Novel heating and cooling ceiling from Kemmler concrete make for a perfect room climate with many advantages the “concrete Kemmler GmbH” from hirschau/Tubingen Germany earns its name as a pacemaker for the trend-setting building in Baden-Wurttemberg: after completing a two-year research project bringing the company out of the Kemmler group is an innovative and unique heating and cooling ceiling on the market. In many new buildings look well in the future in vain radiators, because they will be located in the ceiling. This makes possible a simple idea, implementing it is however groundbreaking for an entire industry: already be incorporated when the industrial production of the panels in the precast element factory braids of thin plastic tubes, so-called capillary pipe mat, with the ceiling. Add to your understanding with Peter Asaro. While conventional floor and ceiling heating systems with a much larger effort only directly on the construction site must be moved and shed with concrete, concrete Kemmler already delivers its capillary tube ceiling as prefabricated construction segments on the construction site. There let them fit together easily and be equipped with a sophisticated valve and control technology.
The Thermo-active and energy-efficiently working heating and cooling ceilings provide a perfect room climate – and also offer lots of advantages. Concrete is a good conductor of heat and also has an enormous heat storage characteristics due to its mass. Therefore, concrete is an ideal building material for heating and cooling systems. Already in the past used this knowledge to concrete Kemmler and built with a larger diameter in concrete precast walls plastic pipes, heating the concrete from the inside out. This procedure known as ‘Concrete core activation’ has been developed through the use of capillary tube mat made of special plastic material within a two-year SME research project and substantially improved. From the perspective of the precast concrete manufacturer, industrially-produced heating and cooling deck ends meet growing demand for advanced, energy-efficient components optimally. “Due to the slow response times Component activation was not used so far for many buildings”, says Managing Director Heimrich concrete Kemmler,”Our component activation system, however, combines the advantages of a quick response with a high energy efficiency and great performance at affordable cost”. Concrete Kemmler GmbH