- construction technology;
- heating method and how the building is used
- quick access to heat – appropriate heat sources;
- minimum thermal inertia – radiators are easily controlled;
- ability to use heat gains in thermal balance – control.
The lightweight REGULUS-system radiators can be installed directly on plasterboard walls, in any position, and without the need of special supports. Their small capacity and their small weight when filled with water are crucial to the low thermal inertia. The large heat transfer surface enables effective operation within a wide range of temperatures of the heating medium. The REGULUS-system radiators can also be mounted on feet affixed to the floor (e.g. low, narrow and long radiators). Also, corner radiators are available
This solution, unique in Europe, consists of radiators placed inside the wall, within a shallow recess and hidden behind aesthetic blinds. Together, the radiators create a group of products under one common name – REGULUS-system INSIDE. This solution is discrete, aesthetic and functional. These radiators can be installed inside nearly every wall. Knee walls are preferable; however, they can also be installed inside narrow partition walls which enable them to heat two rooms adjacent to each other, e.g. a bedroom and walk-in wardrobe. The blinds masking the radiator will then need to be installed on both sides of the wall. This solution can also be used in bathrooms, where the radiator can be installed underneath the bath inside its enclosure. Alternatively, it will be equally successful when installed in the kitchen adjoining the living room – the radiator can be installed within the kitchen island or in the walls of a drink bar unit. The blinds can be painted to match the colour scheme of the room, e.g. walls, tiles or furniture – any RAL paint colour can be selected.