New market study, "Underfloor Heating Market - Global Forecast to 2020", has been published

From: Fast Market Research, Inc.
Published: Wed Sep 09 2015

Underfloor Heating Market by Type (Hydronic Underfloor Heating Systems & Electric Underfloor Heating Systems), Facility (New Buildings, Existing Buildings), Application (Commercial, Industrial, Residential, and Others) and Geography - Global Forecast to 2020

In todays' modern dynamic world of technology, the underfloor heating system is one of the most preferred heating systems with numerous benefits, which are being used in a wide range of commercial, industrial, and residential buildings. This system has many advantages over radiator heating systems and has become a viable method of space heating with significant advances in heating technology.

The main reasons for the underfloor heating system being the ideal heating system in current environment are the increasing quality of new building techniques (insulation, controls, and many others) and the drive towards renewable energy technologies. The growing demand for renewable energy technologies has a significant impact on the future demand for underfloor heating systems. These energy and heating solutions are particularly compatible and can achieve significant carbon savings, helping to meet renewable energy targets.

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The underfloor heating systems are of two types which are hydronic UFH systems, and electric UFH systems. In hydronic radiant UFH system, heated water is propelled from a boiler through a link of tubing underneath the floor. Heat is conducted to the surface of the floor by the hot water, and from there, radiant energy is emitted to the room. The hydronic UFH system is suitable for most floor surfaces such as carpet, ceramic, engineered and solid wood, laminate, stone and vinyl. Since it uses water for heating, it can be linked to any heat source from a standard boiler to newer sustainable technologies such as solar thermal and heat pumps. An electric underfloor heating system uses electricity for its operation. This heating system operates via pads that are installed beneath the floor, which are plugged into an electricity source and heated that way. Electric UFH systems use non-corrosive, flexible heating elements and use fewer components than hydronic UFH systems and are simpler to install.

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