come è fatto un soffitto radiante


BLife® panels are made differently than “standard” ones. The piping is placed inside the insulation and it is wrapped by thermal-conductor foils that cover the panel surface. Using this technical solution, the plasterboard remains intact and gives greater strength to the BLife® panel structure.



In the simulation below, it is possible to see the comparison between the heat transmission inside the panel and therefore a different distribution of the surface temperature. Thanks to the FEM (Finite element method) simulation of operation in cooling of panels, it is possible to see how the distribution of temperature inside sections takes place.

heat distribution in blife

                  Standard panel in the market inhomogeneous heat distribution         BLife® panel homogeneous heat distribution

It is evident that in “standard” panels the heat distribution is concentric respect to the piping, whereas in BLife® panels the heat is spread evenly, guaranteeing homogeneous surface temperatures and avoiding the formation of moisture.




To determine the thermal performance of the BLife® radiant ceiling system, the tests were carried out in the HLK laboratories (Heizung, Luftung Klimatechnik) of the University of Stuttgart, concretely measuring the heat exchange between the radiant system and the environment in accordance with the procedures indicated in the EN 14037 and EN 14240 standards.

This mode ensures that the declared values correspond to the real system performance.




How a BLife® ceiling radiant system is made

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