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What is aerothermics?

Aerothermics is revolutionising the way in which we heat our homes. This system uses the thermal energy in the air to produce heating, cooling and/or DHW, which converts it into a highly efficient and sustainable option for the home.

Air-water aerothermics with monobloc devices differs due to their compact design and easy installation, as all of the system components are integrated into a single-unit exterior.

How does aerothermics work?

Aerothermics works by extracting the heat from the surrounding air through an external unit and then transfers this to the inside of the property through underfloor heating, fan coil units or low-temperature radiators.

This process is not only efficient, but it’s also environmentally friendly, as no greenhouse gases are emitted as a result of producing heat.

What’s more, aerothermics can also be used to produce domestic hot water using just electric energy, which means that it’s possible to get hot water without needing a traditional or electric boiler, thereby reducing energy consumption and the associated costs.

What advantages does aerothermics have?

  • High energy efficiency thanks to the use of external air as an energy source
  • High output with low electricity consumption
  • Considered a source of renewable energy.
  • No combustion produced.
  • Extremely durable.
  • Versatile- capable of heating and cooling
  • Can be adapted to different heating systems such as underfloor heating, fan coil units and low-temperature radiators.
  • Low maintenance.
  • Constantly evolving and developing technology.

In summary, aerothermics is a cutting-edge technology which offers a highly efficient, sustainable and low-maintenance solution for heating your home. If you are looking for an environmentally-friendly alternative to heat your home, aerothermics may just be the solution for you.

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