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April 2014

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Storage heaters

Static and dynamic storage heaters

  With storage heating, the energy consumption (charging) and use of this stored energy (heating) don’t take place simultaneously – they happen at different times. This system is intended mainly for buildings where there is no sufficient distribution network capacity available and therefore a direct-heating system cannot be chosen. It is also for older buildings with unsuitable thermal insulating properties that cause them to cool down relatively quickly after the heating system has been switched off. The advantage of storage heaters is the possibility of avoiding the so-called high tariff period, while a disadvantage is the more difficult and less accurate regulation of the heating system.  
 

ECODYNAMIC dynamic storage heaters

The ECODYNAMIC dynamic storage heater (with a fan) is ideal as the main source of heating when the eight-hour storage tariff is in force. Quality two-layer insulation which prevents the heater from discharging its heat by itself, a storage core from magnesite bricks, controlled heat release with the help of a quiet radial fan, the option to control the heating via a programmable digital thermostat –all this makes this heater a good choice for buildings which use the storage tariff.

ECOSTATIC static storage heaters

The ECOSTATIC static storage heater (without a fan) is a simpler and cheaper alternative to dynamic heaters. The heater contains two thermostats – one can be used to limit the temperature of the storage core (charge limitation); the other one maintains the set room temperature with the use of flaps. ECOSTATIC heaters are suitable mainly for buildings with lower requirements on the exactness of regulation. The second alternative usage is the employment of these heaters as direct-heating convectors with storage capacity that heat from their storage cores in the period of the so-called high tariff.