Turn down the heat, put on your socks and pull the hood over your ears? In view of rising energy prices, this becomes plan A for many people on cold days. However, even small measures can provide relief in the piggy bank while keeping room temperatures pleasant. Poorly insulated walls commonly act as real “energy guzzlers”, and may be partly responsible for a lot of heating being required to warm the room.
Effective interior insulation with the Erfurt-KlimaTec system can provide a remedy. Its components, such as Thermovlies thermal nonwoven or climate panels, can be attached under the wallcovering on the room side and take on the task of reducing heat flow to the cold external walls. How? They form a separating layer between the wallpaper and the wall, which increases the wall surface temperature on the inside of the room. The thermal nonwoven can make a difference of up to 2 °C. The benefit: The time it takes to heat the room is reduced by up to 75%, which translates to energy savings of up to 22% for the heating-up phase.
And that's not all. In addition to interior insulation, money can also be saved by demand-based heating. For this purpose, Erfurt has launched its KlimaTec FH 300 PRO electric surface heating. It permits efficient control of the temperature in rooms that are not constantly in use, as might be the case with a home office, guest room or bathroom. While conventional radiators usually have a long, energy-intensive warm-up phase, surface heating - installed as a wafer-thin carbon nonwoven underneath the wall or ceiling surface - generates heat immediately and directly by way of infrared radiation. And since it operates in the low-voltage range, it requires neither major wall breaks nor complex installations. Hint: A combination of interior insulation and heating film optimizes the savings potential. Looking for a plan B for heating? Your local painting company can provide advice and install both Erfurt solutions.
Further information is also available below www.erfurt.com/klimatec.