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The simplest and most economical solution is to install a thermostatic valve on the return flow of each strip. For a more comfortable and more precise control, use a thermostatic valve with a remote sensor. In the long- term the most economical and comfortable option is an automatic control valve with an actuator on the return flow, connected with a radiation sensor and a thermostat. This is the most expensive solution, but it is highly recommended for larger installations.
For longer strips, we recommend that you add a ball valve as a shut-off valve in the flow.
The minimum length of a panel is 2 m. Furthermore, you can create practically any length in meters.
3 m (1 x 3 m), 4 m (2 x 2 m), 5 m (2 + 3 m), 6 m (2 x 3 m), 7 m (1 x 3 m + 2 x 2 m), 8 m ( 4 x 2 m nebo 2 x 3 m + 2 m) etc.
The surfaces of a room equipped with KSP to go® radiant panels heat up approx. within 45 minutes. Because of the constructional design with light materials it is not necessary to heat up large masses and you avoid the known inertia behaviour of floor heating systems or concrete core. You will have a responsive heating system, which can be controlled in a demand-oriented manner.
Another positive aspect to be considered: when e.g. in storage halls or car garages the doors are opened, the warmed air volume will escape if there are no door air curtain systems. This is the case with all heating systems, but only when a ceiling heating system is used, you are able to notice the impact energy after closing the gates, which can be immediately felt as heat.