Latest posts about radiators
Re-sizing radiators in the system
Heating, cooling and ventilation in school buildings
Successful refurbishment with low temperature solution
A successful case study from Germany shows how households can dramatically reduce their energy costs in one fell swoop with the help of the expertise of Purmo!
Radiators for the home office
If you work from home, it's important to consider the temperature of the room and ensure that it's conducive to concentration and creative thinking. Purmo offers a wide range of radiator models that guarantee thermal comfort in your home office.
Hygiene radiators at the New Children's Hospital
Purmo heating and cooling pipes include composite pipes and pipe connections as well as flow and temperature controls. For example, there are more than 500 Purmo Delta hygiene radiators and more than 100,000 metres of Floortec underfloor heating pipes in the building's thermal floor.
Sizing oil-filled electrical radiators
There are several things that affect how you design oil-filled electric radiators. Like the climate zone and year of construction. Read about radiator sizing!
Visible piping in office radiators
When you need visible piping, there are a couple of elegant options available. Elegant piping behind radiators in series is used mainly in schools and offices where multiple radiators are installed one after the other, and installation is quick and easy.
Hospital hygiene and comfort at Karolinska University Hospital
The new Karolinska University Hospital in Solna has been developed with a focus on patient integrity, safety and comfort. That is why they chose Purmo Hygiene radiators – 5,000 of them. Once again, Purmo Hygiene proves to be a valuable part of a very worthy project.
What’s the difference between a radiator and a convector?
Generally speaking, the word ‘radiator’ comes from the phenomenon of radiant heat, where the proportion of radiant heat is over 50%. The rest consists of convective heat.