The convector radiator is based on the natural flow of cold air and warm air. The warm air rises in the room, resulting in a slow but very pleasant flow of warm air through the room. It may be that the convector radiator and its way of emitting heat is a bit unpleasant because a stream of heat is created instead of the radiation that the convector uses to spread the heat. The heat from the steel structure is released to the air that is present in the room concerned. From that point the heat will spread. I big advantage of the convector is that the radiator heats the air evenly, so that the room slowly reaches the right temperature.
Floor- and Wall Heating
Wall heating is often used as a supplement to floor heating, but can also serve as main heating. Since the maximum surface temperature of this type of heating is higher than heating via floor wall heating can also heat up a room fairly quickly.
With air heating, both the ventilation system and the heating are processed in one system. This is very interesting for new homes and renovation projects that must comply with strict legislation regarding ventilation. By equipping the house with air heating, in addition to a ventilation system, you also have the option of adding an air conditioning system.
You feel infrared heating immediately just like the radiant heat from the sun. Radiant heat is stored by furniture, walls and floors, which also release this heat to the air. This way the room becomes comfortably warm and the heating can be controlled with a thermostat.