components

Thermal activation of surfaces in buildings

The capillary tube mats, serpentine copper tubing and BEKA single pipe technology manufactured by BEKA enable ceilings, walls and floors to be easily thermally activated in different versions.

Additional applications