Energysaving Heating System

The key to CaloEnergia’s energy saving performance lies chiefly in the reduced volume of water that each radiator requires.

Plus: The thermal conductivity of the materials used in their manufacture means that CaloEnergia radiators heat up faster, more evenly, and far more efficiently than traditional products.

Thanks to this unique heat management technology, CaloEnergia radiators use only one twentieth of the water… resulting in an energy conservation of up to 50%.

In addition to reaching optimum operating temperature faster than standard radiators, heat is also distributed more evenly across the entire radiant surface.

The Energy-Saving Benefits At A Glance

For a radiator which has 600 x 1000 mm dimensions

CaloEnergia Radiator

Uses 0,175 litre of water (operating with 30 times less water)

Temperature loss of 1 celcius degree

No need to heat the water againg due to low temperature loss

Revolutionary, innovative and only 10 kg. of weight

Homogen heat emission over the entire heating surface

Classic Radiator

Uses 5-8 litres of water

Temperature loss of 9-12 celcius degree

More temperature loss requires heating water again

Conventional and heavy 20 kg – 35 kg. of weight

All these facts results with an energy saving of 50%

By enlarging the size of the radiator the energy use wil be the same but the heat capacity will be increased

Guaranteed for 10 years

No water in the heating surface, thus

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The amount of water needed for heating is reduced by 95%.

This results in virtually lossless caloenergia technology and an extremely fast heat transfer between and relatively slow cooling, which defines the concept of energy efficiency.