Lower heating costs
THE RADIATOR WITH THE HIGHEST PERFORMANCE
The conventional standardised steel pipe radiators consist of pipes with a diameter of 25 mm, as if that were the technological limit of all manufacturers. Quom pipes, however, exceed this limit and start at a diameter of 30 mm, and then the side panels are pressed-in by the subsequent working.
LOWER WATER CONTENT
The special structure of the Quom pipe with a dia. of 30mm means that the water content is even lower than in a conventional pipe with a dia. of 25 mm.
LESS SPACE REQUIREMENT
The width of the pipes is reduced to 22 mm, the distance between the elements remains at its conventional value of 45 mm. Elements with a spacing of 40mm can also be built on request to provide even greater savings in space.
HEATING SURFACES + 20%
The Quom pipe has a 20% higher heating surface compared to all conventional pipes.
GREATER HEATING PERFORMANCE
A larger heating surface means more power. Technical samples have shown that QUOM has up to 15% higher heat output compared to conventional heaters of the same dimensions.
ACCELERATION OF HEAT TRANSITION
The characteristic shape of the pipe promotes the ascending movement of the warm air between the elements and thus results in high performance.
A lower water content, a higher heat exchange rate, less time to reach the operating condition of the system and a larger heating surface means higher power, resulting in energy savings.