Innovative Graphene paint is here to replace radiators. A layer of G Therm paint, only 100 microns thick, can be applied to walls or ceilings to effectively heat a room.
How does it work?
Infrared surface heating system: The G Therm paint layer has a high heating efficiency when connected to alternating or constant voltage.
Are G Therm coatings effective?
The thermal power is determined by the surface area that radiates heat.
About 60 percent of G Therm heat is released in the form of infrared radiation energy. This allows warming up the room to a comfortable temperature level with very little energy consumption. Radiators are no longer needed, and gas central heating systems become redundant.
How is the connection to the heating coating carried out?
Simply apply an even layer of G Therm paint over thin copper self-adhesive strips, connect them with a cable to a low-voltage transformer, connect the power from the mains, and the heating system is ready.
Other G Therm uses
The G Therm heating system can be used to effectively eliminate dampness in the building structure, i.e. walls, ceilings, windows, corners, etc. It is also highly effective against mould and rust.
What is G Therm paint?
It is an acrylic water-based graphene paint, ready to be used. The paint is black or dark grey in appearance due to carbon content. It does not contain solvents or toxins. The paint dries in less than 24 hours and then can be plastered or painted over in any colour of choice.