The VAPORAD steam radiant panels are used to heat industrial or civil buildings that are particularly concerned with fire prevention.
This system is able to completely fulfil the requirements of a system that must run silently and not cause air movement, heating both large and small spaces.
The lack of air movement and the reduced heat stratification keeps operating costs particularly reasonable.
The steam panels create a greater heat output compared to panels heated with hot water and guarantee a larger amount of diffused heat per radiant surface
- High Energy Saving
- -40% compared to installations with hot air
- -95% electrical consumption
- No air movement (-100%)
- No noise (-100%)
- Ideal solution for environments at fire-risk
As the vector fluid is steam at 110°C, the VAPORAD panels allow to save about 30% of the total radiant surface to be installed in comparison to panels with hot water.
- Radiant panels
- Return condensation line
- Vacuum control device
- Steam delivery line
- Steam generator
The steam panels create a greater heat output compared to panels heated with hot water and guarantee a larger amount of diffused heat per radiant surface.
The system consists of a steam production boiler, delivery and return piping, radiant panels, and a vacuum control device that discharges the exceeding air from the circuit.
The water circuit is closed and vacuum sealed; this condition enables the natural circulation of steam inside the circuit itself, without using pumps as in water systems.
The steam transfers its heat to the radiant panels, reaching a superficial temperature of 105°C. Once released its thermal energy, the steam condenses and returns to the boiler.
The entire process takes place at a constant temperature along the circuit, as it takes advantage of the steam latent heat of condensation.