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Convection heating for natural and silent warmth, for the house without central heating.

See more **Convection and ducted heating is the way to warm air in the house without wet heating system. **With this system it is possible to heat up to 80m².

**How to calculate heating requirements for a house?**

- Volume to heat in cubic meters

- The value of required thermal power per cubic meter.

*The last value can oscillate between 0.03 to 0.05 kW / m3. *

An example of calculation for an **air pelelt heater**:

Suppose you want to calculate the heat requirement for a house located not too high above sea level, with standard windows and average thermal insulation.

Floor's area is 80 square metres and the ceiling height is 2.8 m.

The calculation is as follows:

(*floor's area x ceilings height*) x thermal coefficient = kW

And here is the result:

**(80 square meters x 2.8 meters) x 0.04 kW= 8.96 kW.**

In this case the right choice for you could be a **Fagiolo 12**

Hydro air system for those who whishes to combine the two technologies of heat duffusion. The unit can be connected on any existing wet heating system.

See more **Hydronic and air heating, to combine the radiator or convector heating system and the forced convection heat. **The unit can be connected on any existing wet heating system.

**How to calculate heating requirements for a house?**

- Volume to heat in cubic meters;

- The value of required thermal power per cubic meter.

*The last value can oscillate between 0.03 to 0.05 kW / m3.*

An example of calculation for a hydro&air stove:

Suppose you want to calculate the heat requirement for a house located not too high above sea level, with standard windows and average thermal insulation.

Floor's area is 150 square metres and the ceiling height is 2.8 meters.

The calculation is as follows:

(*floor's area x ceilings height *) x thermal coefficient = kW

And here is the result:

**(150 square meters x 2.8 meters) x 0.04 kW= 16.80 kW.**

In this case the right choice for you could be a **F plus**

Hydronic heating for those who wish to install a boiler in the utility room or to opt for the innovation of boiler-hydro stove. Both are suitable for any wet heating system.

See more **Pellet boiler for domestic installation, can be put in the utility room or garage.**

**How to calculate heating requirements for a house?**

- Volume to heat in cubic meters;

- The value of required thermal power per cubic meter.

*The last value can oscillate between 0.03 to 0.05 kW / m3.*

An example of calculation for a **pellet boiler**:

Suppose you want to calculate the heat requirement for a house located not too high above sea level, with standard windows and average thermal insulation.

Floor's area is 250 square metres and the ceiling height is 2.8 meters.

The calculation is as follows:

(*floor's area x ceilings height *) x thermal coefficient = kW

And here is the result:

**(250 square meters x 2.8 meters) x 0.04 kW= 28.00 kW.**

In this case the right choice for you could be a **CTU L M/A1/A3 **

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