Radiant Floor Systems
The Quantum underfloor heating system is a low temperature system that ensures a high degree of comfort and allows considerable savings in operating costs.
Heat is dispersed across the entire floor surface and the temperature difference between the floor and the environment is modest and does not create air convection currents.
Modern heat regulation systems also adjust the performance based on actual needs and climatic variations, allowing higher levels of comfort, combined with lower operating costs. The underfloor heating system, whether used for homes or offices, for industrial buildings or sports facilities, always features high efficiency both in terms of comfort and energy savings.
Furthermore, in combination with dehumidifiers and fancoil units the same underfloor heating can be used as radiant cooling system during summer months. Also, underfloor hydronic system can be used as hybrid system in combination with other systems such as radiators, and fancoil systems to deliver the optimal solution for various projects.
Quantum Building is the first company in Kurdistan Region installed underfloor heating and cooling systems for projects.
Underfloor heating is the most luxurious form of heating as its radiant heat is evenly distributed throughout the room—wall to wall, floor to ceiling—right where you feel it the most.
Independent tests reveal that the most acceptable indoor climate is one in which the floor temperature ranges between 19-29°C and the air temperature at head level ranges between 20 and 24°C. With radiator or convector heating systems a vertical temperature gradient is produced; colder at foot level than at the head.
Underfloor heating has made it possible to reduce energy consumption by using low water temperatures. These systems based on the development of complex and very high quality plastic pipe, such as the multilayer pipe, now account for over 60% of some European heating markets.
Hard floor surfaces are warm to the touch and with no air being blown around it is totally silent. What’s more, the system is totally hidden from view and, unlike radiators or surface mounted splits and fancoils, takes up no wall space. This makes it ideal for large open plan homes or those with lots of glazing.
The heat from the underfloor system can be produced by air-to-water and geothermal heat pumps or by boilers fuelled by gas or diesel. This flexibility, coupled with economical running costs compared to other electric radiant systems. Recently, hydronic underfloor heating is becoming highly desired by project owners in Kurdistan, Quantum Building is proud to be the first company paid attention to this system and due to this point, we are having more experience than our competitors to provide the ideal radiant floor solution for your projects.