Once installed, Energy Carbon fleece heating systems are completely invisible. This means that they have zero impact on the room’s furnishings and fittings, helping to increase floor space and create a larger living area. Integrated into the building structure when plastering the walls or ceiling, the product is simple to install and can be easily cut to fit around light fittings and so on.
Once installed, the carbon fleece heating system can be controlled remotely by your Smart phone or via a wall-mounted thermostat. Certain rooms or zones within a building can be turned on and off separately to optimise efficiency and create a more cost-effective method of heating. Once the room reaches the desired temperature, the heating system will automatically turn off to further reduce heating costs and electricity usage. The system can even be linked to occupancy sensors to quickly adjust the energy use when the room is not occupied.Get in touch
Energy Carbon fleece is a diffusion-open fleece. Its perforated and non-woven laminated design make it adhesion optimised for use under plaster finishes and fillers. When activated, it heats up rapidly and occupants feel the effect very quickly whilst the air temperature climbs from objects being heated in the room.
The far infra-red carbon fleece operates on a low voltage system via a purpose-designed transformer unit. This helps to ensure a low-cost heating source which can potentially halve annual heating costs when compared to other forms of direct electrical heating.
Due to its low voltage operation, carbon fleece heating is extremely safe. It has been rigorously tested to some of the most stringent industry standards to ensure that it will never overheat and cause a potential risk nor cause harm if damaged accidentally. Installation and usage are both extremely simple. Once installed, it can be manually controlled or work via a timer or thermostatic control system.
When combined with renewably generated electricity, far infra-red carbon fleece heating is extremely environmentally friendly. In the next decade, traditional methods of heating through burning fossil fuels will be gradually phased out. By 2030, it’s predicted that all UK homes will be powered by wind-generated electricity. With such progress being made in the drive towards a more sustainable future, carbon fleece heating looks set to become the most popular heating system for UK homes.
Are you interested in helping make Britain’s homes warmer, greener and more cost-effective places to be? Then speak to Energy Carbon today.Get in touch