We offer commercial solutions to suit any building.
SunRay's In-slab "off-peak" storage heating is suitable for one room or the whole home/building and can be used with just about any floor covering available such as carpet, timber, cork, tiles or stone, as well as polished concrete floors.
SunRay's 'super-thin' devimat© radiant floor heating system is only 2.5mm thin and is ideal when existing floor heights must be maintained. It can be installed almost anywhere - even on top of existing tiled floors!
SunRay's floor heating systems can be used anywhere in the house, regardless whether the floor is constructed with floor boards on joists or wood-laminates, floating timber floors or massive parquet on concrete.
Devicell™ DRY insulation plates, together with the Deviflex™ heating cables, provide the perfect solution for radiant floor heating under wooden floors with minimal fuss.
Radiant hydronic heating works by re-circulating hot water through piping in the concrete slab floor, or through radiator panels or convectors located in each room.
From offices to showrooms and schools to freezer floors, oil tanks and propagation soil warming, you can't imagine where SunRay's systems are used!
Thermostatically controlled, radiant heating 'from above' is direct acting, responding quickly to provide clean, even and quiet warmth to any room, similar to the way the sun provides warmth.
Using the radiant heating principle, heating cassettes concentrate their heat directly to people where it is needed the most, creating a gentle radiant heat for a healthy, warm environment.
An effective and efficient solution for difficult heating applications. They are suitable for heating premises with a high ceiling/large open areas such as halls, factories, churches, cafes, etc.
Tube heaters are also referred to as ‘dark heaters’ because they do not glow brightly like luminous heaters. Their heat is carried by electromagnetic waves from the tube heater to people and surfaces but is not seen or felt until it has made contact.
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