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Fluid radiator?

Unread Messageby fc89 » 21/11/07, 18:59

Hi all,

I would change the radiator of the apartment of my daughter.
Currently she has a radiant heater with a painted grille front.
I do not find this type of radiator very efficient and especially not very comfortable. Sensation of warmth then of cold.
I plan to install a radiator with heat transfer fluid, which has a certain inertia.
Is it a good choice?

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Unread Messageby jessle » 22/11/07, 09:08

Personally I lived in an apartment that had inertial stone radiators and currently a home with fluid radiator.
There is no difference between the two systems apart from the weight if the walls are plaster plaster I advise you to take fluids lighter.
The comfort is significantly better over draft colder sensastion compared to the convector, the radiant panels giving just the feeling of cold. Constant temperature in the pieces.

Only disadvantage of radiators with inertia never allow them to cool because at the beginning it is necessary to heat the stone or the fluid and the tone counter goes mad. Do not vary the temperatures too much during the day our are at 19 to degrer throughout the winter season. For the bathroom a sufferer because a radiator has inertia but a crazy time to raise the temperature
Personally I put the radiator on the way that we still have temperatures of 19 in the house and in hour of night.

Attention the radiators are warm to the touch.
consumer issue you will not consume as well see less but with better comfort.



For the econote I know to heat with electricity bha but good I have no choice
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Unread Messageby jonule » 22/11/07, 09:48

But if, but so!
We can not say that we see!
Everyone to choose in our world today!

In any case for me there is no better than the large radiators cast iron, in terms of performance, hot water!
The inertia is really consistent ... attests the weight of these devices!

We can even pass pre-heated water through solar panel, thermal of course!
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Unread Messageby jessle » 22/11/07, 09:57

I agree, but for me to change is to change all the house. Economically speaking I inquired to have a solar water heater with radiator cost more than 20 000 euro for me this is a huge sum economically speaking ecologically c ' Is true that would be better.
But I reflected to change that.
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Unread Messageby jonule » 22/11/07, 12:43

Hello,
Me my instalaltion it was me who was going to make it and touch the 40% of tax credit! : Cheesy:

Without laughing is that with materials of recovery, clean and done as well as by me meme ;-)

Finally the time I put will be worth the 20.000 € !! : Shock:

http://www.nrjrealiste.fr/solaire/panneaux%20solaires.html
http://www.sebasol.ch/
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Unread Messageby fc89 » 22/11/07, 18:44

Hello,

Thanks to you, I will therefore take a radiator fluid since the walls are in placo.

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