Radiant heating is one of the most effective methods to heat a home, business or commercial environment. Radiant heat helps create an optimal thermal environment in a highly energy efficient way by maintaining a gentle, even ambient heat that won’t result in any cold zones. This is achieved with the help of thermoelectric actuators.
Complete control is key to a comfortable thermal environment, which can be accomplished using actuators. Part of the heating system, an actuator is responsible for moving or controlling it using a control signal and source of energy. The actuator responds to the control signal by converting the energy into mechanical motion.
The actuator allows a control system to act upon an environment; when used in a heating system, it allows the user to control the thermal temperature in a room. The control system can be a fixed electronic system, software-based, or based on human input through the use of a thermostat.
Actuators by Comfort Heat
The OEM-Actuator 230V from Comfort Heat Australia is a thermoelectric actuator used to open and close the valves in heating, ventilation and air conditioning engineering. The integrated micro switch with a floating contact allows for direct operation of a pump or a fan control unit.
Comfort Heat has developed this actuator specifically for their customers. The OEM-Actuator 230V allows users to control the circuit distributors for individual room temperature control of concealed heating and cooling systems. The user can control their underfloor heating, radiators, convectors and similar units.
When integrated with the underfloor heating system, the user can easily control the heat in every room of the house, changing thermal temperatures to their preferences.
With direct control of heating systems in their hands, users can turn off heating to save energy or keep it on when they are out to retain the warmth in the house.
Get in touch with Comfort Heat in Sydney to gain more control over your thermal environment or visit the website to learn more about their electric heating systems and hydronic heating systems.