Improved living comfort with new panel heating

Component activation now possible in brick-built houses too

Panel and cooling systems are a sensible alternative to conventional heating systems. With the new “Unitherm” panel heating system, the clay brick manufacturer Ziegelwerke Leipfinger-Bader is now offering a dedicated system for component activation especially for brick-built houses. This uses the thermal storage capacity of walls, floors and ceilings. Panel heating works according to the heat radiation principle and ensures a cosy indoor climate. On account of the larger transfer area compared to a normal radiator, strong heating of the heating circuit water is no longer necessary. In this way, up to 40% energy can be saved. The clay brick heating system is certified in accordance with DIN EN 1264 and eligible for KfW subsidies. In addition, the new system impresses with its low installation costs. Unitherm is therefore suitable for new builds and the renovation of older houses.

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