Design radiators? A nightmare and inetermible technology.
Surely you have encountered at some point in your life during the reconstruction of a house or apartment that designers, architects or assistants in specialized shops offered you design heating fixtures, in other words also design radiators. These facilities are usually characterized by an 'interesting look that will bring the interior to life.'
The look will soon get old
The truth is, however, that most of these bodies are tawy and rather than interesting, they are visually ugly and you will soon get tired of the interior. But we touched on the aesthetic aspects of the matter, let's explain how these unusual radiators 'save' energy and what their prospects are for the future.
How do (non)gentle radiators work?
Conventional radiators, as we know them, save about 20% of energy today. Today, however, other technologies are moving theworld , which we know are capable of saving up to50% of energy. The principle of a normal radiator is still the same, a small area that heats air at a lower temperature to air at a higher temperature. The problem is that the reduced temperature that goes into the radiator, as a rule, needs a large amount of electricity for the air at the desired temperature in the room to circulate. In order for this to happen, you need to use fans to do the job. However, the savings are then replaced by the work of fans, which in most cases these design heaters need to function.
Noise, dust and complex maintenance
The disadvantage is also the unwanted noise that fans produce and the swirl of dust, which is not especially appreciated by allergy sufferers. The noise of these heaters or radiators can become very unpleasant, especially if we have a radiator installed in the room where we sleep. It is known that when falling asleep we are very sensitive to any, even slightly noisy stimuli from the outside, and therefore we should rather avoid installing noisy devices in these places. Over time, the way these radiators are cleaned can also become inconvenient. Dust settles in the body, and cleaning it can become a nightmare of regular household maintenance.
What are the starting points and possibilities? There will come a time when none of us will want a radiator indoors. We already know several ways to avoid installing a radiator in the interior and thus avoid the complications that these devices bring. The design that gets tired, excessive dust swirling and inconvenient maintenance are reasons why we should consider our decisions several times during further reconstruction.