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Electric heating

Flexible Electric Heating solutions for indoor comfort and outdoor safety​

As the global supplier of electric indoor and outdoor heating solutions, we master advanced, heat-control technology that optimizes comfort, safety and energy savings.

6 good reasons to work with Danfoss & DEVI by Danfoss:​

Videos

Electric heating videos on YouTube

You can see all our videos about Electric Heating on a dedicated playlist on YouTube. Follow the link below.

Warranty

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How to register for an electric heating warranty

Save time with quality & most comprehensive warranty for electric heating installation covering not only product replacement or repair but also transportation, installation and surface / floor costs​

Support

Our technical support is at your service​

Our technical support will help you ​with:​

  • calculations for e.g. how many and which type of cables / mats are recommended in a project​.
  • how to install products – what to do and what to avoid​
  • consulting during installation process​
  • open questions or issues after installation

But first check our FAQs on specific product pages (link), check our video channel (link) and review calculation tools [link to Tools and App tab]. If you don‘t find the right answers Contact us /  contact us for technical support.​

80 yrs of experience 80 years and product innovation 

For 80 years our solutions for outdoor safety and indoor comfort have been improving people’s quality of living.

Products

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    Heating Mats

    The heating mats are used for installation in a thin layer of tile adhesive, self-leveling mixture, or similar. The standard minimum thickness of the floor layer is 5-8 mm while the thickness of electric heating mat is 3–4.5 mm. This minimizes the floor level increase. Electric heating mats consist of a thin cable securely fixed on self-adhesive glass-fiber mesh, usually of 50 cm width. Thin heating mats are manufactured as ready-made heating sections with a specific area (i.e. 0.5, 1, 1.5 … 12 m²) including a power supply cable (cold lead) and hermetically sealed connections.

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    Heating Cables

    Heating cables are used for a variety of applications, including indoor comfort floor heating and total heating both for small houses as well as large commercial buildings.
    Heating cables are mostly used in connection with new building or larger renovation projects.

     

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    Self-limiting Cables

    The self-limiting heating cables for indoors are used for maintenance of the hot water supply and other fluids that need to maintain a certain temperature. The self-limiting capability of the cable ensures that the output increases or decreases according to the surrounding temperature. It ensures hot water in all taps, providing savings compared to a circulatory hot water system.

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    Digital Thermostats

    Digital controllers have the unique features allowing you to reduce energy waste. Some thermostats are fitted with Wi-Fi allowing remote control of heating systems via mobile application.

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    Analogue Thermostats

    Analogue thermostats are electronic control units allowing setting the heating system type and adjustment of control parameters.​

Benefits of electric heating

Benefits of electric underfloor heating

A comfortable ambient temperature and quick response time are just a couple of the benefits electric heating offers. Learn more about these and other benefits of electric heating.

Applications

Tools and Apps

Case stories

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    Visitors to Hamburg’s Henriette-Herz-Ring who let their gaze drift upward will discover two shipping containers on the roof of the apartment building. They are the visible result of an innovative planning initiative to replace inefficient gas boilers with Danfoss flat stations. The highlight of this renovation: residents did not have to vacate their apartments.

Learning

Danfoss learning - online training free of charge

Visit our Learning Center

Danfoss offers online training materials for technicians and designers working with electric heating. There are 14 e-lessons available free and on-demand through Danfoss Learning portal. For more information, register in our support section by following the link or find the overview of available relevant trainings in the table below.

News

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Articles

DOs and DON’Ts for Indoor Electric Heating

DOs and DON’Ts for Indoor Electric Heating

Electric Heating is an energy-efficient and environmentally friendly floor heating solution. You can use it for either newly constructed or renovated homes.

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For further information, please contact us for technical support