Healthy air as well a quickly a pleasant temperature in your home, no matter if it is a cold or a hot day? A Brink air heating system not only heats the home, but in many cases it can also ventilate and cool it. Several modules can be combined into a system that gives the whole house excellent air as wel as a pleasant temperature.
An air heating system sends heated or cooled air throughout the home; it is energy-efficient, responds quickly and offers great comfort. The desired room temperature is reached much quicker than with under-floor or radiator heating. Moreover, it can be combined with a central heating boiler or district heating and, in a properly insulated house, also with a heat pump or even a hybrid system.
why AIR HEATING?
The desired room temperature, cooler or warmer, is quickly reached and, thanks to the even air distribution, it feels very comfortable.
the air is diffused through barely visible air grilles in the floor or the wall.
air grilles offer more space and layout freedom than radiators.
just a whisper, without draught, without smells.
low-energy, so lower heating costs and low CO2
easy to use and little maintenance.
flexibly extended with accessories whereby it system also offers extra (top)cooling and hot tap water can provide or an optimal air distribution per room by CO2
can be combined with central heating boiler, district heating and in many cases also with a heat pump or hybrid* system.
“The highly responsive heating in winter, the cooling options in summer and the limited maintenance requirements make us real air heating fans!”
"Cooling and heating with outdoor air: healthy, smart for the wallet and just really nice"
Source: Brink Customer satisfaction survey
AIR HEATING DIRECT OR INDIRECT, WITH ANY ENERGY SOURCE
An air heater is the basis of every type of air heating. How the air heater receives its heat differs per type and can be direct, in the appliance, or indirect, from outisde the appliance. An air heating solution can be installed on gas or electricity - from the mains or solar energy - and in many cases also in combination with a central heating boiler, district heating or a heat pump.
Directly or indirectly fired In the case of a directly fired air heater, the heat is generated in the appliance itself, by a heating element on gas or electricity. With an indirectly fired air heater, the heat is generated in a device or system outside the air heater, for example a Brink HR central heating boiler or heat pump. Indirectly fired air heaters are compact so they are easily installed, also in smaller rooms.
Air heating and ventilation through the same ducts All air heating systems distribute the hot or cool (upto 16 °C) air through existing air ducts, from which it enters the various habitable rooms. Our air heaters are a perfect match for our ventilation solutions. There is no need for an additional duct system, because the, warm or cool, pure air is transported by the same ducts.
Zone control On installing the air heating, one or more, independently controllable zones can be created; for instance a division between living and sleeping zone.
IN ANY SITUATION
AIR HEATING IN NEW PROJECTS, RENOVATION OR EXTENSION
Air heating is preferably used in new-build homes, but it is also available for renovation or extension. From serial construction to luxury homes, its many options make air heating accessible to all.
If the home is already equipped with ducts for heat recovery ventilation, the same ducts can be used for air heating. Hardly any additional adjustments are then required to enjoy excellently heated or cooled air in your home.