|Total heat flow||1277.6||W|
|Specific heat flow in the upward direction||79.85||W/m2|
|Specific heat flow in the downward direction||10.01||W/m2|
|Total specific heat flow||89.86||W/m2|
|Total heat flow per linear meter||13.48||W/m|
|Average liquid temperature||32.5||℃|
|Maximum floor temperature||26.92||℃|
|Minimum floor temperature||24.27||℃|
Average floor temperature
The floor temperature is comfortable.
|It is necessary to divide the room into 2 loops by||63.33||meters|
|Thermal load on each loop||786.32||W|
|Fluid flow in each loop||0.027||kg/s|
The fluid velocity is normal.
Linear pressure losses in the loop
Linear pressure losses are normal.
|Total volume of liquid||13.19||liters|
The online water underfloor heating calculator is designed to calculate the main thermal and hydraulic parameters of the system, calculate the diameter and length of the pipe. The calculator provides an opportunity to calculate the underfloor heating, implemented in a "wet" way with the arrangement of a monolithic floor made of cement-sand mortar or concrete, as well as with the implementation of a "dry" method, using heat-distributing plates. The device of the TP system by the "dry" method is preferable for wooden floors and ceilings.
Heat flows directed from bottom to top are the most preferable and comfortable for human perception. That is why room heating with warm floors is becoming the most popular solution compared to wall-mounted heat sources. The heating elements of such a system do not take up additional space, unlike wall radiators.
Properly designed and implemented underfloor heating systems are a modern and comfortable source of space heating. The use of modern and high-quality materials, as well as correct calculations, allows you to create an efficient and reliable heating system with a service life of at least 50 years.
The underfloor heating system can act as the only source of room heating only in regions with a warm climate and using energy-efficient materials. In case of insufficient heat flow, the use of additional heat sources is mandatory.
The calculations obtained will be especially useful for those who plan to implement a underfloor heating system with their own hands in a private house.