Why should you choose heating based on our Carbon Film? It has the highest number of advantages of all currently available technologies and it is suitable for most of applications.
It has an energy efficiency of 99 %. Its operation requires no maintenance and the consumption-related costs are considerably lower than with currently used technologies (by approximately 20 %). It has high variability of use due to its small thickness and undemanding installation (no boilers, heaters or pipes). Thanks to full area heating, fast start and precise regulation, the system provides you with maximum comfort. The Carbon Film neither stir up dust nor dry up air. It can be used as a primary or secondary source of heat. It is ideal in combination with photovoltaic panels and household batteries.
We install exclusively the latest model available on the market: our LARX CARBON-FILM.COM heating system. Its service life exceeds 30 years and our company offers it with a 10-year guarantee. It has by far the best price/performance ratio and it meets the most demanding requirements.
Not so long ago underfloor heating systems were luxury and the customers had to cope with lots of compromises. The advanced LARX CARBON-FILM.COM heating system has made this type of heating effective, comfortable and affordable. You will no longer have cold feet caused by a cold floor. It can be used as the only source of heat as well as a secondary heating system in selected rooms.
The ceiling carbon films heat a ceiling board and change it into a full area heat source which evenly heats the room. The system does not have to heat the whole structure. It means that such heating is both effective and fast. Installation is easy and can be applied in so-called dry construction process which simplifies construction works. This heating system is suitable particularly for suspended ceilings made of plaster boards. Thermal insulation is fixed to the suspended ceiling and the heating film is applied directly under it, followed by a PE film and the ceiling board.
On the same principle as the Sun. We all know that warm air flows up. But radiant infra-red heat generated by the Carbon Film, unlike the convection one (a common radiator that heats up air), spreads in all directions and heats up objects in the room. First, it heats up people, then walls or furniture. Air is heated up from the warm objects. Radiant heating is more comfortable for people than the convection heating. And more cost-saving.
The solution based on the LARX CARBON-FILM.COM heating system is best chosen for renovations and especially for new well-insulated buildings, preferably as early as in the designing stage when it is possible to consider and meet all requirements. This is the way to guarantee your satisfaction in all regards.
The operation cost for our Carbon Film is lower, you do not need any gas or electric boiler or a heat pump. This eliminates facilities requiring regular maintenance. You must neither bear in mind revisions of the chimney nor worry about the plumbing. A great advantage is a much simpler installation and precise regulation.
At present, in a case of a normally sized, well-insulated family house (up to 250m2), a heat pump does not make sense over the Carbon Film. The factual drawbacks of a heat pump are: higher initial investment, almost comparable operational costs, higher system failure rate (compressor, mechanical elements), noise, requirements for a valuable space, lower service life, demands on the investor's own time, both during its installation and operation.
In general, it is absurd to install complex heating systems in today's well-insulated houses when heating can be realized much easily. Our LARX CARBON-FILM.COM heating system provides comfort by a radiant heating (warm floor). In modern houses with low heat losses its operating costs are very close to a heat pump. Simply put, a well-insulated family house is heated by normal operation, by thermal gains from electrical appliances (mostly kitchens), by warmth of a human body and, of course, by our Carbon Film for “warm feet”. You will be pleasantly surprised by its operational costs.
Sure it is! It is suitable for all types of new houses and for quality renovations as well. Often the low height profile of the system is very favourable.
In depends on the ability of the house to hold heat inside. It may be necessary to use the Carbon Film with higher power. We will be happy to analyse your house and prepare a project of the heating system.
Yes, our heating system can be installed under any flooring if it is certified for underfloor heating. Under all these covers it will work reliably and efficiently.
We do all installations professionally and according to the strictest standards to protect the heating system.
The Carbon Film does not reach temperatures that can damage the flooring. Its maximum temperature is also monitored by a thermostat with a floor sensor.
The heat is basically the same as the Sun’s heat. Compared to convection heating (radiators), less harmful microorganisms are present in the air, due to its lower temperature.
Carbon films are, in principle, a low temperature infrared radiator (about 20-50 °C). Radiation is a transmission of electromagnetic energy in a form of waves of different wavelengths. It is caused by excitation of particles. Carbon films do not visibly radiate. Infrared wavelengths, in which they radiate, are larger than visible light. The infrared wavelength is from 760 nanometres to 1000 microns. The Carbon Film wavelength is about 10 microns. However, this value is influenced by many factors, mostly depending on the flooring. According to Wien's shifting law, the higher is the temperature, the shorter is the maximum intensity wavelength.
Because it's cheaper – cheaper than most of other ways of heating. When considering critical parameters such as investment and operational costs, speed and method of installation, precise and simple regulation, no failures, no maintenance, no chimney and its revisions, no gas, no heat exchanger or other large equipment in your house – you will not find a comparable and equally good alternative for today's modern housing.