Almost Everyone, at Least Once in Life, While Touching a Heating Water Radiator, Have Experienced to Find it Colder, Meanwhile the Others in the Same Building Were Boiling Hot.
As is Known, the Calorific Efficiency of Traditional Heating Radiators is Closely Linked to the Circulation of the Water, the Distance From the Burner, Diameter of the Pipes, Air Pockets, Plumbing Errors, Etc.
UKT Has Found a Way to Integrate Both :
a Water Heating Coil and a Dedicated Micro Water Pump to Autonomously Provide Water Flow Within Its Vertical Hydronic Air Conditioner
During Heating Mode, the Vertical Hvac Shares Ventilation Blower, Thus Further Enhancing Heating Results
The Dedicated Water Micropump Optimizes the Speed of the Water Through the Heating Exchanger, Maximizing its Efficiency and the Exchange Surface, Possibly Eliminating Residual Air Pockets.
When the Integrated Micropump Operates It Provides as Much Hot Water as the Heat-Exchanger Needs to Maintain Performance.
Another Important feature is Achieved by Preventing Freezing in Cold Winters by Integrating Maintenance-Free Heating-Wires Which Automatically Start if the Internal of the HVAC Gets Dangerously Cold.
The Vertical-Hydronic HVAC Offers:
1) More Comfortable Heating Performance
2) Eliminates Indoor Radiators Improving Living Space,
3) Simplifies Water Distribution Balance Especially in Large Buildings With Hundreds of Rooms.
There are No Limitations at the Number of Vertical-Hydronic's Eventually Needed in a Building, That Until the Main Heating System is Able to Satisfy the Total Heat Required and Its Centralized Water Pump Big Enough to Provide a Water-Flow at Least 1.5 Times Bigger Than the Total Flow Needed to Feed All the Vertical's Together.
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