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Regardless of heating season you will always feel warm!
Amount of received heat depends on the area of surface radiating heat. Therefore any modern heating radiator has that many different grooves, bends and lobes, which increase the heating area. Electronic floor can be compared to the floor-sized radiator.
New carbon-copper and polymer alloy films, integrated under floor surface, make floor in your apartment (bathroom, hall, nursery, terrace, balcony, etc.) a large radiator, heating of which uses electric power. Nothing else is needed but to maintain comfortable temperature (28-36 °C), but - if you want so, it can be higher! Your floor will always be warm and dry. Summer touch will be in your apartment longer than just a couple of months each year. Your baby, when he will start learning to crawl, will not need gloves, and his playground will be the whole room, rather than a carpet. Other family members, in turn, will be able to forget their fuzzy room slippers.
Nanotechnologies not only make wonders in science, but also can significantly save your family budget!

Modern production technologies reveal new properties of materials already used before. Carbon-copper and polymer alloy films, used in electronic floors, produce long waves in infrared spectrum, or long heat waves by getting warm.
Unlike traditional heating types, where only air is being heated, which in turn heats objects and living beings in the room, long heat waves are not only heating the air, but affect living beings also directly, giving sense of warmth and comfort and also reaching therapeutic effect. Compared to other electric heating types, over 50% savings are reached. And use of a good thermal regulator increases this economy even more. Although electronic floors in our climatic zone can be recommended as additional heating type, as a main type it still will not have many rivals (maybe only good heat pump with water circulation pipes under the floor).

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